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Abuse means treating someone with violence, disrespect, cruelty, harm, or force.
Abuse in a relationship can be physical, sexual, or emotional. Or it could be all of these. An abusive partner might use mean words, threats, or shaming. They might act with jealousy or controlling behavior. Or with physical or sexual violence. These things can start small and build over time.
There are people to help you get to a safe situation. There are people to help you sort out all the emotions of partner abuse. Get help from a therapist or someone at a helpline if you feel unsure of whether you're in an abusive relationship. Reviewed by: Allison T. Dovi, PhD. Larger text size Large text size Regular text size. Am I in an Abusive Relationship? Here are some warning s. You might be in an abusive relationship if someone: harms you physically in any way. This includes hitting, pushing, shaking, or kicking. Know that you have the right to be safe.
You have the right to be treated with respect. Knowing this is the first step. Confide in someone you know. Many adults know how to help in this situation. An adult might be able to get you to safety faster than a friend can. Get help and support from experts. Going through abuse can leave you feeling confused, scared, or exhausted. Find a therapist to help you get your emotional strength back. They can help you sort through the many emotions you might be dealing with.
Get advice from someone at a helpline too. Learn more about how to get out of an abuse relationship safely. The helpline advisors also can talk to you about other things that might help you move forward. Learn how partner abuse affects people. Partner abuse can cause harm you can see — things like bruises, sprains, or marks. Deep emotional stress that makes you feel unsafe is called trauma. Notice how relationship abuse has affected you. Abuse by a partner can leave you feeling shaken or scared.
Sometimes the deep stress lasts even after the abuse has ended. Get help from a trauma therapist. There is therapy to help people deal with this deep stress. It is called trauma therapy. It is a type of talk therapy that counselors and therapists use. It helps people who have been through trauma — like abuse. Find a therapist to work with. Learn to cope, and share your story.
Trauma therapy can help you feel safe and supported.
In therapy, you can learn coping skills and have support. This helps you face difficult memories, tell your story, and find healing. Move forward toward healthier relationships. Sharing your story with a trauma therapist can ease the emotional hurt of partner abuse.
It also can help you find your inner strength and move toward healthy relationships that add to your wellbeing.How to deal with abuse in a relationship
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