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Other notable appearances to the Red Flag Rally were made by SGA President Jesslan Sharp and SGA Vice President of Student Activities Ranger Rumrill.Through the Red Flag Rally, these important, thought-provoking questions were asked: what if you were a bystander witnessing a warning sign that indicated a friend or total stranger was experiencing domestic violence? The Red Flag Campaign ultimately seeks to spread awareness and encourage people to not simply settle to be silent bystanders “minding their own business.” Instead, the campaign urges individuals to recognize the responsibility they as witnesses have: “domestic violence is your business because victims of domestic violence need your help.” An eyewitness should take it upon themselves to use strategic intervention in order to help victims trapped in an abusive relationship.Mean-spirited people don’t stop being so in a relationship and may attack your self-esteem by latching on to what they think are flaws in you. Now how much of a blow these red flags deal to your relationship is down to you.You must decide on what is and isn’t acceptable and stick to it, and of course follow your gut.Often ‘red flags’ are a character trait, for example aggression, and at other times it’s a fundamental core difference in values, indicating something that’s extremely important to you that you really shouldn’t and cannot ignore.Red flags can and often will deal a fatal blow to the relationship.
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Ignoring these gives the person a lifeline to expand upon these issues and the damage that can be dealt with this lifeline may have long lasting repercussions.
The key with a red flag is that whatever it is, it’s something that alerts you to other potential issues or that normally you would be wary or not accepting of.
“The red flags all represent a warning sign that you could possibly see in an unhealthy relationship,” said JSU alumna Trace Fleming, the current Sexual Assault Program Director at 2nd Chance, Inc, and the founder of WISE.
Both organizations came together to promote the Red Flag Campaign’s message.
One of the things that allows people with some of these red flags to ‘prosper’ and to continue as normal is acceptance of the behaviour as is, with rarely any questions asked.