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-Warning Signs of an Abuser

-In the Mind of the Abuser

-Patterns of Emotional Abuse

-Patterns of Physical Abuse

-Patterns of Sexual Abuse

-Social Supports for Abuse

-A Comparison of the Cycles of
Violence

-The Cycle of Domestic Violence

-Domestic Violence And Pregnancy

-How Survivors Cope

-Co-Dependent or Abused

-The Separation Cycle

-Words Are Powerful

-Is He Really Going To Change This
Time?

-Safety
While the majority of survivors
are women, men can also be
victims. For the sake of
simplicity, we refer to the
victim/survivor as “she” and the
perpetrator/abuser as “he”
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victims. For the sake of
simplicity, we refer to the
victim/survivor as “she” and the
perpetrator/abuser as “he”
.
Safety

We believe that each survivor knows what decisions are the safest for them. We know that
each survivor’s situation is different and follow their lead on what they need to do to keep
themselves and their children safe from an abuser. Sometimes a survivor may feel the safest
thing they can do is stay with an abuser.  At other times, a survivor may have a step-by-step
plan to flee that they are ready to put into action.  No matter where someone is in this
process, talking and safety planning with an advocate may be to your benefit.  An advocate
can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through our crisis line at: (503) 399-7722 or
call toll free in Oregon 1 (866) 399-7722.

Often a safety plan consist of thinking about worse case scenarios and thinking about
beforehand what you would do in those situations.