Dating violence stories 2016

11-May-2019 06:41

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He was always moody, but after a while it made me feel really uncomfortable.I was afraid I would get pregnant and told him that I wanted to wait.He slapped me and said never to say anything like that again.I didn't even know her very well, but I started to cry. I said that nothing was wrong, but she just waited for me to stop crying and didn't ask me any questions. That's when she said words that I remembered ever since: "You don't deserve to be treated like that." I knew she was right, but I just couldn't see it before she said those words out loud.It took me about two weeks before I had the courage to go back to talk to her again, this time after school when no one else was around.

He was always moody, but after a while it made me feel really uncomfortable.

I was afraid I would get pregnant and told him that I wanted to wait.

He slapped me and said never to say anything like that again.

I didn't even know her very well, but I started to cry. I said that nothing was wrong, but she just waited for me to stop crying and didn't ask me any questions. That's when she said words that I remembered ever since: "You don't deserve to be treated like that." I knew she was right, but I just couldn't see it before she said those words out loud.

It took me about two weeks before I had the courage to go back to talk to her again, this time after school when no one else was around.

He was possessive and jealous and would make fun of anyone who was my friend.