Spot Subtle Emotional Abuse: Bullying Is Not Love
Verbal abuse causes emotional abuse for sure, which is one of the common forms of domestic violence. As to verbal bullying, it includes the usage of demeaning words, habitual criticising, name-calling, and controlling access to family and friends. Domestic violence happens more often and universal than most people thought. Domestic homicide is something we have to prevent and pay attention to. Here’s another female victim of domestic homicide.
While love is worth fighting for, some relationships may be too toxic to be saved. －Lacey Johnson
Oftentimes, the abused lose the ability to identify what is real love and fake love, especially if she is situated in a limited social family circle. All abusive relationships are toxic and dysfunctional. There’s no love but controlling and bullying. Stop let anyone abuse you in the name of love. That’s not true. Love is about supporting each other with tenderness. Be aware of the fact that verbal abuse and domestic violence are far from normal. Do not rationalize the dangerous behaviours of the abuser.
Violence Is Crime
It’s a verified fact that intimate-partner violence generally takes place behind closed doors. Abusive relationships are very complex and nuanced because the abusers are good at earning forgiveness from the abused. Many female victims tend to forgive what is unforgivable. There’s forgivable and unforgivable and that’s why some people will be sent to hell and take their punishment.
The Advice to the Abused
You are kind and tender. You are compassionate and full of love. The life lesson for you is to be brave.
Dr. Phillip says she has witnessed clients allow themselves to live in toxic marriages with partners who refuse to change. She adds, “Relationships are not meant to be hurtful, frightening, or even especially hard work. And everyone deserves so much more than a life of ‘settling for it.” Everyone deserved to be treated with respect.
Women are the majority of domestic violence victims in every country. According to a 2016 report by Ontario’s chief coroner, Among all homicides, more than 80 percent of victims were women. Couples with a history of domestic violence were around three times more likely to be killed.
Common Signs of a Toxic Marriage
- Your partner is hypercritical after getting married.
- You lose your confidence and inner peace in the relationship.
- You are confused and stressful about the relationship that you consider ending it many times
- Sometimes, you are afraid to make a conversation with your partner.
- You suffer more loneliness when you are in this relationship than being alone.
- The relationship is highly argumentative, especially after getting married.
- You feel insecure.
- Your partner does not trust in your faithfulness.
- Your partner tends to use demeaning words in communication and conversation.
- Your partner never apologizes.
- Intimacy is completely missing.
- You dare not have any deep conversation with him for the sake of conflict avoidance. That’s a sign that you are afraid of irritating your partner.
- There’s hidden fear in the relationship.
- Your rights to make your day-to-day decisions are invaded and deprived by your partner.
- You are always the one asked to make compromises.
- You are not respected by your partner.
- Your partner ignores your boundary.
- Your partner disempowers your individuality for being an adult.
- You partner tend to isolate you from other family members and friends by imiting your social circle unreasonably with a double standard.
The Dangers of Ending a Toxic Abusive Marriage
Dr. Elana Fric was a well-respected family physician. Before Dr. Elana Fric served her husband with divorce papers, she had suffered years of escalating emotional and physical abuse. Divorce papers potentially trigger the most explosive moment and breakup violence in an abusive relationship.
This murder case sparked dialogue about domestic violence. Marlene Ham, executive director of Ontario Association of Interval & Transition Houses, points out that intimate partner violence can appear in multiple forms, either in one explosive incident or a slow climb to danger.