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Emotional abuse & How T0 Get Out Understanding Emotional abuse & How to Get Out

In this eBook you’ll gain an understanding of emotional abuse & how to identify the abuse, and learn the places that can help you get out.

By Author Thomas Frost


Emotional Abuse & How to Get Out!!! Contents Chapter 1 (What is Emotional Abuse in Relationships?) ........................................................................... 4 Chapter 2 (The Causes of Emotional Abuse)............................................................................................. 5 Chapter 3(How to Identify Emotional Abuse in Your Relationship) ........................................................... 7 Humiliation:......................................................................................................................................... 8 Insults:................................................................................................................................................. 8 Controlling in Relationships: ................................................................................................................ 9 Controlling your Friends................................................................................................................... 9 Controlling who you’re .................................................................................................................... 9 Threating & Verbal fighting:............................................................................................................... 10 Ridicule in Relationships: ................................................................................................................... 10 Isolation in Relationships: .................................................................................................................. 10 Exploiting in Relationships: ................................................................................................................ 11 Corrupting in Relationships:............................................................................................................... 11 Terrorizing in Relationships:............................................................................................................... 12 Rejecting in relationships:.................................................................................................................. 12 Denying Emotional Responsiveness: .................................................................................................. 12 Gas Lighting in Relationships:............................................................................................................. 12 Chapter 4 (How to get help for emotional abuse) .................................................................................. 13 Chapter 5 (Am I Being Emotionally Abused) ........................................................................................... 15 Chapter 6(Planning a safe exit from emotionally abusive relationship) .................................................. 17

Š 2012 Thomas Frost


Introduction to Emotional Abuse in Relationships…

Dealing with emotional abuse can be very damaging in a person’s life, and the reason for this is due to the psychological affect that it has on a person’s life in the present; and after the fact. Emotional abuse breaks a person’s spirit down very slowly, and this can cause significant pain on an individual. This can attack confidence that the person has for themselves, and make them second guess who they’re and what they deserve out of their lives. A lot of people over look emotional abuse when they see it, because they think that it is only an argument between two people in a relationship. There is so much more to it than just that, because this is the building block before it turns into psychical abuse later down the road.

Let us view this quote from Keith Urban, “So what made you think you could just take a life and push it around? I guess to build yourself up so high, you had to take her, and break her down.”

This quote has great meaning, because it talks about some key points like pushing someone else’s life around; and breaking a person down emotionally. There is a huge problem with emotional abuse around the world in relationships. Emotional abuse has been around for centuries throughout history, and still to this day seems to still get over looked. This write is meant to help us focus the light on a subject that should be more discussed around the world, because if we can stop emotional abuse we can put an end to psychical abuse along with it for good. Some of these tactics include what is called gas lighting which we will get into later in the upcoming chapters of this eBook. The main thing that is important to note is that many people in today’s society suffer from emotional abuse. Therefore the goal is to make sure that you never have to be emotionally abused in any part of your life. So you will never appear like the picture I am going to show you below.


The main thing is that we as people understand the emotional abuse concepts so that we can stop this in our relationships. Let me layout an example in the following paragraph under this section.

The example I can give you is the suppression of women in the work force, from our history during the old ages. Men back the used insults along with manipulation of media to suppress women from being able to go to work. As we know back then the work environment was ruled by males, which at the time men thought women should stay at home and just raise their families. Because it was noted that women could not do the same jobs as their opposite sex could; which we now know to be totally untrue. This again happened to be a power struggle because men ruled the working environment around the world during that time. During this time we saw ridicule, suppression, and isolation. Remember these are all traits of emotional abuse found early in our history.

Now we’re in the present day where emotional abuse is still running strong within every culture, and found in every part of the world today. The causes of emotional abuse remain the same just found in many different fields now days. So let us remove the struggle for power over another individual, and hence we can remove emotional abuse from our culture for good; and live in happiness which is what every person truly deserves within their lives. So walk with me as we continue down this path of understanding emotional abuse; and I promise we shall shed light on this problem once and for all.

My main thing I would like to accomplish here is to inform you the best I can about emotional abuse. So please feel free to go to the link here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychological_abuse and take the time to read through this slowly this will assist you in understanding the things discussed in this eBook.

So let us move onto the first chapter in the book on emotional abuse. The chapter we will be opening with is called “What is Emotional abuse?” So come along and let’s take this journey together as a team.


