If anyone is feeling manipulated or abused, that's the best it's going to get and you have to fight for yourself now."While the idea of an abusive relationship with a friend is one that's hardly spoken about, Debby believes that these are situations that no one should ever experience.
And the abuse doesn't necessarily have to be physical or verbal, it can also be digital, too.
“I never thought that this was happening to me, and it was absolutely happening to me.
Through this platform, she will be able shed light on dating violence and get women the help they need to report these kinds of incidents. However you may be surprised to hear who the person is. She recently opened up about her own experience and how she managed to get out of the situation."People that demand your password and always look over your shoulder, ask who you're texting, and grab your phone and let themselves in—that's not OK," she told the magazine.After realizing how common the patterns are in other women, she knew it was something she needed to speak up about.“It was a couple years ago, and things were seemingly amazing,” she tells PEOPLE.