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Get Out of an Abusive Relationship
Chances are you are in an abusive relationship which is leeching on your mental well being. Contrary to popular belief, you do not have to be hit or dragged by a hair to be in an abusive relationship, it can be far subtle mental and emotional abuse. Honestly answer the questions below to yourself to judge whether you are indeed in one of these abusive relationships:
Do you feel your partner does not give you the respect you deserve? Does your partner make fun of your emotions? Does he make you feel you are not good enough? Does he make fun of you in front of others by telling your embarrassing secrets? Do his emotions for you keep wavering? Is he not there most of the time when you need support? Are you able to trust him? Does he rudely dismiss you most of the time when you are very emotional? Does he constantly keep suggesting breaking the relationship or marriage? Does he call you names when you have a fight?
If you answer is in affirmation to any of these questions, you are most likely a victim of emotional abuse. It is very important that you make an honest assessment of the reasons why you are in this relationship.
Are you in the relationship because you are scared of being alone or do you feel you would never find anyone good enough if you end it? Are you bearing the burden of this relationship only because you are financially dependent on him? Or are you not able to get out of this relationship because every time you try he throws emotional scenes and you get swept away by his insincere promises?
If these are the reasons you are still in the relationship, it is time to take charge of your life and your happiness and move on. Indeed, easier said than done but considering the damage this relationship is doing to you, it is really not worth wasting even a day in it. Make yourself strong, do things that boost your confidence. Take up a job if you are not financially independent. Do not worry real love will definitely find you some day but for the time being he is really not worth it.