Chapter 1 (What is Emotional Abuse in Relationships?) What is emotional abuse? Well to provide answers to this question we must look deeper into the subject and get an overview on it. For the most part emotional abuse is about power and dis-control. Power makes many people feel like they’re in charge of things, which is why it appeals to the abuser; because it makes them feel something like a god. This is the goal for them they want to get power and control over you to make them self’s feel good that they have worth in their eyes.

Because they need to feel like you can’t live without them which is why they use verbal abuse to test you on how much you will take from them. Once they’ve an ideal of how far they can push you they will bring you to this peak over and over until you increase how far they can push you even higher. Their goal is to get you to a point where you will take anything they throw at you no matter how damaging it might be to your psychological state of mind.

Power and control is throughout history, this is the ground work for emotional abuse which then does not even just stop there; but grows much worse as time goes on. Dominant behavior is also a form of emotional abuse this is done by taking people away from friends and family, and any type of your support systems. This is a very powerful tactic of emotional abuse, and is used in mostly ever y case of emotional abuse. Jealous behavior in also to do with emotional abuse, often your partner will accuse you of cheating or having other parallel relations. There is many ways this can be seen remember it counts if this is your partners repeated patterns. Ask yourself is my partner always accusing me of cheating or trying to flirt even when I am not doing anything close. Jealousy happens in relationships but there is a difference because emotional abusers will do this all the time not just from time to time.

Also look to see how they treat you when you public, and also around other people in your day to day lives. Often it is seen that emotional abusers often mistreat their partners; and belittle them well in the company of others. Emotional abuse is psychological attacking of a person in order to break them down or make them feel less worthy of a great life. Emotional abuse is very nasty if allowed to go on unnoticed. By understanding what this is used for we can deal with it in a more direct manner. No one has a right to abuse anyone in life always remember that at the end of every day. So now that we have an ideal of what emotional abuse is let’s move on


Further into this book; and build on what we have learned so far. So it is time to take action toward enlightenment.

Chapter 2 (The Causes of Emotional Abuse)

Society and cultural values along with religion contribute to the causes of emotional abuse in their own ways.

From a society point of view we hold the hunting of power in high regard; because to have power is seen as success in one’s life. Let’s take a look in our history for a moment to see some important facts that should be pointed out. Males for a long time have been aggressive in their nature because we’re said to need some form of dominance to feel important in some light. This is why we find more of males participating in emotional abuse as the aggressor. Some of this happen because they view in this age is that if you don’t have power then you’re in some way lower than your counterpart who does have power. This has left males searching for power in any form that they can get it, and sometimes that means using emotional abuse in order to achieve power in their lives. Even know in some way we know unconsciously that this is wrong way to go about getting that element of power.

We all know that the mistreatment of another person is wrong; but there is this need in society to have some sort of status and power. In some cases males don’t even know they’re being emotionally abusive to their partners. This misunderstanding of what power is has caused us to search for it by mistreatment of our partners when the real meaning of power is found in uplifting your partner. Domination is wrong and is a leading cause found in emotional abuse.

Religion also has a part in this cause it is a belief that males are above women in the contexts of dominance of household. We have seen that throughout history religion has proven that women were viewed as care givers but not seen in any power roles. This is true by looking at the fact that still to this day women can’t be a high priest because it is a role only given to men. This shows another form of dominance to keep males only in power. Through this some men can misunderstand and go home thinking they have more power than their wife and have a right to control their wives. This is what happens when we give one of the sexes more power over the other. All of this is throughout our history


And ever know we have change many things in this current age this component is still alive today. So how are we to stop emotional abuse if we’re still in some way teaching still to this day?

The next example is cultural abuse; this has so value because it focuses on bringing someone down. We see this by looking at some forms of parenting. For example a mom may try to teach the kid math, and then give someone trouble for not understanding the material; and call them dumb or stupid because they do not understand what you’re teaching them. This can go even farther if you spank or give them a time out because they’re not working hard enough. What happens is you begin to make that individual second guess them self’s; and make them think they have not value. This is very damaging to a person even if it does not really seem like it can have a great effect. This one happens every day in a relationship by calling your partner dumb or stupid for not understanding you. This can be avoided by taking the time to explain to them better and investing some time into your relationship.

There are many causes of emotional abuse, but most of the time you will find that a lot of them have to do with gaining some sort of power or tittle. So if you look deep enough there is a way to stop emotional abuse and that is to not search for anything to do with getting power over another person; or in your relationships.


