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Family violence is any form of abuse or neglect that or adult experiences from a family member. Family violence can also come from someone who they have an intimate relationship with. Hurting and controlling someone who trusts and depends on them is an abuse of power. Abuse has many warning s. If you see these warning s in your relationship, or with others, it is time to get help. Abuse can start or get worse in pregnancy. Having a safety plan is very important.

You need to protect yourself and the safety of any children involved. Making a safety plan means deciding what you will do if you are experiencing abuse, whether you choose to remain at home or leave. Domestic violence affects children in many ways. Children who live in an abusive home, and who witness abuse, may not grow in a healthy way. Home should be a safe place for your children. Children need to feel safe at home to grown into healthy and caring adults. It is never too late to get help. Everyone deserves to be loved, valued, and to feel safe in their relationships.

Not all relationships are healthy. It is important to know what a healthy relationship means. If you are experiencing abuse, protect yourself and the safety of any children involved. Make a safety plan. Talk to someone you trust. If you know someone who is experiencing abuse, you can get them help. There are many hour services in Durham Region. Find more Helpline s and Shelters in Durham. There is a free program to help mothers who have experienced violence. The program can help you with parenting, stress and building a healthy relationship with your child. The Catholic Family Services of Durham runs this program.

To about the program, visit Mothers in Mind. Be careful what you write and search on your computer. An abuser can look at your computer activity. Never share your passwords and always log out of your s. Be careful not to post any personal information or your location on social media. Use a computer at work, a friend's house or at the library. If you need to use your own computer, you can clear your browser and search history when you are done.

Family Services Durham offers a Partner Assault Response PAR Program, which provides counselling to adults involved with the justice system due to domestic abuse against a current or former partner. Participants attend 12 two-hour group meetings. Separate groups are offered for male and female participants. Group sessions are held weekly. Daytime and evening groups are available. PAR staff will attempt to register you for the group most convenient for you. The program is offered at Rossland Road East in Whitby. For more information about the PAR Program, call ext. Close Alert Banner.

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Domestic Violence. Facebook LinkedIn Twitter . Family violence can affect anyone. It happens in all types of relationships and families. Remember it is not your fault. You are not alone, and there is help. Types of abuse Abuse can happen to anyone. Abuse is never okay. No one ever deserves abuse. Physical abuse causes harm or death. This can be when someone: Hits, slaps, pushes or kicks you. Strangles or chokes you. Stabs, cuts, shoots or burns you.

Emotional abuse is using words or actions to control or frighten someone. This can be when someone: Makes threats. Puts you down or calls you names. Prevents you from seeing family or friends. Sexual abuse is forced sexual activity. This can be when someone: Touches you in a sexual way against your will.

Continues sexual activity when you ask them to stop. Forces you to have unsafe sexual activity. Sexual abuse can happen in intimate partner relationships, such as engagements and marriages. Your partner cannot force you to have sex. Financial abuse is the control or misuse of money or property. This can be: Taking your money without your permission. Not letting you go to work. Forcing you to sell things or change your will. Neglect is not providing basic needs or care to a dependent family member.

This can be: Not letting you go to the doctor. Not giving you food, clothing or medication. Abandoning you. Abuse warning s Abuse has many warning s. Warning s of an abuser Always putting the other person down. Talks for the other person. Keep the person away from others. Acts as if they own the other person. Warning s someone is being abused They apologize often for the other person's behaviour. They are nervous talking when the other person is there. They seem sad, lonely and afraid. They use more drugs or drink alcohol to cope. They seem to be sick more often and miss work.

Have a safety plan Having a safety plan is very important. Make a plan and talk to someone you trust. . Warning s of an abuser. Always putting the other person down. They apologize often for the other person's behaviour. Children living with abuse may: Keep secrets or keep to themselves. Harm themselves. Bully others. Have low self-esteem. Have stomach aches or headaches. Have trouble sleeping. Under- or over-eat. Blame themselves. A healthy relationship means that you: Trust one another.

Are able to be yourself. Feel safe. Respect each other's opinions, family and friends. Support each other's goals, interests and values. An unhealthy relationship means: Someone is trying to have power and control over the other. There is abuse. Fear is used to control how the other person talks, acts and thinks.

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