Everything You Need to Know About Breaking the Cycle of by Charlotte Kinstlinger-Bruhn

By Charlotte Kinstlinger-Bruhn

Discusses family abuse, its indications, and fit methods of facing it.

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It is important that you remember it's not your fault! As a victim of domestic violence, you do not have to suffer in silence. Reach out to an adult you trust for help. In some cases your situation may be too dangerous for you to seek help. In this case, your first priority is to get yourself out of the situation immediately. Building a new life takes time. Many states have support groups for teenagers who are being < previous page page_48 next page > < previous page page_49 next page > Page 49 abused.

If the attack is serious, the police can make an arrest. They can also take you to a shelter (although most shelters will not take teenagers without a guardian), or to the home of a trusted adult. They will help you receive medical treatment and provide you with helpful information on your legal rights. If you receive medical help, ask the doctor or nurse to take pictures of your injuries. These photographs can be used later as evidence if you decide you want court protection. Save torn clothing, and broken or damaged objectsanything that can be used to show evidence of abuse.

This is your personal security alarm. If a situation feels wrong, get out! No matter what the other person says to you, always trust your instinct. Only you can know what feels wrong, and only you can do something to change it. If You Are Being Attacked If you cannot get yourself out of an abusive situation, there are things you can do to protect yourself from injury. If you sense an oncoming attack, try to be near a door to the outside or a door you can lock from the inside. Do not stand near an open window.

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