abusive behaviour

DO YOU THINK:

Your behaviour is damaging your relationship?

Your partner is afraid of you?

Your behaviour needs changing?

Your children are afraid of you?

It’s time to do something positive to change your behaviour

HAVE YOU USED ANY OF THE FOLLOWING EXAMPLES OF ABUSIVE, CONTROLLING AND VIOLENT BEHAVIOUR?

Intimidated your partner with your presence

Controlled your partner’s social contact (with family or friends)

Checked up on your partner (phones/emails/social network sites)

Stopped your partner going out

Belittled/degraded/ humiliated your partner

Thrown things

Kicked your partner (or other objects)

Punched / Hit your partner

Held your partner down

Bitten your partner

Pushed/shoved your partner

Shaken your partner

Used or threatened to use a weapon

Put your hands around your partner’s throat

Punched walls/slammed doors

Denied and minimised your violence and blamed your partner for your behaviour

Controlled access to finances

Threatened to harm/kill/hurt/take children away/hurt children or family members

Used your children or child access to punish your partner/ abused her/him in front of the
children

Forced sex or specific sex acts / hurt during sex

Inappropriate or unwanted sexual demands

Sulked if you don’t get sex

Made all of the major financial decisions

IF YOU HAVE ANSWERED YES TO ANY OF THE ABOVE BEHAVIOURS  –
IT IS LIKELY THAT YOU ARE BEING ABUSIVE.

NOW IS THE TIME TO STOP AND MAKE DIFFERENT CHOICES.

HOW MUCH WORSE DOES IT HAVE TO GET BEFORE YOU DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT?

YOU CAN LEARN TO MAKE DIFFERENT CHOICES AND CHANGE YOUR BEHAVIOUR.

Contact us for details of our domestic violence intervention programme in the London Borough of Hillingdon area

Call:    07564 016066