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This allows you to ask for a Protection Order so that when your abuser is served with papers, he/she can also be served with an order to stay away from you until your court hearing.
You can also call a domestic violence program to ask for an advocate to help you with your legal options.
They won’t force you to stay with them, or punish you for needing to figure things out.
•You are a beautiful, brave, smart and amazing person!
•He inspires you to be a better person and to trust yourself to chase after your dreams……..
•Your boyfriend hits you or hurts you physically in any way. •He forces you, or pressures you to have sex with him or to do things you don’t want to do. •You can’t talk to him about how you are feeling of what you are thinking. •You don’t have feelings for him anymore, or your feelings have changed.
• You love and trust him, and he feels the same way about you……..
OR BECAUSE you are afraid that if you break up with him he will start dating someone else just to make you jealous.
See a list of domestic violence programs under Resources, or call 800-934-9840 to find the program closest to you.
Here are some safety tips that may be helpful, but each situation is unique. Please call a domestic violence hotline or the National Teen Abuse Helpline 866-331-9474/866-331-8453 TTY, to develop a personalized safety plan based on the details of the abuse, and all the aspects of your life.