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How to Identify a Victim of Spousal Abuse
Relationships & Family
Spousal abuse may take the form of physical, emotional, sexual or financial abuse and verbal threats of violence.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Look for signs of fear in the victim when he or she is around the suspected abuser.
Note whether the victim makes excuses for the suspected abuser's anger or violent temper.
Look for signs of alcohol or drug abuse by the victim or the susp

How to Refuse a Date to Ensure No More Requests
Relationships & Family
Unless you want to be asked out again by this person, be direct and leave no room for misinterpretation.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Be clear, consistent and gracious in your refusal. Be politely neutral rather than emphatic.
Don't hesitate, procrastinate or ask to think about it.
Express regret, if you'd like, but never say anything you don't mean, such as, 'Maybe another time.

How to Get Help if You're Being Abused
Relationships & Family
The following information is based on materials from the Santa Barbara Domestic Hotline, the Shelter Services for Women, and the Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
Address Books
Yellow Pages
Telephones
Airline Tickets
Bus Tickets
Train Tickets
Folders

Make a Safety PlanSave mo


How to Comfort a Grieving Person
Relationships & Family
Comforting a grieving person entails offering support and allowing the person to go through whatever he or she is feeling.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Electronic Greeting Cards
Paper Greeting Cards
Flower Bouquets
Food
Movie Tickets
Museum Tickets
Symphony Tickets
Exercise Equipments

Allow the person to talk about his grief and e


How to Forget About an Ex
Relationships & Family
Most people will at some point in their life have to deal with a breakup with a partner and the emotions that comes with it. Sometimes it takes a while to get back on your feet and other times you feel better after a shorter period of time. It all depends on what type of person you are and how serious the relationship was. Here are some advice on how to make this period as bearable as possible.Dif

How to Comfort a Friend After a Breakup
Relationships & Family
Sometimes the steadiness of friendship is the best remedy for the ups and downs of the romance roller coaster. Here are some tips for helping out a friend in need.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Stress Relief Products
Fresh-cut Flowers
Picnic Basket
Picnic Blankets
Boxes Of Chocolates
Comfort Food
Facial Tissues
Concert Tickets
Dinner Reserva

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