If you are in an abusive relationship you really must leave. Do you have a friend who could give you moral support at this very difficult time? Get the help of community services. They are funded by donors & by taxes. Women's services, First call for help, etc. They are experts in the field, and they have the answers you need. Every police officer has these phone numbers. You can ask an officer for a phone number.
Some people get confused about sexaulity, so you have to decide what way you want to be.
stay friends and then amke up your mind about what you really think of the person
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.
It can mean a lot of different things; relationship wise it could mean when you think about whether or not you would want a relationship with someone, you're unsure of the fact if you really like him/her and what you want out of the potential relationship. In short, you're confused about your feelings for whomever you're thinking of.
it's when a girl has a crush on a boy and he has a crush on her too and they decide to be friends, but since they really like each other and sometimes even love each other they decide to make it a boyfriend, girlfriend relationship.
no if you really want to now he never had a relationship with Grindleward therefor he is not gay or when he was young confused
Not necessarily but it will give one another time to decide if this is what you really want individually.
It is good to talk about it so that you can move on. If you just hold it all inside then you never really let it go. Talk with someone that you really trust.
If he touches you in any other matter than a comforting or intimate wanted way then he is physically abusing you and yes this is a abusive relationship that can progressively get worse if you are already allowing him to do what he is doing at this point. When he tries to let you be in control of anything that is his way of trying to shift his guilt to you and to blame you again abusive emotionally. You must do what is best for yourself and get out of the relationship as soon as possible. do not ever let a man put his hands on you in a violent way because it will more than likely lead to worse things, so talk to him and if it doesn't stop, then he's not worth it and get out!
It sounds like you're a pretty considerate guy in that you're concerned about her feelings of confusion. Give her time to think things over and decide whether she is truly ready to start a new relationship.
If he is really abusive go to the police! You should go to counseling or something.
Obviously, she's not really a friend. Decide if you want to confront her and possibly salvage a relationship with her or dump her.
An abusive man never really changes unless there is a traumatic condition or possibly therapy, but even that will often not help. Just leave. Use the "long distance" to get away.
if you are confused about your relationship what do you do Well mi boyfriend and i are 2 years apart. He told me when we got together not to tell anyone that we're together. At first i was like OK weird but OK and then i figured out that he didn't want his friends to know that he was dating a freshman and he's a junior. That's why I'm SO confused what should i do because i don't want to break up with him because i REALLY like him! ugh!
Answer: Because abuse is about control. The victim is in the relationship because they feel an emotional connection to the abuser and they have been "trained" to think that it's the victims fault. Answer: Most people don't have any idea that that's the kind of relationship they just got in or some people are really despereat
The first time, should be the last time.Kids should really be put first in this situation because the trauma of an abusive environment can affect them as they grow older in so many ways.Also if this question is being asked on behalf of yourself, you deserve better, I'm sure because nobody deserves to be abused, especially in a relationship, it should be about love, happyness, trust etc and I know that in an abusive relationship there is more sadness than there is happiness. I'm sure you will have the love and support of your children if you were to leave and they will be the ones who bring you true happiness as they flourish in life.
you just tell her that you love her, then she will say ok then. She will definatly be confused. Then blst at her that you want to have sex with her and she will e really confused, and to make her even more confused pull out a condom and she will be like wow, im confused but i like you now!! AHAH, jks jks thats what my boyfriend did to me, i was sure confused, but it was funny
I never understand why. its really upsetting, but if any one reading is in a abusive relationship i would leave them. its easier said than done, but believ me good people should not suffer.
yes she did she is now divorced
Red Flag to being in an abusive relationship. Especially if you have been faithful and you are constantly trying to prove it to your boyfriend while he is accusatory. Is he really cheating...you would have to do the detective work to find that out.
Yes , because he was really confused about his situations
it means to be really perplexed or confused.
Hayley's ex-stepfather was verbally abusive. Her biological father is not abusive. I really hope this isn't true! if i is, poor hayley :(
Philbert is an Indian word meaning an abusive husband,Really!