Why Women Stay In Violent Relationships

It’s not always easy to recognize violent relationships. When in a relationship, the couple may seem great together, yet what takes place behind closed doors is another story. There is never a fool proof method to find out whether the person you are having a relationship with will turn violent. There are a few sign posts and warning signs that you should always look out for, and if you feel there is a chance you may be getting into a violent relationship then talk to a trusted friend or family member and work on moving away from such a relationship.

A partner being very possessive or jealous is one of the most frequent signs of a possible violent relationship. This should not be wrongly taken for love. In a relationship trust and mutual respect are of utmost importance. Constantly calling and checking up on you, not wanting you having any close friends or believing in anyone, going through your email or text messages and discouraging you from spending time with your family are all signs of caution of what could lead to a violent relationship.

If your partner tries to belittle you it could be a sign of a violent relationship. Physical abuse is easy to identify but emotional abuse is much more complicated and tends to leave a much deeper scar. If your partner always criticizes you or talks to you in a disparaging manner, makes humiliating jokes or keeps calling you unkind names there is big chance of your relationship turning violent so either get out of the relationship or try set back and put a stop to it.

After a violent episode it is possible for the person feel guilty and to ask for forgiveness and promise that it will never happen again. Often the relationship gets more violent as time goes by however honest the person may seem in their apology. Therefore if your partner is violent once, chances are he/she will get violent again and it will get worse with time.

Your partner threatens to hurt you, or loved ones or destroy your belongings are all sure signs of  a violent relationship. Scaring you or intimidating you are signs that are very vital for you to take notice of and get out of the relationship before things escalates and it becomes more violent. It’s an apparent sign of a violent relationship if your partner tends to blame other people as causes for his/her reactions, violent outbursts or manhandles you in way that scares you.

If you can identify with any of these signs then it is vital that you talk to a trusted family member, friend or even a counselor. By getting the support you need from different people, breaking away from a violent relationship will be easier and reduce the chances of you going back to it.

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