Patterns of dating abuse
Emotional abuse often begins subtly and increases in severity over time.Batterers use emotional abuse gain power and control over their victims.Schedule I drugs are available for research only and have no approved medical use; Schedule II drugs are available only by prescription (unrefillable) and require a form for ordering.
Nerve cells, called neurons, send messages to each other by releasing special chemicals called neurotransmitters.
Neurotransmitters are able to work by attaching to key sites on neurons called receptors.
If your partner displays a combination of these behaviors, he/she may be a batterer and abuser: Emotional abuse can escalate into physical violence under certain circumstances.
Here are some risk factors associated with an increased severity in abuse: If you recognize any of these patterns or warning signs, you are not alone.
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