How to know if you are being abused (repost)

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How to know if you are being abused (repost)

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This is a link to a post made by a friend of my on trevorspace. Personally I have used this and I have also found it very helpful
https://www.trevorspace.org/forums/topi ... ~-tw-abse/


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Re: How to know if you are being abused (repost)

Unread post by Sam W »

Hi Storm,

It looks like people cannot view the post unless they have an account. If you'd like the share the information that was helpful for you, maybe copy-pasting it would work better? Too, if you (or anyone else) ever needs resources on spotting red flags in a relationship, these articles are really helpful: Does Your Relationship Need a Checkup?, Potholes & Dead Ends: Relationship Roadblocks to Look Out For
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