Have you ever wanted to help a friend in an abusive relationship but didn’t know how? Have you ever tried to help someone and they didn’t end their relationship? Were you disappointed? Did you wonder why you even bothered? Helping a person in an abusive relationship is frustrating sometimes. Be patient. Maybe they will come around and maybe they won’t. But by trying to help you show your friend that you support them and can be trusted. Remember it is difficult and scary to leave an unhealthy relationship. Take this quiz to find out how ready and willing you are to help.
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