Ways to Discover An Abusive Relationship

Disrespect: persistently putting you down in front of other people; not listening or responding when you talk; interrupting your telephone calls; taking money from your purse without asking; refusing to help with childcare or housework.

Breaking trust: lying to you; withholding information from you; being jealous; having other relationships; breaking promises and shared agreements.

Isolation: monitoring or blocking your phone calls, e-mails and social media accounts, telling you where you can and cannot go; preventing you from seeing friends and relatives; shutting you in the house.

Harassment: following you; checking up on you; not allowing you any privacy (for example, opening your mail, going through your laptop, tablet or mobile), repeatedly checking to see who has phoned you; embarrassing you in public; accompanying you everywhere you go.

Threats: making angry gestures; using physical size to intimidate; shouting you down; destroying your possessions; breaking things; punching walls; wielding a knife or a gun; threatening to kill or harm you and the children; threatening to kill or harm family pets; threats of suicide.

Sexual violence: using force, threats or intimidation to make you perform sexual acts; having sex with you when you don’t want it; forcing you to look at pornographic material; constant pressure and harassment into having sex when you don’t want to, forcing you to have sex with other people; any degrading treatment related to your sexuality or to whether you are lesbian, bisexual or heterosexual.

Destructive criticism and verbal abuse: shouting; mocking; accusing; name calling; verbally threatening.

Pressure tactics: sulking; threatening to withhold money, disconnecting the phone and internet, taking away or destroying your mobile, tablet or laptop, taking the car away, taking the children away; threatening to report you to the police, social services or the mental health team unless you comply with his demands; threatening or attempting self-harm and suicide; withholding or pressuring you to use drugs or other substances; lying to your friends and family about you; telling you that you have no choice in any decisions.

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  1. Itt is Anona-nak ismerik, de magyarul buzogánygyümölcsnek olvastam valaha valohol. Nekem nagyon ízlik selymes íze és finom aromája (értsd: nem erőteljes, agresszív, mint a neve). Olvad a nyelven, ha megfelelő érettségi állapotban fogyasztod. Ami azt jelenti, hogy nem hetedhét országon túlról érkezik a Metro áruházakba, hanem itt szeded le a fáról, ahol terem. Erről esetleg makrobiotikusok s zöldek sokat mesélhetnének. Ja és ha igaz, a banánonhoz hasonlóan lúgos, nem savas gyümölcs.

  2. david quel coming out !!!l’avantage de voir un joueur étiqueté gros défenseur, c’est quand il affronte meilleur contreur que lui il est dans l’obligation d’être plus agressif et moins passif, gael a des schémas de jeu très varié et pourtant il ne les utilse que si peu !gael a réussi de belles choses mais pêche toujours à maintenir un niveau de jeu suffisamment constant… mais bon, mon dernier com s’applique à 95% du circuit ces derniers mois !gael fait son show mais le murray va passer.

  3. می‌گه:تا بحال از اين ديد به موضوع نگاه نكرده بودم و كلا جريان يهوديان و انگليس را هم نمي دانستم، ممنون بابت اطلاعات. و منتظر قسمت دوم هستم.

  4. Yeah. Jeremy can suck that up.HN follows the letter of the law (as do all scam ads) but they don’t follow the spirit.If Jeremy C has something against ‘scam’ them he should give back all the dodgy HN poster lions DDB have won over the last ten years.

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