Abusive behavior when dating
Produce plays in your Drama Program that address dating violence or domestic violence.Make a commitment to support non-violence in your words, actions and relationships.The abuse can happen over time and may continue to get worse.
Both include hitting, yelling, threatening, name calling and other forms of verbal, sexual, emotional and physical abuse.
Part of ending the violence is breaking the silence about the abuse. Talk with someone who can help, such as your parents, a teacher, a counselor, a parent of one of your friends, a coach, your employer or an advocate at Mountain Crisis Services or Valley Crisis Center.
Things to do when ending an abusive relationship Keep a dated record of the abuse.
Have you been held down, shoved, pushed, hit, kicked, or had things thrown at you by your partner?
’ Does your partner make your choose between him/her or family and friends?