Note: this is a growing field, with more resources being created all the time. This list is neither comprehensive, nor particularly in depth in various directions. I am simply attempting to provide a good starting point on various topics. As always suggestions are welcome. Continue reading
This resource is to dispel the myth that victims become abusers, and provide resources for people who are afraid that they may one day become abusive because of they are victims of abuse. For more resources if believe you may be being abused check out this post. If you are worried that you might be an abuser or were an abuser in the past, check out this list.
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:
Being fat doesn’t mean being unhealthy, and fat shaming is definitely unhealthy. Non-academic articles on this subject abound, but everyone has opinions, right? That’s why I’ve compiled a handy list of academic research on obesity for folks who want to discuss this topic. Continue reading