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Am I in an abusive home?

Domestic abuse is when someone bullies, hurts or threatens the person they are with. They might be going out with them, living with them or married.

They might:
• Hit, kick, punch or push the other person
• Hurt them emotionally by making them feel bad about themselves, or stopping them doing things they want to do
• Hurt them financially by taking money away from them or not letting them work
• Hurt them sexually by touching them against their will

Adults might sometimes try to hide what’s going on, but if you are experiencing domestic abuse, you probably see and hear what’s happening. Maybe you see your mum crying, or injured. Or you may be caught up in a fight, or hurt if the abuser turns on you.

Domestic abuse can make you feel lots of things – scared, upset, angry, confused, depressed or guilty that you can’t stop it. Whatever you feel, it helps to talk to someone about what’s happening in your life.

How to contact Edinburgh Women’s Aid

To talk to a friendly person who knows what you’re going through and can give you advice, call Edinburgh Women’s Aid on 0131 315 8116 or email us on info@edinwomensaid.co.uk

@EdinWomensAid

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@MalcolmChishol1: Final chance this weekend to contribute to @EdinWomensAid team Kiltwalk fundraising to support children affected by domestic abuse. See other tweet in thread for example of this support and see link below for donation details. And massive thanks to all who've already contributed. https://t.co/NyaGx8Lsyv
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@scotwomensaid: If the #BBCEastenders #Chantelle storyline looks familiar to you - if you know what it’s like to be scared of your partner or ex - we are here for you. Scotland’s Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline is available 24/7 on 0800 027 1234. https://t.co/2ry9s0ViMc
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@BBCWomansHour: The domestic abuse storyline on @bbceastenders comes to a tragic end tonight with the death of Chantelle. We discuss how it reflects reality with the Head of Continuing Drama Kate Oates, and Sarah Davidge from @womensaid: https://t.co/M3c5Uz1l03 https://t.co/egxY2Acpx9
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