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Using Isolation

Making someone feel isolated while in an intimate relationship is a type of domestic violence. And it’s not okay. If your partner: 

·      Controls what you do, who you see, who you talk to

·      Limits your interactions outside of your relationship

·      Uses jealousy to justify their actions

·      Stops you from seeing family and friends

·      Stops you from going about your own business

Speak out. We can help.

 

Domestic Violence Trait #4

Using Isolation

Making someone feel isolated while in an intimate relationship is a type of domestic violence. And it’s not okay.

If your partner: 

  • Controls what you do, who you see, who you talk to
  • Limits your interactions outside of your relationship
  • Uses jealousy to justify their actions
  • Stops you from seeing family and friends
  • Stops you from going about your own business

Speak out. We can help.

24/7 Domestic Violence Line
1800 65 64 63

 

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