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    Posted: Jul 07 2013 at 8:22am
I think there was a info thread on domestic violence already. If anyone/mods can find it, please make it a sticky or bump it. 

We use this chart in the mental health field when dealing with female victims of domestic violence (another chart is used for male victims). 

Please everyone recognize and do not ignore the red flags and warning signs. 










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this would be a great thread to put in ttt
maybe we can combine all the other threads on it 
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I think that wheel is right on the mark.Thumbs Up
 
The sad part is the number of women reading this post that recognize this as their current situation but are willing to accept it rather than leave  and the number of men reading this post that think this is normal behaviour ... and would not know how to act any differently toward a woman.
 
Sick.
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Thank you, Purp! I made that thread and repeatedly requested it be stickied and so did other members, but it was ignored every time.

I'm gonna request this thread to be stickied. This is vital information.
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GOOD! THEY STICKIED IT! THANK YOU!
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Originally posted by Printer_Ink Printer_Ink wrote:

I think that wheel is right on the mark.Thumbs Up
 
The sad part is the number of women reading this post that recognize this as their current situation but are willing to accept it rather than leave  and the number of men reading this post that think this is normal behaviour ... and would not know how to act any differently toward a woman.
 
Sick.

Most people know it is not normal behaviour, many people can recognize it in others but people can't objectively look at themselves and their partner.  Many people will look at someone that stays in an abusive relationship and say "it couldn't be me" but when they themselves are in one they are too caught up with trying to fix it, correct it then it's too late because of dependency

it is all about self esteem.   
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WHY THE HELL IT TOOK THEM SO LONG TO MAKE IT A STICKY!!
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And yaaay finally..
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Great thread.
 
 
I was in an abusive relationship for years. I was 18 and moved to FL with him. Not to minimize the abuse at all but one thing that kept me from asking for help was fear of judgment. Everyone who talked to me about it came at me with that "it could never be me/how could you be so stupid" vibe that truthfully made me even more dependent on him and more isolated. It was like, maybe I do deserve it bc I really am stupid. That's just to say that as women we should be careful how we come across when we're trying to help each other out. After I left I went to a women's shelter since I had nowhere else to go, and a lot of women said the same thing. When I know someone is facing DV, I let them know that the violence isn't their fault, that they deserve better and that they can control their fate from hereon.
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