Communicating with your abuser is an art form. It is called "walking on eggshells".
If you think the relationship is getting emotionally abusive no need to talk...best to walk and do it fast.
Once the abuse begins in the cycle, it is hard to get out. The longer the cycle has been spinning the more difficult to leave.
Move away, inform the police.
You Want A Relationship
Getting out of an abusive relationship is the same, whether you've been together 30 days or 30 years. Please read the info in the link I provided below.
As long as you are willing to leave your baggage out of the new relationship.
Get out of it. That would be my first step. then I would tell someone i trusted, like a family member. I would work with them to figure out what my next step should be, and most of the time it should probably be getting law enforcement involved. If you're in an abusive relationship, definitely start by getting out of there.
Hes getting tired of the relationship
No! She needs to go to women's shelter and to court.
It's in the best interest of everyone, most especially the abused woman who has abusive tendencies, to seek counseling for herself. She should also stay out of relationships until she has adressed why she is abusive to others. Getting involved too soon would be a rebound relationship. Even if her ex was willing to take her back (and he might not be), it's unhealthy to jump from one relationship to another in hopes of being saved from a bad situation, or believing all personal problems will end if they get with someone who once had feelings for them. The abused/abusive person must heal themselves first before they enter a new relationship.
A man can be hurt emotionally in the same ways that a woman can. If you lie to him, cheat on him, or disrespect him, he will likely be hurt emotionally. It is not good to seek out to hurt anyone in this way. If he hurt you, then either forgive him or end the relationship. Getting even never works.
There's no age for getting a boyfriend or girlfriend because it is Love, just be sure that you are ready and you are able to handle your relationship.
Not necessarily, but you might want to think about getting away from him, because it shows that he does have a abusive behavior in him.