MORE INFO FRM AALIYAH: me and him were together for a year and spent days together but because i was 2 years older than him (he was 18) he kept hurting me and acting immature, he used to mess around with girls behind my back so i used to leave him and after a certain amount of time i totally lost trust and overreacted constantly, but that was because of the mistakes he made. i made a few but he was alot worse, but he is very arrogant and could never see things from my point of view. i was so brainwashed at one point i used to beg and cry and try to reason with his faithfulness thus alowing him to continue to treat me badly. But both of us know we both acted stupid and loved each other like crazy, even his mother and everyone else knew he loved me to bits and was obsessive but after a point i started lieing back to him and i think i drove him away further, anyway he has a new girlfriend now and even thought his friends and family told me he doesnt like her that much, im scared he has fallen for her. i really love him to bits and know if we both had a clean slate it would work. i have left him over 17 times in one year and he always comes back begging but this time he said he wont, he says hes sick and tired of being accused and always running back to me and when i tried to call him he is extremely insulting and cruel. i no this is his way of dealing with it but cant he see that if i have taken this much i must really love him? he has had a very very bad childhood and i no him well, he has a viscious tongue and is not only spiteful to me but also his mum and other close people he loves, that's y i take his abuse. but he really hates me now because i have lied to him about something, nothing to do with faithfulness, but he jus thinks im someone different now to the girl he met, but he doesnt realise i changed because he drove me to it becasue of his lying and fooling around. how can i make him but understanding and at least talk to me?AnswerWhat were the reasons that you left him so many times? It doesn't sound as if those problems between you two have been resolved.
This means it will continue to be a cycle of reconciliation, arguments, and break ups if you make the choice to go back to him. You can't get back what you never had--which was a healthy, non abusive relationship with this guy. It may be healthier for you to make a clean break of things and keep this guy out of your life.Wake UP!If he's verbally abusive, it's only a matter of time before he becomes physically abusive. What you REALLY need to do is to find someone else, even if that's NOT the answer you wanted to hear. Trust me... there will be SEVERAL people out there that will fit the description "Love of your Life!" There are plenty of fish in the ocean, my Mom used to say. You can do better. Don't sell yourself short, and don't put yourself in an abusive relationship. It WON'T get better! AnswerAt this point, give it a rest and see if absence makes the heart grow fonder. There is alot of resentment floating around. Apparently there are issues that are hindering the growth of the relationship. Why leave and go back many time, anyway, it seems that mayber you two are not meant to be together. It seems as though you two have made a habit of making each other miserable so cut your ties and move on with your lives, your wasteing precious time. AnswerTHANKS GUYS ITS AALIYAH, THIS IS WHY I AM DEVASTED AND TOO WEAK TO LET GO:its Aaliyah again, i think you are all right, he has said very evil things to me like 'i hope u gt raped' and spread cruel lies about me, i found that out today, but i find it hard to let go, i dnt think i do, bt i think i have borderline personlity because no matter how evil he is to me i still love him and want him back, i think its because, lets say he insults me and puts me down, i will feel very very low as i am very insecure and then i think to make myself feel good again i used to take him back to make myself feel worthless again, its like since i was with him i lost who i am and depend on every1 else and mainly his opinion. i am a mess right now, and the only thing tht would make me happy is if he came begging back cos i love him so much. i am at university and away from home and all my flatmates and friends are in serious relationships and spend all time with there boyfriends, the other few male friends i had, my ex beat them up and most people that lived locally knew i was with him before and stay away, i cant even go home back to my home town as i have assignments and deadlines due every week. but i cant even do them , i cant study, all i do is cry and search on the net why he was cruel and cheated on me, i don't no what to do, im devasted. i love him so much but so far the advice u have given me is to stay away, but im so lonely, down, and have been comfort eating to make myself feel better. my friend from my home town came to visit, i was okay with her but when she left i was a crying mess. i loved him so much and he used to be absolutely head over heels for me, why did he turn so evil to me when i found out what he did behind my back, he should have valued me more??!
