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Relationship quizzes

Learning and talking about victimization is the first step in reducing its frequency. These quizzes are designed to test your knowledge and hopefully teach you something about each of the topics.

They are not a replacement for a conversation with a professional. Visit our offices on campus for more in-depth information.

Helpful websites

Internet Safety Tips

There are many ways that someone can monitor what you do on your computer and trace your online activity. Your abuser does not need to be a computer expert or have special technical skills to track your computer activities. If you must use a computer that your abuser has access to, it is important that you learn to take precautions to hide your Internet activity. Even if you follow the advice and tips outlined here, your abuser may still be able to track your online activity.

Email Safety Tips

Email may not be a safe or confidential way to speak about the abuse in your life. If your abuser has access to your email account, he/she will be able to read any incoming or outgoing emails in your account. 

Steps to Protect Your Email Privacy:

  • Never share your email password. 
  • Passwords should be impossible to guess. Do not use birth dates, street addresses, or family or pet names as passwords.
  • Do not include your name or any other personal information that could identify you in your email address.
  • Never check off the box "remember my user name" or "remember my password" when registering online.
  • Never register your personal information (real address or phone number) when you sign up for an online service or web email accounts such as Yahoo or Hotmail.
  • Six Tips for Protecting Your Email Privacy