Signs to show that your partner is abusive
Abuse is always termed to be physical but emotional and psychological trouble is also abuse but not many are aware about it. People in abusive relationships often don\'t see their own relationships as being abusive and tend to overlook it.
Abuse is always termed to be physical but emotional and psychological trouble is also abuse but not many are aware about it. People in abusive relationships often don't see their own relationships as being abusive and tend to overlook it. But women should be aware of the abuse they are subjected to in relationships in the name of love.
Here are some of the signs to show your partner is abusive:
There’s always the manipulative method to get things done – you would do it if you love me! Not only pushing you into something which is not in your comfort zone, but also going to the extreme cases of threatening to kill himself is not uncommon for an abusive person. Once you fall for it, there’s no coming back.
Even if you are in love with the person, you have the right to say no to sex and any decent guy would respect that. However, is a guy pressurizes you into having sex always – then he is an abuser at worst.
Early into the relationship, a guy wanting to spend all the time with you seems to be endearing, however, the charm wears off making you realize that there might a completely different reason behind him acting so guarded about you.
If he keeps pushing away everyone else around you so that you have to stay with him, you need to let him go as letting go off every relation just for one person is frightening.
Insults you constantly:
There’s always the humour among close friends and family that is acceptable, however, if the line is crossed – it’s definitely not funny. If your partner/husband picks on you by calling names or hurts your feelings in any way, it cannot be termed as sense of humour and if he says that you are too sensitive, then you need to check on why you are dating him.
If your partner sets rules that only include for you particularly that are unreasonable according to you, then you are with a partner who is looking for someone to control and not to love.
The blame game:
Be it any issue, if your partner just blames you for it even though you have no connection with the issue, then you need to drop him as the person you would want to be would obviously should be capable enough to admit his mistakes and take responsibility for his actions.
Many go through issues due to lack of trust or faith in their partner but it’s a matter of concern when your every move is scrutinized or put in the position of suspect every time without reason.
Back and forth:
Does your partner shows too much love one second and the next just push you away? When a fight happens, does your partner act all sweet to move past the fight but one the fight is done, he goes back to repeating the same old stuff? He’s not good enough for you as this procedure will continue until the time you cut it off.
So, girls you don’t need to be pushed around with people like this. Do identify the abusive patterns in a relationship so as to save yourself from emotional turmoil as you deserve to be treated well.