The most important thing to remember is that you are not alone! Whether or not you are ready to leave and bad relationship, you need emotional support. It is human nature when going through difficult times to feel isolated and without help. There are many resources available to a person looking to leave a bad relationship. Which resource to choose may vary depending on the individual’s location on the spectrum of abuse.
Categories for Healthy Relationships/Safe Babies
How do you know if you are in a healthy relationship? How do we know if this relationship is good for us and the other person? Here is a list of signs to examine to help you determine the health of your relationship.
Dr Kasper talks with Debbie Courson about red flags or signs of a unhealthy relationship. How do you know if you are in an unhealthy relationship? Sometime the red flags can be subtle while other times they are obvious. Follow the link for a list of red flags to look out for to help you gauge if you are in a toxic relationship or not.
Dr Kasper continues her talk with Debbie Courson about sexual and reproductive coercion and how it fits within a spectrum of sexual abuse. Dr Kasper mentions that within the teenage demographic, the discussion is opening up more because of practices like Sexting.