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Unhealthy or abusive relationship signs

An abusive relationship doesn’t always mean there is physical violence. Abuse can take place in various forms and is rarely a one-off occurrence.

Threats and Intimidation are key elements in an unhealthy or abusive relationship and are powerful ways to control you and make you feel powerless and afraid.

This can include verbal abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse or social abuse, etc.

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If you suspect but are not sure that a friend or family member may be in an unhealthy or abusive relationship

Remember: You are never to blame for the behaviour of others.

While responsibility for ending abusive behaviour is your perpetrator’s and theirs alone, there are several steps you can take to protect yourself and your safety:

Contact our Helpline.
Reach out to people you know and trust.
Talk to your GP or the Gardaí about what’s going on.
Keep documentation of incidents – ensure that this is kept safe.

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