Talk to a friend or close female family member about the situation.,
Don’t blame yourself.,
If you’re in a situation where you’ll see them a lot (work, school, extra things, etc.,
Face the person and let them know that their behavior is wrong.,
Decide if it’s sarcasm, teasing or abuse.
, It’s their fault, not yours, and if it’s not your fault, try confronting them alone and see what’s up with how they treat you, and if there is a way to solve this problem. But keep a friend close by if something goes wrong.
,), try to avoid those specific situations.
If you’re young, like in middle school, get a parent to talk to them.
If you’re an adult and you are in a relationship, you may want to consider breaking up. Choose the right time to do it.
, If it’s teasing or sarcasm, just let him know you don’t appreciate it and to stop. But if it’s really verbal abuse tell someone. It doesn’t matter who, just tell someone.