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This week we have a woman who isn’t sure if she should leave her physically abusive boyfriend
Hey. I was at one time with a boyfriend for 3 years who was very abusive emotionally and at a point in time it nearly became physical. He would tell me what to wear and what not to wear and this really freaked me out. He was way too possessive of me and would not allow me to be with friends or even say hi to guys be they family or what. I was really an emotional ruin, I was emotionally bruised and lost trust in men. I felt so unloved such that I would seek comfort from other people but it was never enough. At one time he threatened to beat me up and that was it. I simply walked out of the relationship coz I couldn’t take it anymore and the moment I did I felt the inner peace and fulfilment that I had lost return instantly. Girls it is time we do something about this, do the right thing, simply walk away. That way you will be safe and you will be able to help others about just where you’ve been.

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After reading the above signs I feel like i have some of these traits unfortunately. I have been cheated on, lied to, and hurt in past relationships which have made me a bit insecure and a tad bit on edge about trust issues. I have been dating my girlfriend for almost six months now and I really love her. There are a few things she has done that has started to put flags up in my head of her cheating and etc and her friends do things that are just troublesome. She lied about going to her friends boyfriends house when she said she did not even want to go over there, this guys house has had cops in it for drugs and etc. She is about to be 21 and her friends are all ready planning to get fake i.d.’s so they can all go out drinking. her friends like to take pills and other drugs, she has told me that that was her past and she does not do it anymore, but she sometimes craves it especially if someone talks about it. She also has a lot of guy friends on facebook myspace and etc, her friends date multiple guys from those sites, and she has received phone calls late at night aand messages on websites like when are we going to hang out etc. she also went to a friends house and was drinking she got mad because i was calling her but then i found out she had a bunch of phone calls to guys in her phone during that time frame, she said it was a game where you just go down your phone book and just call people. this all puts up lots of red flags for me and are signs that I saw before i caught ex’s cheating on me.

 

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I have had 3 loves so far. First relationship being 2 yrs, second relationship lasting for a yr, and this most recent one (the abusive one) for 7 months. It wasn’t normal the way my ex behaved and its not normal the way your boyfriend is behaving. You have to keep in mind that you will find someone who will treat you better–you don’t want to settle for anyone. I wish the best for you and good luck. It’s not easy and its unfortunate, but you can get through it because so many other women have. Don’t let it get worse.


I have just split with my boyfriend, he told me what to wear, what to say, when to say it, what job I should do and constantly watch me – I have had this for 6 years!! My confidence is at an all time low, I am nervous, paranoid and can’t sleep. I know it will be hard from the break up, but I have to get away from him. If I do not agree with something he had said, he would argue with me – I have felt suicidal at times and he has been abusive, blaming me for my behaviour. He rang me the other day because I was out with friends and talking to another man – he called me a slag and a tart – he put me down even when we are finished, which made me feel even worse. Any help? Please x


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Ok, I’ve gotta say (as a female) a lot of the real signs of a controlling boyfriend were missing and a lot of these signs were extremely wrong, most of them were of guys who just don’t really consider what they say, especially since if it was a for a girlfriend it would be normal. Out of all thes signs only 10, 5, 4, 2 and 1 can be considered right with number 5 being exactly right and the others just partially right., the rest needs to be disregarded especially since there are girls who will go my boyfriend does this and say he’s controlling because a website list tells her he is when in actuality he’s not.

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i already have a horrid experiance of mental abuse, but my boyfriend is doing it to me. He’s doing it to me as we speak. He tells me its my fault most of the time and blames it on his ADHD.

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I have been with my boyfriend for a little over 8 years. For all of these years except for the past 58 days, he was an alcohol and cocaine user. During that time I endured the worst verbal and emotional abuse that I have ever witnessed. Although he has never layed a hand on me, the scars from this type of abuse run very deep. Most of this abuse occurred when he was coming down from his high, not when he was high. This behavior occured approx. every other day. During these 8 years he left me three times, leaving me very depressed. I honestly felt as though I could not go on without him. This resulted in my taking him back each time, on his terms. Not realizing how good I had it when he was out of my life, I began to become miserable once I took him back. Following the third time that we got back together, I decided that I would make everything perfect with the intention to compensate for what he was doing wrong. I had this delusional belief that I was strong enough, smart enough, kind enough to make this relationship work on my own. What I was not thinking about was “my own sanity and happiness”. I believed that I could fix him. Well as time went on things seemed to be getting worse. He started to party more and more and his abuse got worse and worse until finally he just upped and left again in july of this year. At that point I decided to go on with my life and I did. I registered for some classes at college and started going out with my friends. This resulted in a happiness that I have not felt in years. I finally was beginning to find out who I was. Then the unexpected happened. He contacted me with a sincere story about how he joined alcoholics anonymus. He said he was doing wonderful and asked if I would support him with this by giving him a chance. I gave it some thought and being the caring person that I am, I decided to see him once a week. He told me that he wanted to show me the nice guy that he really is, not the one masked by addictions. He went on to explain that his cruel behaviors were not those of his real personality, but those of a person who was badly addicted to drugs and alcohol. That was 56 days ago which was 3 days into his sobriety. Currently his is still sober, attending all of his meetings, sometimes even two and three meetings per day. He is catching up on all of his outstanding depts and looks and feels so much better. So now your probably thinking: “what’s her point?” Well, the point being is that his personality still shows similar traits of abuse and control. Although these traits are not as severe as they once were, they are still there. For example, when he is angry he says things that are hurtfull, he doesnt listen to what I have to say, and worst of all he is just as cold and unaffectionate as he always was. In other words, he has difficulty with intimacy . The good thing is that I no longer live with him and I only see him once a week. What makes this a difficult situation is that he is very good to me in other ways that he never was. He is helpful financially and does take me out to fun places . The problem is that I think about leaving him because of his abusive outbursts however, I often worry that this will set him back leading him to relapse with drinking and drugging. I just dont want this on my conscience but on the same token, I dont want to waste my time with someone who has abusive tendencies. I believe that he has some issues that only a proffessional counselor can help him with. I wish that he could understand that AA is only the bandaid that is used to cover the emotional wounds that provoked him to start using in the first place but it will not get to the root of the problem inorder to begin the healing process. I dont think he quite understands that people resort to addictions in order to cushion the pains of underlieing problems. I worry because now that his addictions are being dealt with, he is left with those underlieing problems that are beginning to surface, causing the same type of abusive behavior. Does anyone have any advice for me?