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This is Nadya's story of teen domestic violence: My story starts from the day I was born really. One day a girl I had just met invited me to her 21st in a local pub.My mom didn't know how to love me, I never fit in anywhere, was always in trouble. I didn't think my mum would let me go, but she saw how excited I was, I promised not to drink, and I'd be home on the last bus. I met my friend at her house, she suggested I try on a top of hers to make me look older, it was quite a sexy top, she did my make-up and I looked much older.I lost my virginity to him at a young age even though he was 2 years older.However after about a year he became possessive, he wouldn't let me go out without him, he was constantly by my side, and always wanted to know who I was with and what I was doing even at school.I used to tell my mom I was staying in a friend's house but I was with him. She told me to pack my things into a black sack and be gone by the morning. It wasn't long before he moved in and the name calling started. I stepped inside the door, and told him, I wanted to break it off.He punched me straight in the face, threw me down a set of wooden stairs into the basement.

I started to look forward to bumping into him and eventually we started dating.He had a tiny bedsit, he was a drug dealer, I thought he was popular, and that everyone loved him.He was so charming and some other girls were into him, I thought I was the luckiest girl in the world because he chose me. I stored my stuff in my job and slept on friends sofa's until a week later I got a bedsit. I called to his mothers where he sometimes stayed to get a break from me, she was away and he was alone.by Bri & Nicole, loveisrespect advocates Here at loveisrespect, we often talk with people who are experiencing abuse in their relationship, and they want to determine why their partner is being abusive towards them.Sometimes this search for “why” leads them to believing that their partner is abusive because they experienced child abuse or went through some other form of trauma in their past.

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