Chapter 3(How to Identify Emotional Abuse in Your Relationship)

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Humiliation Insults Controlling Threatens & Verbal Fighting Ridicule Isolation Exploiting Corrupting Terrorizing Rejecting Denying Emotional Responsiveness Gas Lighting

These’re some elements of emotional abuse, right now we’re going to give deeper examples of this so you will be able to identify if you’re in an emotional abusive Relationship. After you gain the background information you will be able to tell when you’re being abused, and this is the first step to changing that; and removing emotional abuse from your life.


Humiliation: Anything that attacks your pride or dignity is a form of humiliation whether it is in public or in private. One example of this could be that when you come home and inform your partner that you got promoted at your job, and they turn around and say something like you’re too dumb to handle a position like that. The reason this is humiliation is because it is a shot at your pride, because you’re proud of yourself and what you accomplished. Also nasty jokes in public at your expense are a huge form of humiliation. We’re overlooking this lot of the time by thinking to our self that my partner is just being funny; but truth is it is unacceptable. There is no reason or justification that can make this seem like ok behavior at no point no matter what. We often find our self-letting this slide a lot of the time; and all we are showing them is that it is ok to emotionally abuse you whenever it can get the a laugh or two. We must stop humiliation our partners in order to stop emotional abuse; because what you might find funny your partner can really get hurt by and you would not even know it. So don’t let anyone humiliate you at any point because it is wrong and you don’t deserve it ever.

Insults: Insults are a form of indignity or contempt which means to offend another person’s character. This happens all the time in emotional abusive relationships. Insults come in many different forms some are attacks on your knowledge, and some are things about weight or look. There is some to do with the clothes you wear or how you smell. This relates in some way to things we see in bulling in high school. So when someone is picking on you during you relationship they’re using insults to emotionally abuse you and that is never right. In some way we all have done this at some point but the difference is emotional abusers do this all the time. They have patterns that never change so if you’ve told them that they’re doing this too often; and they ignore you when you bring it up then chances are you’re in an emotional abusive relationship and you need to leave this a.s.a.p. because it never gets any better. Insults can deeply scare a person for life just look at what happens to kids that are bullied in high school; and you will see that this is no good for you to be putting yourself through. Watch out for the insults and make sure you bring it up to your partner and see how the react; if they say you’re crazy your better of leaving the relationship.


Controlling in Relationships:

Controlling happens in many ways here we will outline a few ways it is used in emotional abuse. This will help you be able to see if it is happening to you in your current situation. Economic Control: This is done by taking you independence out of your life. One way they do this is by telling you that you don’t need to work they will handle all the bills for the household. The reason they do this is so that you’ll not have any say later on in the relationship; and so that they can use this in the future if you ever try to leave. Because it is hard for you to leave when you have no income to move out with or even search for a place of your own. This element helps them gain great control of you and your relationship. This is not a great position for you to put yourself in always have an out plan in case you ever need to leave your relationship. This is important never put yourself out in anyway; always have a backup plan for your safety. Controlling your Friends: Friends are important to everyone in the world they support you in your day to day life. So your partner will start off disrespecting your friends; and using ridicule to drive them apart from you. Sometimes the will be friend them so they can use them later on to keep tabs on where you’re and what you’re doing; and who you’re doing it with. When you start to see this it is important for you to have a sit down with your friends and let them know what is going on. This way their eyes will be open, and they will be there to help you when it is time for you to move on. Make sure you stop this element quick cause it is very damaging if they get your friends on their side. Controlling who you’re: A lot of times your partner will start picking on the things you wear, and telling or demanding you to change what you’re wearing; because they don’t approve. I know you might at this time do it so you don’t make them mad; but don’t because this is a form of control and lead to even stronger emotional abuse later. This is always the start of even more controlling and may lead to physical abuse later in the future because you’re giving you power away; and what you’re telling them is you’re ok with them controlling you.

Also they may try to control you from attending any event like clubs, concerts any venues that take you out of the house or their sight for a while. They feel that if they get the control they have power; and that only leaves them wanting even more. So watch out for these areas so you can best fight these things off; and not leave yourself open for emotional control tactics.


