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What to do if you think your friend is in an abusive relationship

24 Sep, 2020

Worried a friend or someone you know is in an abusive or unhealthy relationship, but not sure what to do? Whether you suspect the abuse is physical, emotional, financial or other, it can be hard to know how to support someone in this situation.

Relationships Australia Queensland has some tips on some of the signs that might indicate your friend is in an abusive relationship, and how you can help.

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