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Warning Signs of Domestic Abuse
The warning signs may be different in every case, but there are some general behaviors common to many abusive relationships:
- Partner acts very controlling and puts victim down in front of people.
- Partner is extremely jealous of others who pay attention to the victim, especially other men.
- Partner is prone to sudden, dramatic mood changes.
- Victim becomes quiet and is afraid to anger partner. (You may hear her on the phone, repeatedly explaining where she has been, whom she has seen, what she was wearing - as if under interrogation. You may hear her tense, crying, apologizing, and defending herself.)
- Isolation - the victim stops seeing friends and family members.
- Victim cancels plans at the last minute.
- Partner controls the victim's finances, behavior, and even with whom she socializes.
- Partner violently loses his temper, striking or breaking objects.
- Victim has unexplained injuries, or the explanations offered do not quite add up. (Sometimes batterers target their blows to areas that can be covered by clothing.)
- Victim is often late, misses work, or has lower work productivity and quality.
- Partner is constantly checking up on the victim's whereabouts (calling, texting).
- Wherever the victim goes, the partner happens to show up. (This is not a coincidence!)
- Partner does not interact well or seems ill at ease with family and friends, especially when anyone asks him questions.
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