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Signs of abuse in a relationship
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Posted 6/15/15
I wish I saw the signs earlier. The girl I was trying to get together with screwed me emotionally/mentally when she decided to get closer to another guy after saying she wanted to be in a relationship with me. The funny thing about it is that you would never expect it from someone like her if you met her. Now I'm struggling with my feelings for another girl I made a promise to, who's going through a lot the last few weeks and with what little feelings I have for the girl that screwed me.
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my big brother had a fiancée who was crazy. she would threaten to leave my brother constantly, use all of his money, lock herself in the bedroom with pills and vodka, filled up a credit card in his name.... the thing that makes me angriest is that my brother can't grasp situations like this very well bc he has some slight processing issues, and she used that to her advantage. tbh i wish she was dead

she still tries to get into contact with him to this day because she believes that he owes her a shit ton of money THAT SHE SPENT. she took all of the furniture he bought while living away from home. she took a lot of things from him. and now here he is screwed over with a load of indirectly caused debt in his early 20s
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Posted 6/15/15
Usually emotional abuse leads to physical violence.
I haven't experience anything physical, yet, but some of the things I've seen from friends and their relationships that were abusive. I've dealt with emotional abuse, mind games and lying.

- Obsessiveness
- Jealously
- Alot of jerking or forcefully pulling the person away
- Downgrading the person, making them seem like property
- Flinching when there is sudden movements
- not wanting to be alone with that person


Just some of the things I've seen. Not an expert or anything but if you feel that "hey this dude or chick is getting a little physical with me and I don't like." That relationship is already becoming toxic and I would bail out. Also in terms of shoving, there's no real romantic way. Unless she's shoving you onto the bed telling you take off your pants... that's different lol. Question is, if they have shoved you more then once, what's going to happen the next time when they are more upset then the last time? That's just my cut and dry opinion. If you feel in doubt, get the F**k out.
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Posted 6/15/15
Relationship are such a pain. Not getting into it would solve most of the world's problem...
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op nuked. Locked.
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