That might mean younger siblings are in bed or at a friend’s house. There’s a good chance your parents understand more than you think. Your parents want to understand what is happening in your relationship. Talk to an adult you trust—a grandparent, aunt or uncle, a leader at your church, a school counselor or other advisor.
But if you’re concerned that you might be dating an abusive partner (or just have questions about what a healthy relationship looks like), your parents might be your best allies.But sweeping a problem under the rug hardly ever solves it.And bottling up your feelings can make you feel stressed. That makes it more likely parents will listen and take what you say seriously.Also if this relationship ends call them and tell them about the split as well.This isn't a subject that you may feel comfortable talking about, but in addition to calling the cops, also make sure that you connect with your parents about this — their support is going to be pretty crucial in making it past some of the more difficult aspects of this situation.