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The Red Flags of Domestic Violence

Red Flags of Domestic Violence

Randy King discusses the boundary red flags of domestic violence

Randy King talks about something very important—domestic violence. He wants people to know about the red flags of domestic violence. Red flags are like warning signs that something might be wrong in a relationship. Randy says it's important to be aware of these signs so we can help ourselves and our friends.

A red flag Randy talks about is when someone tries to control everything you do. This could be telling you what to wear, who to talk to, or where to go. Another red flag is when someone gets really angry all the time, especially over small things. Randy says this might be a sign of something bigger going on.

Watch the Interview with Randy King on Understanding Domestic Violence

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He also mentions that if someone is verbally abusive - putting you down or making you feel bad about yourself - it's not okay. These are just a few examples of red flags, and Randy wants us to pay attention to them so we can stay safe and help others who might be going through a tough time.

Randy King wants to spread awareness, which means making sure people know about domestic violence and how to stop it. He says it's not just about helping the person being hurt but also about teaching everyone how to have healthy relationships.

By talking about the red flags and being aware of them, Randy hopes we can create a world where everyone feels safe and treated with kindness. If we see these warning signs, it's important to speak up and get help, because no one deserves to be in a harmful situation.

Helpful Links

Randy King Live:

Partnership Against Domestic Violence:

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 or text START to 88788

The Red Flags of Domestic Violence

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