Even if you haven’t, I think it’s good to know the early signs of an abusive relationship that might help you in your marriage.The fact is that often times you might not even come to know that you’re going through an abusive relationship, and this goes for both, men and women.If you suspect you may be in a physically abusive relationship, watch for these warning signs: There is no excuse for your boyfriend or girlfriend to hurt you. An abusive relationship usually can't be fixed unless the abuser recognizes his actions and is willing to work on his behavior.
Sexual abuse can happen outside the bedroom, too, with demands for you to change into sexy clothing before going out or forcing you to engage in public displays of affection that make you uncomfortable.
Some clear sign of sexual abuse include: Although physical violence is an obvious sign of an abusive relationship, the person behind the violence will often make excuses or blame the victim for the hostility.
The worst you can expect from your partner is an abusive relationship.
Physical abuse is bad and it’s apparent when it happens.
Abusive relationships can happen to both men and women at any age.
Knowing the signs of abuse and what to do if you spot them in your relationship or the relationship of a loved one can quickly help put a stop to it.
Yes, the signs of emotional abuse could be so subtle.
But there are some warning signs of emotional abuse in a relationship that can help you foresee what you’re getting into.
According to Wikipedia, emotional abuse is a form of abuse, characterized by a person subjecting, or exposing, another person to behavior that may result in psychological trauma, including anxiety, chronic depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder.
An abuser is also a human, but he or she has a complex and destructive problem that no one should underestimate.
However, the sooner you recognize the signs of emotional abuse, the better.