Abusive relationship is not good. It affects nearly all aspects of life.
Why would you even think about going back to an abusive relationship? Unless you want to get beat on for the rest of your life.
because if you dont have a good relationship your family will not work
You Take all that you have been through as a learning experience and tools to make you go further in life.
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.
People tend to say things in anger. Since your husband is abusive you should consider going to a Woman's Abuse House to find help and learn tools to cope. No one has the right to abuse the other. Your relationship is toxic and you are in control of your life and not your husband. To tell him you are going to kill him is a serious accusation and when you get to this point it's time for you to leave this abusive relationship.
In my experience, you can't. What you can do is let this person know you love him/her. Try to be nonjudgemental throughout the process. Be willing to help if and when this person is ready to leave the abusive relationship. Just try to be the solid, trustworthy person in their life. Try not to get angry or raise your voice. Look around your community for help, like battered women's shelters, churches who have the ability to help. Let your friend know that you have a plan when he/she is ready. If you see imminent danger, call 911. Hope this helps!
Many do and do it for the power trip. Some however, do not..it is a way of life.
It does often happen that people will learn how to get their way through verbal aggression, from their own experiences of being verbally abused. Life is an endless learning experience, but sometimes people learn the wrong things. Answer I think it COULD happen but I think it would be the exception and not the rule. Victims in these kinds of situations are usually not abusive types of people - that's why they are victims. If it is an adult who grew up in a verbally abusive environment they may be the victim for a while and then finally snap and turn the tables and become the abuser but I think in most circumstances the victim would not become the abuser in the next relationship.
For the most part, those that show abusive behavior are reflectant of how they were treated during their childhood. Thus abusive behavior as adults is not only satisfactory because the abuser in a twisted way can identify with the abused, but also is a show of dominance and superiority for someone who, for the majority of their life as a child, were inferior to their caregivers.
no they are good friends
Contact a local abuse shelter. They are there to help you and can lead you into a new direction in life.
Ruth Morgan Raffaeli has written: 'The spider and the fly' -- subject(s): Life skills guides, Abused women, Abusive men, Abusive women, Abused men, Psychological abuse, Relationship addiction
A slice of life is commonly used to refer to a good experience in life. This experience can be captured in some work of art including poems, drawings, or carvings.
If a boy is being mean to you, that is mis-treatment ... drop that bozo like a hot potato. Attitude is paramount in any relationship ... both the guy and the gal deserve equal respect and treatment. To be otherwise, is just plain abusive and not much good will become of that kind of relationship. Get on with life ... next?
A good reason to stay in a relationship is when that relationship improves you as a person, improves your life to some degree, and you have the same effect on the life/lives of those you share a relationship. If these qualities are missing from a relationship, then it will only drain the participants emotionally.
Depends who ur abusive ex is
I experience life.
If you are in an abusive relationship, the best thing to do is to tell the counterpart to stop. If they refuse, go to a person you trust (preferably 15 years and up) and tell them all about it. If that does not work for some reason, go to a parent or the cops. Do not be scared to tell on the person that is abusing you, it is illegal. Moreover, it is dangerous. With any luck (and most of it towards success), the abusing will stop and you will go on with your life peacefully.
If you are in an abusive relationship, it will certainly effect you. If you had a dirty house when you were a child, for example, you can develop OCD later in life. Everything about the environment that you live in can affect mental health and that is why it is so important to maintain an environment that makes you feel good and at peace.
* This could be a warning that he will be abusive in the future. If you don't want to end up dead or seriously injured, it would be a good idea to get out of that relationship now. * No manshould ever hit any women! This is abuse! If a man gets frustrated by the actions of a woman he is free to leave that relationship and not reduce himself to abusing women. It is also not right for a woman to hit a man without provocation such as being attacked with intent to rape. Get rid of this low life! You deserve better!
Yes, but you need to have a good relationship with the other person.
Life experience is based on your degree and experience. I would not get a degree in that.
Simple leave him and no matter what you will tell that he loves you and he will change. yes he will for about a week and will start again with the abuse. People like that will never change, until he has destroyed your life then he will move on.
You are a good friend, but be careful, some people love to argue with each other and they still get along. It's a relationship that is made of fire and heat. Even though many of us wouldn't agree this is a good combo it's not for us to say. If your friend is really getting the shaft from her partner then all you can do is just "be there" when she takes the fall. She has to take this path herself and decide who she is and what she wants out of life. Hopefully, soon she will realize she is better than this. You get out and date, and try not to be around your friend when she is with this guy, but be sure you tell her that you're there as a friend whenever she needs you. If possible try to have some one-on-one fun time with your friend (just the two of you) and don't approach the subject of her abusive relationship. In time I am sure she will come to you about it. Good luck Marcy