Threating & Verbal fighting: Verbal fighting is also a form of emotional abuse in a relationship, which also has the component of threating. We see this when looking at many couples when they’re fighting in public areas. One thing we often see is one of the partners threating to leave or threating to hit the other person. All of this can be very damaging to the psychological mind and its state. We often see a lot of verbal abuse by use of profanity and swear words. Calling someone a bitch or asshole is an emotionally abusive trait. Many of us have grown into thinking this is just normal but it couldn’t be farther from the truth. Any type of threat no matter how big or small is abusive no matter the material that is being used. This is used by the abuser to run the other person down or break their spirit. This should be stopped right away before it even has a chance to grow; because if it is allowed to grow as I said before it only makes the person want even more, which is not good for you. So if this is happening to you make sure you make it known that you’ll not take being verbally attacked or threatened in any way. This will take this tactic out of the equation, and allow you to feel safer and if they refuse to change then it is time for you to leave right away.

Ridicule in Relationships: Ridicule is a form of making fun of someone by use of mockery or derision which in any light should not be allowed. How can someone love you if every day they mock you in public or in private? Truth is they can’t and therefore you should not allow them to make fun of you in anyway even if they say I am only joking; that is no reason to be bringing some you claim you love down period. Ridicule can have a long lasting effect long after the relationship ends; because this form seems to stick with people even after they leave the partnership. So never let your partner ridicule you and make sure that you tell them that you’re not going to take it at all. They need to know this is bad behavior at the end of the day period.

Isolation in Relationships: You can thing of isolation like being in prison behind bars, the reason I say it like this is because you become isolated from the world and different environments that you use to go to all the time. Example of this is when your partner starts telling you that you can’t go out with anyone else but him from now on. This means that you can’t go anyplace unless you take him with you; and it also means that they will drive away all of your friends & family. They do this so that they can be in control of everything you do and when you do it. This is also crazy making stuff because you begin to believe you don’t have anyone only him so you move closer to the abuser instead of moving towards the people that loves you the most. Never let anyone isolate you


away from anything in your life the outcome is never good; and will never be good at any time. So never let this happen in your relationship.

Exploiting in Relationships: Exploiting can happen at any time during a relationship, one way this happens for example is your partner doesn’t work at all instead lives off of you and your income. The reason it is exploiting is because they’re choosing to use you for your money and the roof over their head that you supply them with out of love. They also can exploit you in a different way like using you only for sexual satisfaction which means that if you were not giving the sex then they would have no use for you this happens a lot; and is used by an emotional abuser a lot of the time. The reason for this is because for the most part it goes unnoticed. Most people think I don’t mind helping my partner out till they get work; but there is a difference between helping someone out and them living off of you which we normally don’t see at first. The only time it usually becomes clear is when we get to a breaking point where we say enough is enough. By then we see that the emotional abuser then starts treating us even worse because they want to scare us away from the ideal that we’re being exploited by them. So making sure you notice how you can be exploited is a great step to solving this problem. Note that exploiting can be damaging and therefore we should not allow this to continue at all because it show our partner that they can do whatever they want unto us. So to change this you must first ask yourself a question. Do I like being exploited in my relationship? Never let people exploit you.

Corrupting in Relationships: Corruption is a form of being dishonest, this can also mean morally rotten. Any time your partner is taking part in being dishonest toward you does not have your benefit in heart. There is many ways dishonesty can show itself one is cheating of course, and another could be lying about where they have been for the last hour. Any form of corruption is no good for your relationship cause as they say lying only bring up more lying. So keep a close eye on how many lies your partner tells and are they for your partners benefit ; and if they’re you might be getting corrupted but if you’re reading this well then they will have a harder time pulling the wool over your eyes now . Just remember nothing comes out of corruption accept bad intensions.


Terrorizing in Relationships: This means to control by use of terrorizing, this can be done by threating harm onto the partner or by use of threating to take their own lives if you leave them. This is a form of control by using you fear to their advantage. They do this to keep you from leaving usually. Terrorizing has the chance to grow into something much bigger like psychical abuse. When you see this in your relationship make sure you bring it up right away and if they do not does anything to change then leave A.S.A.P; because this is going to turn into you putting yourself in harm’s way. Never accept any form of terrorizing in your relationships.

Rejecting in relationships: Inducing terror or extreme fear in a person; coercing by intimidation; placing or threatening to place a person in an unfit or dangerous environment. Examples: forcing a partner to watch violent acts toward other family members or pets; threatening to leave, physically hurt or kill a person, pets or people she / he cares about; threatening to destroy a person's possessions; threatening to have a person deported or put in an institution; stalking.

