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How to Avoid an Abusive Partner, Part 2

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Unacceptable Abusive Habits in a Relationship

Relationships require work to stay strong, and often time, people fall into avoidable habits that jeopardize the relationship. Let’s explore more of those dangerous abusive partner habits below:

Continue from Part 1, How to Avoid an Abusive Partner.

  1. Physical Abuse

Physical abuse is an act of violence or force that is used to control, punish, or intimidate a victim. Domestic violence can include physical abuse, though not always. It’s important to remember that any kind of physical abuse is unacceptable and will not be tolerated by society via the police.

If you are in a relationship with someone who exhibits any signs of physical abuse, raising hands on you, or beating you, it is important to speak up. There are many things you can do to protect yourself from physical abuse, including staying away from dangerous situations, getting help if you feel threatened or unsafe, and reporting the abuser to the police.

  1. Emotional Abuse

Emotional abuse is a form of psychological manipulation used to control and manipulate a victim. This can include things like name-calling, belittling, gaslighting, and more. It’s important to recognize that emotional abuse is never ok, regardless of the intention or context.

If you are caught in an emotionally abusive relationship, don’t hesitate to ask for help. Talk to someone you trust–a friend or family member who can give support and guidance, as well as professional resources that can enable you to exit the relationship safely. Remember: emotional abuse is not your fault. You have the strength to stand up for yourself and make a change.

If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship using emotional abuse, it’s important to seek help immediately. There are many resources available that can provide guidance and assistance to help you get out of the situation safely. Remember that there is hope, and no matter how bad things seem, they will get better soon enough.

  1. Manipulations

Every manipulation is a form of psychological abuse that is used to control and gain power over another person. It can be subtle or overt, but it always has the same goal in mind: To make someone feel as though they have no choice but to do what the manipulator wants them to do.

In an abusive relationship, an abuser may use manipulation to control their partner, make them feel guilty or unworthy, or otherwise pressure them into doing something they don’t want to do.

Healthy assertiveness is a crucial part of healthy relationships. It involves expressing your feelings and needs honestly and respectfully without being overly aggressive or demanding. It also means understanding that your actions have consequences and being willing to take responsibility for them. If you feel like someone is attempting to manipulate or control you, stand up for yourself and take steps to protect your safety and well-being.

  1. Financial and Economic Abuse

Financial abuse is a form of economic exploitation that involves controlling or limiting a victim’s access to money. This type of abuse can take many forms, including preventing someone from getting or keeping a job, taking control of the victim’s finances, and coercing them into signing documents against their will. Financial abuse often goes hand in hand with other forms of abuse, such as physical and emotional.

If you are in a situation where someone is controlling your access to money or exploiting you economically, it is important to seek help immediately. Talk to a trusted friend or family member who can provide support and assistance, as well as professional resources that can help you get out of the situation safely.

  1. Sexual Abuse

Sexual abuse is any type of non-consensual sexual contact, including rape, molestation, and other unwelcome advances or contact. It is a form of physical abuse that can leave long-lasting emotional and psychological scars.

If you or someone you know is a survivor of sexual abuse, it is important to seek help immediately. Talk to a trusted friend or family member who can provide support and assistance, as well as professional resources that can help you get out of the situation safely. Remember that no one deserves to be in an abusive sexual relationship and there is hope for a better future.

Take Home

If you are in an abusive relationship, or if you know someone who is, remember that help is available. Reach out to trusted individuals and professional resources who can provide guidance and assistance so that you can get out of the situation safely. There is hope for a better future and you deserve to live free from abuse. Take the first step towards safety today.

Leadership at home is not as easy as leadership in public.

Mike Ihezuo is an authority in Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Success Motivational. Mike can help you and your organization or group. Reach him through any of the online handle https://mikeihezuospeaks.net/meet-mike-live, #LeadershipXcellence, @mikeihezuospeakshq, @MikeOIhezuo, @LeaderMikeO, Ad Inquiry@mikeihezuospeakstv, leadermikeo@gmail.com.

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