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Mallory is pregnant with Brett’s baby and wants to find a way to make their relationship work. He says he loves Mallory but sometimes, he can’t stand her. Phil inspire him to change his behavior for the sake of his unborn child?
“It is time for you to man up.” A Mother’s Heartbreak Debbie’s 20-year-old daughter, Heather, was murdered by her abusive boyfriend.
Dating abuse may not seem common among youths, but one in three young adults will experience some form of it. Today our youths are facing several forms of dating abuse: physical, verbal, emotional, sexual, digital, and financial.
The type of abuse we are most accustomed to seeing is physical, which is any use of physical force with the intent to cause fear or injury, such as hitting, shoving, biting, strangling, kicking, or using a weapon.
One hundred percent of the money raised goes directly to domestic violence shelters and programs across the country that provide support and a safe haven for women and children in harm’s way. Phil’s guest, Audrey, was tragically attacked and set on fire in November of 2009.
We use pop culture, social media, and education programs to give teenagers the information they need to learn what dating abuse is and how to see the warning signs. We define it as “a pattern of abusive behaviors used to exert power and control over a dating partner.” In 2012, the United States Census found that there were more than 41 million teens, making up 14 percent of the population.
The mother of two says she was never physically abused by her husband … She wants women to recognize the warning signs before it’s too late.
Audrey’s insurance doesn’t cover all the surgeries she will need and medical expenses she will incur.
A Victim’s Reality Mallory, 19, says her boyfriend, Brett, 19, is abusive.
Even though she says he threatens her life, pushes her around and once locked her in a closet, she doesn’t want to break up. Brett admits he has anger issues but says Mallory sets him off.