Below are some examples of things that are classed as violence. You should take it seriously if you:
- are threatened
- need to be careful what you say
- are pressured into doing things against your will
- get your property destroyed
- get your texts and similar communication checked
- are talked/forced into intercourse against your will
- are being monitored or even followed
- do not have control of your own money
- are often asked where you have been and with whom
- are pushed, pulled, dragged, hit, pinned, and similar
- are kept inside and are rarely allowed to leave
We support and guide women exposed to violence
The examples mentioned above are some of many. As mentioned earlier, there are many kinds of violence, and you should not put up with any of them.
The violence might also be directed at any children you have, in the form of threats, punishments, physical violence, and more.
If you recognise some of these types of violence from your own life or you think you are subject to violence, the best thing you can do is talk to someone and possibly get in touch with us.
We are always here to provide support, consultation and guidance, and we do our best to help and support women exposed to violence, so they can escape the situation.