Psychological violence is a form of violence in which a person insults, humiliates, blackmails and manipulates others, resulting in psychological trauma, social isolation and low self-esteem.
40% of the population is subjected to domestic violence, of course, men can suffer from it, but most of those affected by abuse are women. In the early stages, this nightmare can be stopped! Below are the signs that will make you realize that you have a liar, a manipulator and a tyrant in front of you:
1.Game: “feel guilty”‼ ️
Innocent resentments, eyes on the floor, ignorance are the basic rules of this terrible game. The Manipulator can disappear, and come back to tell you that he needed to “be alone.” Look carefully, it makes you feel guilty;
2. Actions are stronger than words‼ ️
Not every tyrant is able to control his emotions and solve problems democratically. When, after another scandal, the tyrant starts to show his best qualities and convince you with gifts, think, maybe he will buy you with these gifts? And the more such “chivalrous deeds” in your relationship, the worse for you. Most likely, you are just cheated with gifts;
3. An inferiority complex‼ ️
In an abuser-led relationship, partners often develop an inferiority complex. In other words, mentally abused people begin to feel like children in need of custody. They start monitoring you and limiting you completely.
Are you late for work? – be prepared for a lot of phone calls – you need to report on your actions and movements. Be realistic – this is not a manifestation of a concern for you but of total control!
4. Ridicule‼ ️
If your boyfriend likes to tell nice and funny stories about you, there is nothing wrong with that, because the stories are very funny, it is scary if your partner ignores your requests “not to tell anyone about it”!
5. Constantly feeling guilty‼ ️
You literally walk around a boyfriend on tiptoe, because you don’t know exactly what might upset him. It can be a scandal if your partner forgot their home keys or for unpaid bills. You seem to be to blame for all the trials of life, so you apologize even for the fact that road traffic and travel has risen in price!
6. You are underestimated‼ ️
Do you want to learn foreign languages? What languages! And then where with these languages? At the grocery store ?. Of course, these are just examples and exaggerations, but sometimes the fact remains that the person you love should appreciate you and support your interests, and we have already talked about ridicule!
7. Without compassion‼ ️
Increasingly, you have begun to notice that it is easier to get through problems on your own, because there is no support from your partner.
8. Resentments from the past‼ ️
The loved one lives with upsets from the past, and categorically refuses to forgive all moral debts, so he prepares something grandiose – for example, a psychological blackmail.
9. The long-awaited loneliness‼ ️
If your partner goes for a few days on a business trip or a visit to your mother and you start to feel light, freer in your actions, the taste of life appears, the mood improves then no matter how trivial it may sound, maybe that it’s time to break up.
From childhood, we know that the wolf can hide in sheepskin, but many people forget about it for some reason. In innocent words and deeds, the premises for danger and lies are sometimes slipped. Real feelings are hidden in the details. Watch your relationship. Find the strength to fight back in the early stages, otherwise your love ship will go with a stone at the bottom.
If you have questions or need psychological assistance call the phone numbers: 025220308 or 079000118