Abusive Relationships

We all know that abusive relationships are bad and that if you’re in one, you need to get out, but sometimes its not that easy. According to a teen health website, 1 in 11 high school students admit that they have been in an abusive relationship. In the beginning, it may seem like a one-time thing or an accident so you stay, but it can lead into a big problem.

Abusive relationships don’t always include some one getting beaten up or bullied. Some come from jealousy and control problems and others are mental abuse. If your boyfriend or girlfriend constantly tells you that your stupid or making fun of you, you are in an abusive relationship. Also, if your significant other is always questioning you and where you’re going, who you’re with, or accusing you of cheating even though you weren’t, you could also be in an abusive relationship.

Admitting that there’s a problem in your relationship is the first step. From there you need to decide what you want to do about it. Do you talk about it or just leave? If you’re being beaten, the best thing to do is leave. It may be hard or scary, but your well being is the most important thing. With the whole Rihanna Chris Brown issue, more and more teens are realizing that abusive relationships are bad and you need to get out of them before it’s too late.




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