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- What is domestic violence / abuse?
- What if it's happening at home, to a parent or family member?
- What if it's happening to a friend?
- What if I am being hurt by my boyfriend or girlfriend?
- Where can I get more information?
- How can I browse the internet safely?
If you are visiting this website, you might be unsure about things happening in your home.
Your parents or members of your family might not be getting on as well as they used to.
You might be wondering if something is wrong, and you might be feeling worried, sad, or angry over things going on around you. You may even be feeling responsible for things going on around you.
This website will give you more information about what domestic abuse is, where you can get more information, and who you can talk to.
Remember - if someone is abusing you, it is never right, and there are people you can turn to.
If English is not your first language the Women's Aid website has a range of information in different languages.