My best answer for that is you can always tell someone if i were you i would go to the school counsiler and have him or her help you There are many options, but obviously the young lady is hestitant or afraid to be forthcoming to those around her. The website Teenline Online is staffed by trained teens to support and other teens in finding solutions for their individual problems. All information is kept confidential, http://www.teenlineonline.org
If a friend were in your situation, what would you advise?
you should help her.
Talk to your friend. He may have had a really bad day. If it continues, you may have to no longer be friends.
I can assure you that anyone who steals from you is not your friend. You should not associate with such people.
The husband should talk to the friend. If he doesn't - the husband needs to go too because he's just as abusive if he's allowing it.
encourage her to tell her parents. Go with her to give her more confidence. The boyfriend should also be there to face the situation.
get a pregnancy test.
I'm 16yrs.old and I was never pregnant but my mom had an abusive husband and I went and stayed with my boyfriend so if you feel like you can make it living with him you should try it if not forever but at least for a little bit. If you feel like staying there with your mom and her husband is stressing you out then leave because you could hurt your baby and no pregnant person should stress
She should put it up for adoption
I promised my friend I would not tell anyone.
No, and you should be very glad of that.
Both the parents are alcholics and should be treated soon. And this should be reported to the police at once , so the torture of these children should stop at once. And the pregnant girl should be given good medical care.
Hi, I understand your concern for your friend. Unfortunately, until she is ready to leave, there is not much that you can do. Women in abusive relationships often return to their abuser more than once after they have left. Pray for your friend. Offer to take her to counseling. Offer to take her to a domestic violence shelter. She is going to need a good friend to be there...she's lucky to have you.
Anyone who reaches out for help and is willing to receive that help whom is in an abusive relationship should get that help, and there are resources both online and in the community to access the right kind of assistance.
No one should steal from anyone else. A REAL friend would never betray your trust and friendship by stealing from you.
if shes dating anyone, she should keep the condom!
If a spouse forbids his/her spouse from having contact with anyone, it is most likely because he/she is insecure. "Forbidding" is controlling behavior, and borderline abusive. If you are in this marriage, you should seek help. If you are a friend/relative of the controlled party, you should encourage him/her to get counselling.
This is a number close by in Sarasota you can call its for the Florida Coalition against domestic SARASOTA SPARCC (813) 365-1976. If you give them a call they should be ablt to give you a welath of information on what to do and who/if anyone else to contact.
If he's your best friend then he should support you so just tell him straight out
Um no of coarse not my friend jumped off when she was pregnant and... The baby died :(
Yes. Normally you should tell a close friend.
Immediately. Reach out to a close friend or relative for help, and leave as soon as you can.
Because that's what friends are meant to be, if it's an abusive relationship, there wouldn't be a point of having that friend. You should ALWAYS have trust, loyalty etc., for that friend, it helps a lot and serves well.
No...it should make them lethargic...they were abusive before the drugs.
because why would you want to be with someone who is abusive towards you