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Stop Violence Against Women

Domestic violence is a serious problem, and it’s not just an adult problem. Teens experience abuse in their relationships, too. In fact, teens and young adults are often the most at risk for domestic violence. It affects many people in many ways and it can happen anywhere and to anyone.

Being abused is a very confusing and misunderstood feeling that teenagers may have to deal with in their lifetime. Unfortunately, teenagers of domestic abuse are more likely to be victims of domestic abuse in their adult life and may end up in an intimate relationship with an abuser.

The following quizzes ( graciously provided by The Safe Space )are very simple and easy to understand to help you gain a better knowledge on your relationship and hopefully recognize your situation before it is too late.

Just click on the quiz you would like to take:

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This site is not intended to replace the need for counselling. The information provided is intended to inform the viewer, giving information to help you be informed to make the best decision possible for you and your family. Please, always seek professional help and legal advice if you find yourself in an abusive situation.