#SinglesDate: \”Dealing with An Abusive Partner\” By Habiba

Hello Everyone, My Name is Habiba. It\’s a Privilege to be Here #SinglesDate

1. Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone, yet the problem is often overlooked, excused, or denied. #SinglesDate

2. This is especially true when the abuse is psychological, rather than physical. #SinglesDate

3.Noticing and acknowledging the signs of an abusive relationship is the first step to ending it. #SinglesDate

4.No one should live in fear of the person they love. #SinglesDate

5.Domestic abuse, also known as spousal abuse, occurs when one person in an intimate relationship or marriage tries to dominate and control the other person. #SinglesDate

6. Domestic abuse that includes physical violence is called domestic violence. #singlesDate

7.Domestic violence and abuse are used for one purpose only: to gain and maintain total control over you. #SinglesDate

8.An abuser doesn’t “play fair.” Abusers use fear, guilt, shame, and intimidation to wear you down. #SinglesDate

9.Your abuser may also threaten you, hurt you, or hurt those around you. #SinglesDate

10.Domestic violence and abuse does not discriminate. It happens among heterosexual couples and in same-sex partnerships. #SinglesDate

11. It occurs within all age ranges, ethnic backgrounds, and economic levels. And while women are more commonly victimized, men are also abused #SinglesDate

12. Especially verbally and emotionally, although sometimes even physically as well. #SinglesDate

13.The bottom line is that abusive behavior is never acceptable, whether it’s coming from a man, a woman, a teenager, or an older adult. #SinglesDate

14. You deserve to feel valued, respected, and safe. Recognizing abuse is the first step to getting help #SinglesDate

15.Domestic abuse often escalates from threats and verbal abuse to violence. #SinglesDate

16.And while physical injury may be the most obvious danger, #SinglesDate

17. The emotional and psychological consequences of domestic abuse are also severe. #SinglesDate

18.Emotionally abusive relationships can destroy your self-worth, lead to anxiety and depression, make you feel helpless and alone. #SingleDate

19.No one should have to endure this kind of pain and your first step to breaking free is recognizing that your situation is abusive. #SinglesDate

20.Once you acknowledge the reality of the abusive situation, then you can get the help you need. #SinglesDate

21.There are many signs of an abusive relationship. The most telling sign is fear of your partner. #SinglesDate

22. If you feel like you have to walk on eggshells around your partner constantly watching what you say and do in order to avoid a blow-up. #SinglesDate

23. When people talk about domestic violence, they are often referring to the physical abuse of a spouse or intimate partner. #SinglesDate

24.Physical abuse is the use of physical force against someone in a way that injures or endangers that person. #SinglesDate

25.Physical assault or battering is a crime, whether it occurs inside or outside of the family. #SinglesDate

26.Emotional abuse is a bigger problem than you think #SinglesDate

27.When people think of domestic abuse, they often picture battered women who have been physically assaulted. #SinglesDate

28. But not all abusive relationships involve violence. Just because you’re not battered and bruised doesn’t mean you’re not being abused. #SinglesDate

29.Many men and women suffer from emotional abuse, which is no less destructive. #SinglesDate

30.Unfortunately, emotional abuse is often minimized or overlooked even by the person being abused. #SinglesDate

31.you may feel that there is no way out of the relationship or that without your abusive partner you have nothing. #SinglesDate

32. You may think that physical abuse is far worse than emotional abuse, since physical violence can send you to the hospital & leave you with scars. #singlesDate

33. But, the scars of emotional abuse are very real, and they run deep. #SinglesDate

34. Getting out of an abusive or violent relationship isn’t easy. #SinglesDate

35.Why doesn’t she just leave? It’s the question many people ask when they learn that a woman is being battered and abused. #SinglesDate

36. But if you are in an abusive relationship, you know that it’s not that simple. Ending an important relationship is never easy. #SinglesDate

37. It’s even harder when you’ve been isolated from your family & friends, psychologically beaten down, financially controlled & physically threatened. #SinglesDate

38. Maybe you even blame yourself for the abuse or feel weak and embarrassed because you’ve stuck around in spite of it. #SinglesDate

39. Don’t be trapped by confusion, guilt, or self-blame. The only thing that matters is your safety. #SinglesDate

40. Build as strong a support system as you Can Whenever possible, get involved with people and activities outside your home. #SinglesDate

41. Be kind to yourself! Develop a positive way of looking at yourself and talking to yourself. #SinglesDate

42. Use affirmations to counter the negative comments you get from the abuser. Allow yourself time for doing things you enjoy. #SinglesDate

43. If you are being abused, remember You are not to blame for being battered or mistreated. #SinglesDate

44. You deserve to be treated with respect, You & Your Children deserve a safe and happy Home. #SinglesDate

45. You are not Alone There are people waiting to help. Thanks For having me @Relcapsules #SinglesDate

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