Emotional abuse has no boundaries, it does not discriminate, it is not gender specific. No person regardless of who they are is worth the pain and tears that we shed for them after the destruction they leave behind. However it is easier said than done. So if you find that you are in a relationship where you find yourself frequently in tears, than know that this is a dangerous relationship. You need to get out as fast as you can. Do not make excuses for the person that is hurting you, there is no changing him/her, and making him/her love you. Pain is not love, so when you find that person, that person will not want to see you cry, and if for some reason you do, they will be the first to try to comfort you. Please if you find yourself crying and hurting inside run, and run as fast as you can. Learn to love yourself enough to say to yourself that you will not allow this to happen to you because you deserve to be in a happy loving relationship.

3 Responses to EMOTIONAL ABUSE

  1. V says:

    I found this blog and I love it! I am a male victim of sexual/physical/emotional/ritualistic abuse. My wife was a victim of emotional abuse. I am going to blogroll you so others can find you. I am finally starting to open up about my abuse on my blog, it is painful but I need to get it out…I hope you will check out my blog as well.

  2. Thank you V for your comment, and for your interest in this site. I am glad you are finding it useful, and if there is anything I can help you with please let me know.

    I am checking out your site now, and I will keep checking as you start to get things out. Getting it out is one of the best forms of healing. It make such a difference, however it is very difficult, and you may find you are having trouble finding the words, or even getting the words to come out, but when you do you will start to heal. You may also find an online support group very helpful.

    I added your blog to my blog roll as well, and I will be sure to reference it here as well. ~ Wishing you well sweetcardomom

  3. Gia Cozzie says:

    This is the 5th or 6th site that has been a tremendous resource for me the past week. coming to terms with 15 years of abuse, 4 years later…THANK YOU.

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