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Abusive Or Exploitative Relationships Are Hazardous And Precarious


A romantic relationship is supposed to be a wonderful experience that is filled with pleasure and happiness. It becomes quite the opposite when there is abuse in it. Nothing in the world can be more detrimental to your emotional wellbeing than being in an emotionally abusive relationship. Emotional abuse can be much more sinister than even physical abuse. The worst is that in most cases neither the abuser nor the victim is fully conscious of such an abuse taking place in their relationship. The victim usually doesn’t realize the mistreatment and stays in denial until it becomes a big issue. Emotional abuse is like slow poison that slowly erodes the self-worth of a person little by little every day that eventually leads to severe depression and trauma. Emotional abuse is regular sequence of verbal offense, bullying, criticism, threats, and hostility. It also includes more indirect tactics such as intimidation and belittling. Most abusers in most cases behaves in such a way due to past events or their childhood where they were the victim. So now they want to turn the tables and take a revenge for what they went through earlier in their life. As per research, both men and women abuse each other at equal rates.

Following are some signs of emotionally abusive in a relationship.

You are being humiliated and ridiculed in public. Your partner leaves no opportunity to put you down and make fun of you.

You are being criticized in front of everyone. Your partner teases you can calls you names to make you feel bad about yourself.

You are being controlled in every respect. Your partner controls your every move and dictates your life’s do’s and don’ts.

You are being restricted to do most things. Your partner limits your moves and you need to seek their permission to do anything.

You are being manipulated. Your partner plays mind games and traps you in doing what they want and make it appears as if that’s what you wanted.

You are not being respected as a person. Your partner disrespects you and has no regards for whatever you do or say.

You have no control over the finances. Your partner is the only one who has access to the funds and you need to beg them for every little thing.

You are belittled for everything. Your partner underestimates your capabilities and often crashes your accomplishments.

You are given dirty looks. Your partner gives you bad looks and use his body language and gestures to make you feel bad.

You are constantly accused of wrongdoings. Your partner always puts the blame on you even when it was not your fault and the onus is always on you.

The first step in dealing with an emotionally abusive relationship is recognizing its presence. If you see any signs of emotional abuse in your relationship, immediately stop the abuse and start the healing process. Either talk to your partner and ask them to stop the abuse or walk out of the relationship. No one should put up with emotional abuse in their relationship, regardless of the circumstances. Say no to emotional abuse right now and get back on your feet.
Date Posted/Updated On: 12/02/2016
Author: ispace1


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