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- TEEN: your partner demands you run things by them before doing them
- TEEN: your partner threatens you
- TEEN: your partner checks your phone or email, or demands to know your password to such things
- TEEN: your partner makes you feel guilty to get their way
- TEEN: your partner has been physically aggressive or violent with you
- TEEN: your partner pressures you into doing things you aren’t comfortable with
- TEEN: your partner blames you for everything that goes wrong
- TEEN: your partner calls you names and puts you down
- TEEN: your partner wants to be with you all the time and expresses frustration if you want to spend time away from them
- TEEN: your partner displays anger frequently and in a way that scares you
- TEEN: your partner incessantly calls or texts you
- TEEN: your partner needs to know where you are at all times
- PARENT: teen has lost interest in activities they once enjoyed
- PARENT: teen has become more critical of themselves
- PARENT: teen becomes increasingly secretive and unwilling to share things with you
- PARENT: teen changes their appearance in a way that seems out of character
- PARENT: teen no longer shows interest in friends
- PARENT: teen’s grades drop
- PARENT: teen experiences increased depression and anxiety
- PARENT: teen displays unexplained injuries, bruises, etc.
- PARENT: teen apologizes for partner’s behavior, or minimizes it, when you question them about it
- PARENT: teen’s partner exhibits unhealthy jealousy
- PARENT: teen is constantly in communication with their partner
- PARENT: teen becomes isolated and distant from you and their friends
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