Denying Emotional Responsiveness: Failing to provide care in a sensitive and responsive manner; being detached and uninvolved; interacting only when necessary; ignoring a person's mental health needs. Examples: ignoring a partner’s attempt to interact; failing to show affection, caring and / or love for a partner; treating a senior who lives in an institution as though she / he is an object or a job to be done.

Gas Lighting in Relationships: Gas lighting is a tactic the emotional abuser uses to make you second guess yourself as well as your own memories and perceptions. The Goal is to make you believe your wrong even when your 100% right. You second guess yourself and feel a lot of draining confusion. It’s often implied by your partner that you are inconsiderate, disrespectful, or too sensitive. And then you begin to feel like life feels out of whack, but you can’t pinpoint the cause. These’re all common


things when your partner is gas lighting and trying to manipulate you in your relationship. Never let gas lighting happen in your relationship because it is referred to as “Crazy making shit.”

Chapter 4 (How to get help for emotional abuse) Firstly let me say that before I layout this section I want to note that you should do this part keeping safety first. Remember getting out and seeking help is a great thing, but always make sure that you have put your safety first. We want to get you out of emotional abuse in a way that still keeps you safe. The first thing you’ve at your disposal is help lines that deal with people who’re suffering from emotional abusive relationships; Remember that it is always great to have support when dealing with emotional abuse. Here is a link to a website where you can locate all of the helpline numbers no matter where you live. http://www.hotpeachpages.net/usa/index.html this will provide you with the support of a helpline and make sure you get the phone number for your Area.


Another way you can seek help is by contacting a shelter because they all deal with emotional abusive relationships and will help you get a place to stay. The link I put above also lists shelters worldwide and deals with everything relate to any type of abuse. Use this to you advantage because no one deserves to be abused.

By using things like helplines and shelter you increase your chance of getting out of emotional abusive relationships, and get to start a better life away from your abusive partner. I thought the link above would be best because it goes worldwide and can help anyone no matter how far they live.

Another way to get help is to get support from your close loved ones and family. Friends are also good to turn too cause they can help you get out. The reason I say this is because your friends will give you a place to stay well you’re removing yourself away from the abuser. And your family of course will always be there to help you in your time of need. But if you can’t turn to family or friends use the link for that website and gets some help ‘’ please’’.

Also important is when you’ve left the relationship you must change the ways you’ve taken to work; and maybe relocating if possible to give your abuser time to get over you and the fact you’re gone. Change the way you go to your places and the paths you take so that your expartner will not be able to track you down or stalk you. You don’t want to have any contact with the abuser change all your phone numbers; and tell your friend that they’re not to give it out to anyone no matter what. This way you can feel safe that your ex has no way of getting into contact with you period. Changing your patterns might be hard at first but once you get it done you will feel so much more relaxed and healthy in living your life. When making the move to getting out try to find any time possible to get out away from your abuser lie if you have too, this way you have the time to search and set up your support team or call helplines. Getting help is easy, but I understand it might be hard to get away from your abuser; and I know that you can do it if you just focus your mind you will find ways to get away from the abuser long enough to seek the help you need. And if you’re left with no choice call 911 if they will not let you leave, and lock your room door and wait for the police to arrive because you never know when it might turn violent. Make sure to always put your safety first and do these things in a safe manner.


Chapter 5 (Am I Being Emotionally Abused)

Here we will inform you whether you’re in emotional abusive relationships these following areas you should take note of to discover if you’re in an emotionally abusive Relationship. Emotional abuse is a form of abuse in which a partner uses verbal assault, fear, or humiliation to undermine the other person's self-esteem and self-worth. Emotional abuse is every bit as damaging as physical abuse. I am going to list some things here and if the match then you is facing an emotionally abusive partnership.

1) You're afraid to tell your partner about a normal happening - your car needs brakes, your boss made you work overtime - because you're not sure how he will react. 2) When you do talk to your significant other, he puts you down and makes you feel stupid. 3) You make yourself available to your partner no matter what the personal cost - just to avoid a confrontation. 4) You no longer want to bring your significant other around your friends or family because you're afraid he will berate you and humiliate you in front of your loved ones. 5) You've begun to believe that you're the crazy one -- that you're the one with the problem. 6) When talking about an accomplishment - a promotion or something equally exciting - your partner sneers at you, putting you down, mocking your achievement rather than celebrating it. 7) You feel helpless, like you're trapped in the relationship. 8) Your partner treats you like an object, like property, not like a person with real feelings. 9) Your partner keeps a tight control on all things: money, the phone, using the car, which you see and what you do. 10) If you fight back, your significant other blames you for the abusive behavior. "If you weren't so dumb, I wouldn't have to yell at you."


