Are You in an Abusive Relationship?
What teen guys must know about abusive dating relationships.
If You're the Target
If someone is abusing you, it’s time to get help, come up with a plan to keep yourself safe (since an abuser may become more violent at this time), and get out, Gomez says.
If you’re facing an immediate threat to your safety, you can call 911. If you see warning signs that you’re being abused in a relationship in general, talk to an adult you trust, or, Miller says, try one of these web sites:
Or call the National Teen Dating Abuse Hotline: 866-331-9474.