Abusive Relationships Help – Going Through or Recovering From a Abusive Relationship? Here’s Help
Article by Cynthia Amos
Have you seen the movie “Enough”? That is a great example of what a abusive relationship is like, and unfortunately there are thousands of people who need abusive relationships help. A physically abusive relationship is a nightmare to go through and there shouldn’t be a chance of reconciliation. There shouldn’t be but some still run back to their abusive partner.
It is well known that for every 3 women in the world, 1 will be going through an abusive relationship. Another terrifying statistic is 3 women are killed every day by their partner, their ex partner, or by a jealous male. This is jaw dropping and horrifying to know.
While its possible for a woman to be abusive in a relationship, its most common that the man is the violent one. The amount of women being terrorized day after day by their partners and ex partners are staggering, but its real. Its really happening out in the world we live in.
The common signs of a abusive relationship are when your partner doesn’t respect you, they don’t trust you, they become extremely jealous and angry when you don’t spend time with them, and they want to control and know everything you do.
If you’re going outside, they demand to know where. If you cut your hair, they demand to know who you’re going to cheat on them with. They are paranoid and think that whatever you do or say is something that is going to hurt them. So they feel like they have to hurt you before you hurt them.
Then there’s the physical signs that scream “You’re Being Abused!” When you are slapped, kicked, punched, pushed, grabbed, smacked or thrown, you’re in a abusive relationship and it is time to GET OUT! Abusive relationships are painful both physically and emotionally.
You are left with bruises and marks that cause you to avoid social events with your family and friends because of the guilt and shame you feel for letting someone hurt you like this. Some people in abusive relationships are fearful that the one abusing them will get in trouble so they try and cover up the scars.
You can do one of two things in a relationship like this. You can either fix it or escape from it. To fix it you have to communicate to your partner who is abusing you. You have to make them see and realize the pain they are causing you and if they care, they’ll stop and get help.
The last thing is to leave the relationship by any means necessary. Relationships can be saved, but sometimes it can be too severe to even try and save one. You are not alone if you are in this type of relationship and there is always help.
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