Take a Domestic Violence Self Test

For the most accurate results, please answer each of the following questions as truthfully as possible:

Am I a victim of domestic violence?

For the most accurate results, please answer each of the following questions as truthfully as possible:

1. Do you feel anxious or nervous when you are around your partner?
2. Are you afraid of voicing a different opinion than your partner?
3. Does your partner criticize you or embarrass you in front of others?
4. Do you feel that nothing you do is ever good enough for your partner?
5. Have you stopped seeing your friends or family because of your partner’s behavior?
6. Do you watch what you are doing in order to avoid making your partner angry or upset?
7. Do you let your partner influence your social activities or appearance?
8. Does your partner threaten to harm you?
9. Does your partner often call you insulting or degrading names?
10. Do you feel like no matter what you do everything is always your fault?
11. Do you try to please your partner rather than please yourself in order to avoid getting hurt?
12. Has your partner made you feel powerless in your relationship?
13. Does your partner have control of all of the finances and refuse to allow you to participate in financial decisions?
14. Do you feel obligated or coerced into have sexual relations with your partner?
15. Does your partner question you often about your whereabouts and not believe your answers?
16. After a really bad argument, does your partner lavish you with attention and gifts and promise never to behave that way again?
17. Has your partner ever pushed you, restrained you, chocked you or thrown things at you?
18. Do you ever explained to family, friends, or your physicians that the bruises or cuts that you have are a result of how clumsy you are?
19. Has your partner threaten to hurt you, your children, or himself if you leave him?
20. Do you change your behavior or “walk on egg shells” depending on your partners mood?
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