End The Abuse.
7 signs of an abusive relationship
Subtle Threats: These threats aren’t direct and aren’t always overtly violent. Instead an abusive pattern may occur with pressure to comply, threats of suicide (that are empty) or even suggesting that you get help with YOUR mental health. This lattermost tactic is also a form of gaslighting.
Walking on Eggshells: You feel like you’re walking on eggshells all the time. Tense moments always happen, however when you feel like you may be subject to angry outbursts or overly controlling behavior constantly, it’s time to run, fast!
Disparaging Humor: A classically emotionally abusive trick which makes you feel useless, be it making you look unintelligent in front of peers or insisting you are useless and ugly only to turn around and claim it was a joke. Whatever you do, don’t fall for this. You are anything but useless. While, laughing at yourself is a good trait to have, but this is carried much too far and is malicious.
A Daily Emotional Roller Coaster: Sometimes a relationship is not always abusive. It may sometimes be a nightmare to tolerate a partner, and sometimes they will be apologetic, generous and loving to a fault. Sometimes this is deliberately orchestrated as a form of manipulation. Sometimes it’s genuine. If this is the case, the behaviors can be tied to personality disorders. If so, counseling is a viable option.
You Become Isolated: Emotional abusers are adept at separating a victim from loved ones and friends. Though sometimes motivated by simple jealousy, if you are isolated, you have nobody to see or speak the truth. Furthermore isolation makes leaving an abusive relationship difficult.
Treated Like A Child: Being treated like you are a child is often part of a controlling manipulator’s agenda to make you feel inferior. Things such as being told you spend too much money when you spent normal amount of money for a normal purchase, or making you ask permission to do normal things outside the house, diminishes your freedom and self-respect and is a perfect example of this emotionally abusive behavior
Feeling Trapped: When push comes to shove, feeling helpless and trapped in your relationship is a sure sign something is amiss. Even in a relationship with a child, feeling panicked and helpless is a big red flag. If you feel this hopelessly trapped
source: End the Cycle of Abuse: How to Get Out of an Emotionally Abusive Relationship
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