Dating emotionally abusive man
In a healthy relationship: A healthy partner is not excessively jealous and does not make you feel guilty when you spend time with family and friends.
A healthy partner encourages you to achieve your goals and does not resent your accomplishments.
Drawing the line between unhealthy and abusive can be hard.
If you think your relationship is going in the wrong direction, check out the warning signs of abuse.
Sept 2013 - All of the above still applies but now I am more willing to say that I was emotionally abused at home.
I was also physically abused at school (hit with a board on two occasions by teachers) and I was sexually abused by a university professor.
In any case, I hope this page helps raise people's awareness.In some cases, neither the abuser nor the victim are fully aware it's happening.The most obvious scenario for emotional abuse is in an intimate relationship in which a man is the abuser and the woman is the victim.Nothing is more damaging to your confidence and self-esteem than being in an emotionally abusive relationship.
Unlike physical abuse which rears its ugly head in dramatic outbursts, emotional abuse can be more insidious and elusive.
Just because there is no physical abuse in your relationship doesn’t mean it’s healthy.