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Your violent partner may act loving towards you at other times and may truly feel sorry for their horrible behaviour. So, it might be hard to stay angry and upset with them. However, there is quite a high chance that their violent behaviour will continue. After a violent episode, it's common for both you and your abuser to try and downplay what happened with excuses, apologies or promises to change. It's very difficult to eradicate physical abuse in relationships, and any abusive behaviour, without professional help.
You might not be sure what to expect next. You might feel unsafe, or scared of what the person might do to you or themselves. It's not always easy to find the right place to start. Our 'What's on your mind? Possessiveness They check on you all the time to see where you are, what you're doing and who you're with.
They try to control where you go and who you see, and get angry if you don't do what they say. Jealousy They accuse you of being unfaithful or of flirting. They isolate you from family and friends, often by behaving rudely to them. Put-downs They put you down, either publicly or privately, by attacking your intelligence, looks, mental health or capabilities. They constantly compare you unfavourably to others. They blame you for all the problems in your relationship, and for their violent outbursts.
They say things like, 'No one else will want you. They threaten to use violence against you, your family, friends or a pet. Physical and sexual violence They push, shove, hit or grab you, or make you have sex or do things you don't want to do. They harm you, your pets or your family members. What can I do now? Find out what you can do about domestic violence. Try ReachOut NextStep to learn about the support options available for you.
Seek help from local support services. Explore other topics It's not always easy to find the right place to start. What's on your mind? Tags Abuse and violence Everyday issues Audio Learn more. Related topics Professional help Coping Helping friends.10 signs your in a abusive relationship
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