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Things abusers say and do vary widely but you can always trust your gut.. If you feel intimidated, unloved, threatened, or hurt by your part...

Things Abusers Say And Do

"(Y/n) can i talk to you?" Ashton asked as you sat backstage reading a magazine. "Sure whats up?" he walked over to you and sat down. Ashton is your best friend and you have a small crush on him and the fact that you were their hairdresser made you even closer."So have you ever been in love?" he randomly blurted out. You crinkled your eyebrows at his sudden question. "Um yeah i have a few times? Why?" you curiously asked. He put his head down and then mumbled a bunch if words. "Huh?" you…

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Kyla Royal

This says it all. The bottom line is people deserve to be treated with respect. Any form of partner abuse is not okay.

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i was afraid of the drama my ex friend put me through and it was so bad that it nearly made me take my own life. i lost so much to her and now i am left with nothing...

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Recovery from Emotionally Abusive Relationships Education about Narcissists, Sociopaths, and other Toxic People. Don't be a victim, don't just survive, Thrive LET THIS BOARD BE YOUR AHA MOMENT, PLEASE SHARE!!!

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Abuse quote: Relationships are like glass. Sometimes it's better to leave them broken than try to hurt yourself putting it back together.

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Women Who Are Emotionally Abused | ... abuse is totally unacceptable but what about emotional abuse my

The Masculine Heart: Steven Stosny - Are You Emotionally Abusive?

1.Pay attention to how often you were right about a person or situation in the past (reminds you that your instincts are good.) 2.Decide what qualities you want in friends and partners (reminds you to pay attention to what you want). 3.Observe other people to to see if they behave in ways that prove they have the qualities you want (reminds you that talk is cheap). 4.Withhold personal information until you observe the qualities you want in a person (reminds you that you deserve privacy).

Trusting Yourself After An Abusive Relationship

If you or someone you love is being abused, or have questions about possible abuse, The National Domestic Violence Hotline can help. Call 1-800-799-SAFE or visit for more information.

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