No the abuser does not love that person they love controlling and abusing that person and that's it. It is difficult for there to be love in an abusive relationship. The abuser can not truly give love or receive it because he or she is mentally disabled. The abusive personality is a mental disorder and the abuser needs to seek psychiatric help. An abusive relationship is not a healthy one and no matter what the abuser says, he or she can not love you, it is obsession and control that drives an abusive partner.
Yes, yes it is
A healthy relationship is pertinent both physically and mentally, and in some cases, spiritually. It is important to base and develop a relationship on trust, loyalty, and love. If your relationship is unhealthy it is likely to take a toll on your physical state, emotional state, or spiritual state. Most often, this is thought of in an abusive manner; however, this is not always the case. People can find themselves lacking proper connection to a partner from something as simple as differing views or values. A healthy relationship is different for every individual but it always involves feelings of comfort, peace, and happiness.
To be mentally healthy and sound, is to be sane!
Mentally and physically.
A mentally healthy person is safe
If you are mentally healthy, you have a clear view of the world and have no mental disorders.People who aren't mentally healthy have alzheimer's disease, have brain damage, have a multiple personality disorder, etc. Most people are mentally healthy.
you can move out when you are 16 without a parents consent.
It is important because if your not mentally healthy you can get sick or other stuff.
One adjective that describes a healthy relationship is nurturing. example sentence: She left an abusive relationship in hopes of finding one that is more nurturing.
Why do you think is important to be: mentally healthy
The word is sang and the word for mentally healthy would be sane.
The definition of a mentally healthy person would include the capacity to have abstract thought and the capacity to deal with emotions effectively. A mentally healthy person would have a strong sense of themselves.
The word ignore does not belong in the same sentence with the word abuse. I have never heard of a honeymoon phase, what exactly is this. The honeymoon in a healthy relationship can last as long as the two people want, its what they put into it. Get therapy or counseling on why you would accept this and dont delay. You are not supposed to ignore an abusive relationship that is how they abuser gains power over time......
You need to be emotionally, mentally and socially healthy. It is because it keeps you stable in society.
A person does not have any mental conditions, such as depression or schizophrenia. A mentally healthy person will also think clearly and rational.
Answer The worst thing anyone can do after getting out of an abusive relationship is to get involved with anyone on a serious level if you haven't gotten proffessional help first. Some people can walk away from such things as an abusive relationship, but not many are that strong. If you haven't sought some kind of Thearipy perhaps you should as you will always feel threatened when the other person raises his voice to you. Why go through that pain, do something about it first.
That you are a sane person
The answer is sane
Some one who does not understand BDSM posted "being into bdsm is an unhealthy sign" this is a lie. All studies of people into BDSM have shown that most people into BDSM are happy normal people who just have kinks to there life. Most people who are into abusive relationships never get into BDSM relationships. If someone is into BDSM and there is also a abusive relationship going on all you need to do is look for the normal signs of a abusive relationship. Most BDSM couples for the most part have happy and healthy relationships but have a relationship that looks more like the idealized ones from the 1950's and may add play that would look abusive from the outside but is truly not. What I would tell people is take time to talk to both parties and look for the signs of an abusive relationship.
Sometimes it may be hard to get out of an abusive relationship. This is because violent relationships often go in cycles. After a person is violent, he or she may apologize and promise never to hurt you again, and even say that they will work on the relationship. It may be a while before that person acts violently again. These ups and downs can make it hard to leave a relationship.It's hard to leave someone you care about. You may be scared or ashamed to admit that you are in an abusive relationship, or you may be simply scared to be alone. You may be afraid that no one will believe you, or that your friend or partner will hurt you more if you tell someone. Whatever the reasons, leaving an unhealthy relationship is hard but something you must do, and you'll need help to do it.Abusive relationships are very unhealthy for you. You might have trouble sleeping, or have headaches or stomach aches. You might feel depressed, sad, anxious, or nervous. You may also blame yourself, feel guilty, and have trouble trusting other people in your life. Staying in an abusive relationship can hurt your self-confidence and make it hard for you to believe in yourself. If you are being physically abused, you can be the victim of injuries that could cause permanent damage. You should definitely leave the relationship if you are getting hurt, if you have bruises or pain, or if you are being threatened with physical harm in any way.Remember that the most important reason to leave an unhealthy relationship is because you deserve to be in a relationship that is healthy and fun.
a person is called healthy if he/she is mentally,emotionally and physically fit.