10 warning signs of dating violence
The abuser will question the victim about who the victim talks to, accuse the victim of flirting, or become jealous of time spent with others.The abuser may call the victim frequently during the day, drop by unexpectedly, refuse to let the victim work, check the car mileage, or ask friends to watch the victim.
2.) Quick involvement – Watch for relationships that seem to crop up out of nowhere.Many of the domestic violence survivors that walk through the doors of Haven House visit with us about how it all began.Saying they wish they knew in their dating years what they know now.Call and speak to one of our advocates today at 1-800-440-4633. If you are in Midcoast Maine in Sagadahoc, Lincoln, Knox and Waldo counties, New Hope for Women is here to help by calling our toll-free number at 1-800-522-3304, visiting our ‘Contact’ page, or stopping by any of our Midcoast offices.