If you feel bad or unsafe, trust your instinct (it is probably right) and listen to your instinct (take steps to protect yourself).
The National Domestic Violence Hotline is 1-800-799-7233. Anyone can call anytime.
The website also has many resources, for friends and family, LGBT, immigration, abusers, etc.
Warning signs of an unhealthy relationship in several different languages:
Resources regarding abusers can be found at this list.
A few good places to start if you want to learn to identify an abusive relationship:
On this page check out:
For emotional abuse: (this site also has lots of other great resources, but blog posts may contain triggers)
Inclusive w/ specific resources for immigrant, same sex and PWD:
Awesome resource for non-hetero or non-cis people/relationships:
breaking down the myth of mutual abuse: http://www.vawnet.org/Assoc_Files_VAWnet/ThoughtsonMutualAbuse.pdf
this site also has a ton of great resources such as feminism 101 and a primer on rape culture.
To help someone else:
Online Safety/ Protecting your information
Understanding why people stay:
Potentially very triggering (also very inclusive queer/trans/kinky friendly) resource on why people stay in abusive relationships, also one of the best I’ve seen so far:http://pervocracy.blogspot.com/2011/07/why-does-she-stay-with-that-jerk.html