Violence or abuse in a relationship doesn’t appear at the beginning of a relationship, but builds slowly over time.
The more you give of yourself, sometimes the faster the red flags appear. No one ever plans or thinks of entering into an abusive relationship, and some of those who do get into one, swear never to enter into another relationship ever again. Sadly though, it often takes nearly five to seven acts of violence before a person leaves the abuser.
The worst you can expect from your partner is an abusive relationship.
Physical abuse is bad and it’s apparent when it happens.
People go through emotional abuse in marriage because they simply do not recognize its signs and symptoms. What are the signs and symptoms of emotional abuse?Besides, there are things that you too can do to keep away from such abusive relationships. I’ve often come across men and women who go through a lot in their relationship, whether it’s before or after marriage.Most of them tend to bear up things, not realizing that sooner or later serious issues arise in their relationship.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.It is recognized through various emotional abuse signs and symptoms.