10 Signs Of An Abusive Relationship

10 Signs Of An Abusive Relationship. No one plans to enter into an abusive relationship. Many are victims of abuse because the warning signs were ignored. It’s easier to avoid being a victim if you’re able to detect the early signs of an abusive relationship.

1. Controlling Partner

When your partner interrogates you intensely about who you talked to and where you were. Checks mileage on the car, keeps all the money or asks for receipts, and insists you ask for permission to go anywhere or do anything.

2. Verbal Abuse

Just because they are not physically hitting you does not mean it is not abuse. It is abuse when your partner constantly criticizes you or says cruel things. He degrades, curses and calls you ugly names. He will use vulnerable points about your past or current life against you.

3. Criticism

No one is perfect, and the closer you become with someone, the more conspicuous his or her imperfections will become. There is nothing wrong with criticism that comes from a positive place.When criticism is used as a channel to express contempt or disdain for someone else, it can make the other person feel worthless.

4. Arguing

We all know that yelling over each other won’t get you anywhere.It’s natural to get upset and argue, but if there’s no exchange of communication and neither party conveys why he or she feels how he or she does, nothing will be solved.

5. Negative Energy

Feeling uncomfortable or tense around someone is just your body reacting to the negative energy surrounding the two of you. Negativity can drain you mentally, physically and emotionally.

6. Avoiding Each Other

At the bare minimum, you should be able to tolerate your SO’s presence. If you can’t even bring yourself to be around him or her, you should really just call it quits.

7. You’re Not Yourself

Change will happen regardless. When you’re in a relationship, even if you both change, you should be going in the same direction. If your relationship changes you, it should only make you a better version of yourself. If you feel like you’re losing yourself or you don’t recognize who you are anymore, it’s not healthy.

8. You Only Think About Making Him/Her Happy

Once you hit your 20s, relationships are a trial run for marriage. You should be able to see potential in spending the rest of your life with your significant other. You should want to make your SO happy, but it should be a two-way street. Your happiness should mean his or her happiness and vice versa.. Happiness should be mutual.

9. You Can’t Seem To Do Anything Right

Once you get to the point where you feel like everything you do upsets him or annoys her, and you’re tiptoeing around in your own relationship, you need to understand that you aren’t the problem.There is something with which your significant other is unhappy and he or she isn’t communicating that to you. Until he or she is honest with why he or she is really frustrated, nothing you do will seem to be enough.

10. You’re just not happy anymore

What it really comes down to is happiness. You don’t have to justify why you aren’t happy anymore.It isn’t realistic to expect to be happy in every moment of your relationship, but as a whole, this person should make you happier. He or she should make you feel supported and capable of doing whatever the hell it is you want to do.

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