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BULLYING
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
CHILD ABUSE
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Helping someone you care about who is in an abusive relationship can be complicated. Sometimes the best way to help is to be supportive and allow your loved one to feel safe and empowered to step forward on their own. The tips below can help you if you suspect domestic violence:

Empathize

Understand the difficulty of their situation and provide support where you can. If your loved one continues in an abusive relationship, understand that there are many reasons for doing so.

Empower

When possible, give your loved one the resources and confidence to reach out for help.

Engage

If your loved one remains in an abusive relationship, help them create a safety plan. If they leave, be sure to actively keep them in their support system.