11) You've begun to see yourself as worthless -- just like your partner tells you are. 12) You'll go out of your way to please your significant other, no matter how much you have to sacrifice. If that means staying up all night to wash the floor, so be it. It beats the "lecture." 13) You're in complete isolation. Your partner doesn't want you around your friends or family and has convinced you that THEY are the ones who are abusive to you - not him. 14) You've begun to feel as though you deserve to be treated badly. If you were a better person, you wouldn't make him so mad! 15) You find yourself having to rush to his defense whenever he is brought up in conversation. You make excuses for his behavior regardless of the situation. Now if you’re facing these things within you partnership then you is in an emotional abusive relationship and you need to act on it as soon as possible; and remove yourself from this bad relationship for you own health and life.

Emotional abuse can damage every aspect of your life, and if you say in the relationship you’re only telling you partner that what they’re doing to you and that it is ok. You and I both know that no one should be treated in this manner so let’s step forward and get out of this disaster and start living our true life with people that love us.


Chapter 6(Planning a safe exit from emotionally abusive relationship)

Plan a safe exit from your emotionally abusive relationship. You may face added problems depending on how serious your relationship is. For example, if you live in the same house, you will have to find shelter, and if you have children you may need to hire a lawyer to get custody. Find a friend's house to stay in, or if you have your own place, move or change the locks. Do not tell the abuser that you are planning to leave, as this may make the situation escalate.

Cut off contact with the abuser. Ideally, you should not talk to your partner or respond to any of her attempts to contact you. After you get out, an emotional abuser may beg forgiveness and promise to change. This is a common manipulation tactic; never believe it until you actually see the change. An emotional abuser may also stalk you or threaten to harm you; if that happens, call the police. If you need to have contact with your abuser (for example, to work out a custody agreement), never meet with her alone. Always take a friend to redirect the conversation if she gets out of hand--and, if possible, a tape recorder for evidence.

These are all important steps to consider when trying to get out of an emotionally abusive relationship, and things you must give some thought to so that you do it safely. When you’ve children they become number one, and it is important you get out fast if this is the case before the abuse turns toward your children.

Remember that you may have to make many changes to the way you do things, and also the way your drive to go see your mom you may now have no choice but to take a different route. Also try not to go to your old favorite hangout spots or restaurants, because your abuser might know these spot and visit there often to see if you show up and any point. Make sure you also distance yourself as far away as psychically possible. Keep in mind this all has to do with you making a better life for yourself, and if you’ve kids them too. Nobody should be abused period.

There are many different forms to getting out of an emotionally abusive relationship. You can go attend a support group and listen to testimonials of other women who got out of their emotionally abusive relationship. By referring back to how to get help from being emotionally abuse, you can use that website link to aid you in finding the help to get out of your emotionally abusive relationship.


If you find yourself experiencing any of the common signs lay down in identifying the emotional abuse, then you must leave that relationship right away. No matter what signs they may be showing the emotional abuse should not be tolerated at any time. When you find yourself second guessing who you are and your beliefs that means it is time to leave that relationship. Also if your partner always blames you for how they treat you then it is time for you to move on, and leave them too debate with them self. When your partner constantly verbally abuses you at every chance they get then there is no reason to stay in this relationship any longer.

When your partner refuses to change their ways, then starts blaming you for what they do this is a form of gas lighting. This then shows you that they don’t want to stop the emotionally abusing you. It is at this time a better choice for you to leave this relationship. The point is that it your partner truly wanted to change they would do so by them showing you this they reveal that there will be no chance for them to think about changing their ways. So at this point it is time for you to pack your stuff up and go live a healthier life.

No matter what there is a point that it is time to leave, and this point is when you’ve tried to talk to your partner; and they keep on blaming you for everything then it is time for you to leave your relationship. Nobody should be emotionally abused, and if your partner seems to not even care then you should leave them in the dust and go start your new life. People like this only search for one thing and that is power & control so let them go search for it else were but not with you. Be strong and take charge don’t let anyone emotionally batter you at any point. When you remember the identifying section of this book look for them signs; and talk to your partner and if you see no change the pack your bags and leave cause you will be better off.

Thank you for sharing this journey into emotional abuse with me, and I hope that one day we can get rid of this damaging area in relationships; and truly love one another. And a special thank you for purchasing this EBook.



Emotional Abuse & How To Get Out