As a dating coach, my job is to hold up a mirror so you can see for yourself what’s working and what’s not.Once you see evidence that men have repeatedly mistreated you, you’ll have all the impetus you need to make a big change in your life.The best thing to do is to talk to your partner and let them know what you like and don't like. Remember, communication is always important when building a healthy relationship.
If you scored 5 points or more, you are definitely seeing warning signs and may be in an abusive relationship. Chat with us to learn about your different options.
Remember the most important thing is your safety -- consider making a safety plan.
~ Jack Nicklaus You know how you sometimes (perhaps frequently) have that experience of something bumping up against you repeatedly and you feel the nudge to listen.
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I believe it so unbelievably important that a guy keeps his word.
For many of us, Thanksgiving kicks off a season of celebration which doesn’t really seem to stop until sometime in January.
If you scored 3 or 4 points, it sounds like you may be seeing some warning signs of an abusive relationship. Something that starts small can grow much worse over time. But in a healthy relationship, you won't find abusive behaviors.
If you think your relationship may not be as healthy as you deserve, chat with a advocate to get more information.
Everyone deserves to be in a safe and healthy relationship. Answer yes or no to the following questions to find out.
Make sure to check the boxes to record your responses. It sounds like your relationship is on a pretty healthy track, it's possible that a friend of yours does not.
I can assure you: that change doesn’t involve giving up on men and love forever.