Just because you’re not battered and bruised doesn’t mean you’re not being abused.
Many men and women suffer from emotional abuse, which is no less destructive.
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Be sure someone you trust is available for you to call if your plans change or you need help.
Whether you plan to go with a date, with friends, or on your own, the point is to have a good time.When people think of domestic abuse, they often picture battered women who have been physically assaulted.But not all abusive relationships involve violence.You may think that physical abuse is far worse than emotional abuse, since physical violence can send you to the hospital and leave you with scars.But, the scars of emotional abuse are very real, and they run deep.Unfortunately, emotional abuse is often minimized or overlooked—even by the person being abused.