Domestic Abuse: Spotting the Red Flags and What You Can Do to Help

One of the most insidious things about domestic abuse is that people often don’t know it when they see it. The signs of an abusive relationship are often more subtle than an unexplained black eye, and you need to know what they are if you suspect that someone you know is being abused at home. 

Knowing the Signs of Abuse

 Even though we said that the signs of an abusive relationship are more subtle than a black eye, you should still be on the lookout for unexplained injuries. Not every injury that you see on a person can be attributed to an abusive partner, but it is often a sign that something is wrong. They may give inconsistent explanations for their injuries or be afraid to talk about them. They may also have issues with drug and alcohol abuse as a means of coping with their home life.

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