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“Why don’t you just leave?”

“Why do you put up with it?”

“Why do you keep going back?”

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Emotional abuse is a type of domestic violence that often flies under the radar, but it should always be taken seriously as a form of abuse. When emotional abuse is present in a relationship, a partner will criticize, threaten or isolate their partner as a way to manipulate and control them. Emotional abuse can be degrading, humiliating and terrifying, often leaving long-lasting scars on one’s spirit and self-esteem.

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While you and your partner might be having fun getting to know each other, it’s important to watch for certain behaviors when dating someone new. In the beginning of a relationship, it’s not always easy to tell if your partner might become abusive.

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When reaching out to StrongHearts Native Helpline, the first thing someone can expect is to speak with a Native American advocate. StrongHearts is the first national helpline specifically designed by and for Native Americans experiencing domestic violence or dating violence.

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What is the census?
The U. S. Constitution requires that the federal government count every person living in the U.S. The U.S. Census has been conducted every 10 years since 1790.

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The American Indian Institute, University of Oklahoma Outreach, presents: The Red Road: Journey to Health and Wellness for Future Generations @ Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa, San Diego, California Important: Hotel conference room rate ends March 12

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This event has been cancelled. Organizers said: "The 50th Anniversary celebration will be rescheduled for a later date."