* It's possible if their new partner has a laid back demeanor and can handle the anger outbursts of the verbally abusive partner, but the statistics are extremely low on this factor. Verbally abusive and controlling men have generally grown up in this environment and these are learned habits, or often times a feeling of having no control at the time they lived at home and later in life the anger and rage surfaces. For an abusive, controlling man he should seek professional counseling to learn to control these two bad habits.
Verbally outgoing means that you like to talk a lot and be around people. characteristics of being verbally outgoing are that you don't like to be alone for periods of times and you probably have many friends.
yes it is they dont know how to break the cycle That's very true. At times, they may not even recognize their actions for what they really are. Other times, the parents may continually need that power over the child - they need the assumed importance or replacement for something they feel they lack. More often than not, it is the child who will have to be a strong enough person to cut the ties and realize that they do not deserve this treatment - parent or not, no one has the right to be abusive to someone else.
Possibly there is something in his body language or manner that discourages the new girlfriend from opposing his views and so everything goes his way. However, many times young girls will act this way with new guys since they are in love. If I was the ex-abuser, I would definitely say this is a good question to explore with the new girlfriend.
Survivors of abusive relationships suffer post-traumatic stress. It is not easy to get over it and, at times, you may require professional help.
I'm sorry dear, but my answer to that question is a big NO, trust me I have experience in this department. A little embarrased to say but have been trhough it a few times. You are the one that may need the help and get away from somebody that is doing this to you. It has nothing to do with you and don't let him let you think that. It's all about him. Move on honey. You deserve better
Absolutely!! He is still your father. There will always be times of disagreements, but this is no reason to cast aside love for one another. If it is because of an abusive relationship (not just a disagreement) then you must seek outside help.
of course but it matters of how many times they have been abused by him/she
No. Many times the abuser will tell you you are being abusive as a way to manipulate you into giving affection, which continues the abuse, as manipulation can be a form of abuse.
After your abusive partner abuses you once you need to leave. There is no staying around because it won't get any better it only gets worst after you let them abuse you once.
I'm not sure if it's a full-blown emotional abusive relationship, or even on the road to becoming that way, but I do feel taken advantage of him at times.
-8. Because whenever you are times-ing or dividing negatives and positives; + times - will always be negative. - times - will always be positive. Obviously, + times + will always be positive. - Dividing is the same thing.
the number of times someone attempts to, or succeeds in, physically assaulting, verbally insulting or irritating, an object, person or animal.
You do this both verbally & through your actions. Show her that you care. Support her when she is down. Encourage her when she is feeling hopeless. Let her know that you will be there for her through both the good times & the bad times.
No, minor verbal attacks are not generally considered abusive. Try to get into couple's therapy. If you have grown children, maybe they could help you talk about professional help.
Because Osburn was the midwife when three of Putnam's children died. Putnam is so crazed with grief, and she blames herself for her childrens death, so she leaps upon any excuse to believe that an outside force took away her children. end of Act One: Mrs Putnam: I knew it! Goody Osburn were midwife to me three times. I begged you, Thomas, did I not? I begged him not to call Osburn because I feared her. My babies always shriveled in her hands!
-12A negative times a positive is always a negative.A negative times a negative is always positive.
He's playing you like a fine fiddle. Narcissistic people are ego-maniacs, controllers and can be verbally abusive (even physically abusive at times.) They love to feel in control so "game playing" is high on their list and that's exactly what this guy is doing to you. A person that loves you does not treat you in this manner. Tell him to get lost! Get on your own two feet and become independent and think of the signs of this narcissistic ex-boyfriend and learn from your mistakes. There is never a happy ending in a narcissistic relationship.
They can be but some of them can control their anger. The potential for violence is many times greater, (100x or more), with someone who is angry than with someone who is not. Violence is always caused by anger, especially when it is used against someone who is not threatening voilence themselves, (such as a girlfriend/spouse)
The square of a number is always two numbers multiplied together. A positive times a positive is always positive, and a negative times a negative is always positive.
0 times x is written as 0x. This is always equal to zero because anything times zero is always zero.
In the King James version the word - always - appears 62 times
Not always but most of the times. But how do you know this answer is right?
Yes they were always strict.
No. Always is an adverb. It means at all times, or forever.