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They offer you presents, drugs or alcohol, or they give you money to buy something you want
They might become distant and stop paying you so much attention or you might feel like the relationship is having lots of highs and lows.
This could be for many reasons: they’re older than you, they’re stronger than you, they have more money than you, or they’re part of a group or gang that have power and influence.
…see them alone without your friends or family and ask you not to tell anyone.
They might threaten you or your family and friends, or make you feel like you’ve disappointed them
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Find out what services are available to you in your area. Remember your school nurse is always there to give you confidential help and support.
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