Domestic violence, also called domestic abuse, includes physical, emotional, and sexual abuse in couple relationships or between family members. When people think of domestic abuse, they often focus on domestic violence. But domestic abuse includes any attempt by one person in a marriage or intimate relationship to dominate and control the other. Domestic violence and abuse are used for one purpose and one purpose only: to gain and maintain total control over you. An abuser doesn't "lay fair". An abuser uses fear, guilt, shame, and intimidation to wear you down and keep you under their thumb.
How we can escape from that? This book will a helpful source of information for you.
This compact guide cuts out a lot of noise and gets straight to the point, which makes it a fast and easy read. It focuses on different aspects of abuse consisting of:
- red flags which can possibly lead to an abusive relationship. These are merely flags that have the potential to turn into abuse and not a guarantee the person with these traits will be abusive, as most people will likely display one or two of the flags
- clearly lays out what abusive behavior is. It can be quite difficult for a victim to see abuse when they are in the thick of it because they are typically caught in the middle of manipulation, confusion, and self-doubt brought on by the abuser.
- Why victims stay.
- common things you can expect and prepare for when considering leaving an abusive relationship.
- how to find yourself again after leaving with tips for healing.
- attracting abusive partners and how to break the pattern.
- and more
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