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What Makes Someone an Abuser?

Get out of a relationship with an abuser!


Have you ever had abusive relationships?

An abuser is someone who treats another person in a cruel, violent, or unfair way.

An abuser is manipulative and knows how to influence others. Even a very psychologically savvy person can fall into the trap of an abuser. Breaking a strong personality, subordinating it to his will is very attractive for an abuser.
It all starts off nicely, because most abusers are pretty successful, have good money, and make an impression. After the abuser is convinced of his ability, he begins to act worse and observe the partner's reaction to his unhealthy behavior.

There are several types of relationships with the abuser:⠀
🔻Physical - beating, hitting, slapping, any use of force in order to impose one's will.
🔻Sexual - violence, inducement to certain actions of a sexual nature, refusal of sexual intercourse, sexual blackmail.
🔻Economic - control of material resources by the aggressor, a ban on e mployment, limitation of the victim in money, up to complete deprivation of livelihood.
🔻Psychological - a form of violence against the psyche: it can be criticism, verbal aggression (blackmail, threats, abuse), ignorance, manipulation, neglect.

An abuser is a person with a traumatized psyche who enjoys the moral or physical pain of his victim. Hormone changes caused by nervous tension and "emotional swing" cause diabetes, thyroid problems, skin problems.

Getting out of such a relationship is very difficult but it’s definitely possible. Don’t isolate yourself in this relationship!


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in sexuality 
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