10 Signs When a Relationship may Turn Abusive

10 Signs When a Relationship may Turn Abusive

Relationships should be a blessing and not a curse. All relationship begins with chocolate, flowers and romance and then abuse slips in slowly. Most of us get into a relationship to make our life better and happy. Sadly, this is not true for each one of us in the world.  It is unfortunate that abuse is still viewed as a private matter. Most victims undergo in silence. Also known as domestic abuse or intimate partner violence, domestic violence usually occurs among people in intimate relationships. It has many forms, like emotional, mental, sexual and physical abuse.

Either men or women can be abused by their partners, but domestic violence is generally aimed at women. Abuses are of two types: emotional abuse and physical abuse. Emotional abuse is something that makes you weak inside and shatters you from within whereas physical abuse is something that can be felt outside and it weakens you physically also. Living through an abusive relationship is traumatizing and it is always advisable to move on when you see no hope and way to escape from such a relationship. Don’t give up, be strong and it’s not that difficult to survive through this. If someone takes away your happiness, makes you feel weak and dependent, or makes you feel depressed for any reason, there are chances of you being abused by them and you not realizing it. Listed below are few signs indicating that your relationship is turning into an abusive one:

10. Gets Physical

9. Jealousy

8. Put you down

7. Threatening

6. The blame game

5. The first hit

4. Instills Fear

3. Punishes You for Spending Time Away

2. Treats as a burden

1. Controls through his/her emotions

An abuser is a double faced person who tries to control you through his or her emotions. They will threaten to leave, to hurt you, will sulk and blame you for all the things that are not going in the right way and according to the way they want them to. They will always try to dominate you and assert you when you try to put your point. There are people who try to torture you silently after the argument to make you realize that it was entirely your fault and expects you to come and make up for all the fights. While there are other people who behave all sweet and mushy after the fight and tries to win you back by sweet promises. Controlling through sweet or silent emotion is one of the best ways to cover up all the abusive behavior.




10 Signs When a Relationship may Turn Abusive

10 Signs When a Relationship may Turn Abusive

10 Signs When a Relationship may Turn Abusive


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