Stories about dating violence
If he ever found out a boy had been near me he would instantly think the worst and beat them up.I became tired of all this and I admit I was no angel throughout our relationship. I took beatings off my boyfriend at the age of 14, he would kick me on the floor, punch me in the face, he even broke my fingers.As an innocent 13 year old, Becky never imagined she would become involved in teen domestic violence - that, surely, only affected older, married women?Sadly Becky soon found out the reality of teen abuse.Through all the years though he became a heroin addict. I never did them but he became more and more disrespectful and hurtful. In the end the outcome was a horrible heartbreak, a waste of three years and I later found out he cheated on me with over nine girls.He lied, was manipulative, very controlling and yet very sensitive, at least only for his own feelings.Here is her story: Since the age of nine I had been in love with this one boy ... We used to get together and he used to cheat, even at the young age of 11 he broke my heart by cheating on me.At the age of 13 we got back together and at first it was great: he was loving and kind.
My mom didn't know how to love me, I never fit in anywhere, was always in trouble. I didn't think my mum would let me go, but she saw how excited I was, I promised not to drink, and I'd be home on the last bus. I met my friend at her house, she suggested I try on a top of hers to make me look older, it was quite a sexy top, she did my make-up and I looked much older.
She didn't ask questions she wasn't sure Josh wanted to answer, or make plans with friends before checking with him first.
"I thought a fight wasn't worth it," she says.
I wasn't ready to sleep with him, and for a whole year he waited, I thought he really loved me because he never pressured me into it. By this time he knew all about my family situation and he manipulated me so easily.
He seemed to understand and be on my side, telling me to move out and have nothing to do with them.