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And even if you don't get the legal system involved, journaling will help you reflect on what happened and heal so you can keep moving forward.3.
Make a safety plan.: Try to think through situations where you might be in danger and what you would do to get safety.
Recent research shows that young male athletes may notice abusive behaviors less over the course of a sports season, and feel less inclined to speak up when they see abusive behaviors, Miller says.
If you ever have to go to court, your journal will help.She says she would wake up with the memory of the abuse he inflicted on her fresh on her mind. He was living with the memory of the ideal us, how much he loved me.He didn’t have the realization of him being this monster to me.But it’s not hard to avoid bad behavior, whether you’re dating, hooking up, or hanging out (and whether you consider yourself straight, gay, or any other category).By recognizing abusive behavior, you can stay out of trouble, protect the people around you, and set yourself up to do well in the dating world later in life.