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17-Jul-2017 06:06

One time he punched me so hard he gave me a black eye only because he thought I knew another a guy. Because of the abusive relationship, I didn’t have a good high school experience.” Coming from a family where intimate partner violence was prevalent, Tanisha continued to live in the vicious abusive cycle, and she eventually married her abuser.

According to a survey by the CDC, 23% of females and 14% of males who experienced abuse by an intimate partner, first experienced it between the ages of 11 and 17 years.Additionally, she writes about her experience in order to help others who have been traumatized by violent and abusive relationships. Does your partner isolate you from your family and friends? Does your partner make you feel as if everything is your fault? Does your partner physically, verbally, sexually, emotionally, mentally and/or financially abuse you? Upon reflecting on her experience, she put together 10 essential questions for youth to ask themselves to determine if they are in a healthy relationship. For example, a partner or parent may threaten their victim repeatedly with harm that will come to them or someone they love.

As long as the belief that the action could be carried out exists, psychological damage is still done.Tanisha explained her fear of being in the abusive relationship, “He knew my every move, who I was with, where I was going, and who my friends were. According to the CDC, teens who are in abusive relationships are more susceptible to depression and anxiety, unhealthy risk-taking behaviors (e.g., drug and alcohol use), self-harm and suicidal ideation. You matter, your life matters, living a happy healthy life matters. We need to teach our children about abuse and abusive people early.