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Abuse affects everyone, no matter your age, gender, background or race. The only way to break the cycle of abuse is to speak out and get help. Sounds easy, right? Not always, Choma.
Have you ever scrolled through couples’ pics on your Insta feed and felt a bit envious of their picture-perfect relationship?
Cyber bullying is when someone sends you hurtful messages or harasses you online via social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp and more.
Getting out of an abusive relationship can be really hard. But at the end of the day, it could save your life.
Controlling behaviour can creep in and change how you feel about your relationship, and even yourself. So, to recognise the signs earlier, here are a few ways your partner might be controlling you.
Sexual abuse in a relationship is a reality and it is something that many people struggle to come forward about - either because they are afraid and ashamed or because they don’t realise how wrong it is.
Do you ever feel like you’re not being heard in your relationship? Like your thoughts and feelings aren’t being considered? Are you being treated as an equal?
Chomas, let me ask you a question: how much of your personal life do you share online?
You might have a good idea of what an unhealthy relationship looks like but what does it look like when the relationship is good and healthy? Here are a few signs.
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