Abuse Information

Death, Human Trafficking, Sexual, Violence, Emotional, Verbal and Financial

Abuse is a destructive behavior that breaks down self, families, and relationships. Abuse is any form of behavior that controls another person causing physical harm or fear. Making someone do things they do not want to do or prevents them from doing things they want to do. Abuse can be emotional, verbal, physical, sexual or financial. Abused individuals usually experience multiple forms of abuse.

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Abuse is a destructive behavior that breaks down self, families, and relationships. Abuse is any form of behavior that controls another person causing physical harm or fear. Making someone do things they do not want to do or prevents them from doing things they want to do. Abuse can be emotional, verbal, physical, sexual or financial. Abused individuals usually experience multiple forms of abuse.

ABUSE BREEDS: Insecurity, hopelessness, homelessness, addiction, anger, unwanted pregnancies, fear, lack of identity, confusion, loneliness and more.

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A Biblical Exhortation To Make a Safety Plan
A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences. –Proverbs 22:3