5 Signs You’re in a Mentally Abusive Relationship
Domestic violence is stereotypically categorized, by society and the media, as a physical altercation when in reality there is another side of domestic violence which is the emotional and psychological abuse that also takes place. These cuts run deep and change the make-up of an individual because they break down a person’s confidence and self-esteem. The internal bruises can cause an abused victim to feel isolated and incapable. Ultimately, their enough doesn’t feel like it’s ever good enough. An abuser convinces the victim that everything is his/her fault and no matter the victim is responsible for what happened. There are several ways victims, and their loved ones, can identify if they’re being subjected to a mentally abusive relationship.