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We’ve had to stay home so much in 2020 and that may not be the safest option for domestic abuse survivors. Outside factors that add stress and financial strain can create circumstances where a victim’s safety is compromised even more.

Domestic violence or abuse is not the same as an occasional argument between partners. It’s a pattern of abuse used by one person to control another. Warning signs that may indicate someone you care about is in an abusive relationship include unexplained injuries, depression or anxiety; worry that they could make their partner angry; making excuses for their partner’s behavior.

If you are concerned that someone you love might be in an abusive relationship the following approach is recommended: Express your concerns gently and in a nonjudgmental way. Encourage your loved one to create a safety plan, encourage reaching out to people who can provide help and guidance

(National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). Remember that you cannot rescue” anyone from domestic abuse. Continue to be supportive, no matter what your loved one decides to do. Access to safety shelters may be limited due to COVID19. Ask your loved one to consider staying with family or friends.

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