How Toxic Is My Relationship?

Often when we are in a relationship, there are certain things that don't make us feel good but we stay in the relationship. Those little things could be the beginning of a cycle of violence. Take this test and find out what kind of relationship you are in.

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When you go out to a party, he suggests you wear different kinds of clothing, saying something like: “You look great but the other skirt looks better on you”?
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When you argue with him, he:
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When your family or friends invite you to a place where he is not invited, how does he react?
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If you give your opinion in a conversation, does he interrupt you, ignore you or even ridicule you? For example: "You don't know anything about these matters"
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Do you get scared when he gets angry?
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Is he one person with your family and friends and another with you?
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Have you wanted to get out of the relationship because of his macho attitudes?
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Does he check your cell phone to see who you are talking to or what you’re going to post to your social media profiles?
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Has he forced you to have sex with him?
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Regarding your money:
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You are at imminent risk
Violence is a threat that can put your life at risk. Many times it manifests itself in behaviors that we can ignore or minimize. At this point in your relationship, you need urgent assistance. We encourage you to read articles in The Voice of Guanacaste in which you will find experiences of other girls who have gone through and are going through the same thing. Seek help and remember that if you are in an emergency situation, you should call 9-1-1 immediately.
Warning
They may seem like very little things, but you are facing signs of violence. Having your partner tell you how you should act or dress is a form of violence. And it can get worse and worse. In institutions like Inamu, they can give you advice. We also encourage you to read articles in The Voice of Guanacaste in which you will find experiences of other girls who have gone through and are going through the same thing. Come on, you can do it! You are in time for a change.
We don't detect any problem in your relationship
A relationship based on respect and trust is what women deserve. You have the right to be a free woman and to live without fear. If you know the case of any other girl who is in a toxic relationship and needs help, remember that in an emergency situation, you can call 9-1-1 or contact other resources such as OIJ, INAMU or the Office of Women in the municipal offices of the province.
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