Struggling in a relationship?

Struggle no more.

Choose life and live.

  • If you are a tween, teen or young adult I speak to you.
  • Let us clarify the age group 12 to 18 years and those of you who are in my opinion 19-21 and still at home.
  • No person whom you may be calling your "boyfriend or girlfriend" has dominion over you. Which means ruling power, authority, or control over you.
  • If you are uncomfortable, scared, and feeling you are being made to withdraw from family and friends, you are being abused.
  • I suggest you bring your thoughts of this relationship to an adult's attention.
  • One who can explain this type of abuse to you and assist you in making clear choices of how to get out of this type of relationship.

Take your life back because you are the master of your choices.

Helpful Info and Links

National Domestic Violence Hotline:

(800) 799-SAFE (7233)
1 (800) 787-3224 TTY for deaf.
(512) 458-8117 Admin. Office
(512) 458-8541 FAX

Dating Abuse Stops Here (DASH)

Address: PO Box 710541
City: Herndon
State: VA
Zip Code: 20171
Country: USA

Daytime Phone: 703-481-0458

www.datingabusestopshere.com

Day One

Helpline: (800)214-4150

Expect Respect

24hr Hotline 1-866-202-5573

Womansplace
Administrative Offices
410 Ninth Avenue
McKeesport, PA 15132

(412) 664-7146 tel
(412) 664-1884 fax

www.womansplace.org/

For The Love of Christi

2306 Hancock Dr
Austin, Tx, 78756

Office: (512) 467-2600
Fax: (512) 467-2405

www.fortheloveofchristi.org

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender, Domestic Violence

www.rainbowdomesticviolence.itgo.com

Lifeworks

Main Helpline: (512)735-2400

Love is Respect

National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline: (866)331-9474

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)

Office: (254) 690-6233

www.madd.org

Safe Place

24-Hour Hotline: (512)267-7233

Teen Dating Violence

www.datehookup.com

United Way of Connecticut 2-1-1

www.211ct.org