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Many times we may not recognize someone who is in an abusive relationship because people are looking for the scars and bruises that they can see, but many women are over looked. Just like the functioning alcoholic many women who are abused verbally, mentally, emotionally and psychologically go on about their everyday lives working , taking care of their families and doing daily activities as if nothing is going on, while many are aware of what they are really dealing with at home, but not willing to share with others because they don’t want anyone to look down on their mate or judge them in anyway, besides some of the biggest false belief systems to women in situations like this is believing that, that’s just the way he is, it’s his personality, he’s just stressed, or maybe he doesn’t mean it. Well, that couldn’t be further from the truth, the abuser has to take accountability for their actions and receive professional help to deal with the root reasons of why they act in abusive behavior. .

Just like the functioning alcoholic many women who are abused verbally, mentally, emotionally and psychologically go on about their everyday lives working , taking care of their families and doing daily activities as if nothing is going on.

The unfortunate thing about the victims in abusive relationships like this, is that all the while they are subjected to this type of abuse, it is subtly working on them mentally,emotionally and psychologically.

Often the effects of it become exposed in high stressed situation or even after they have removed themselves out of the situation, many times certain events will trigger and awake familiar emotions of hurt, pain, rejection and abandonment that will impact their lives leave a lasting impression of bruises and scared internally that take time to heal with prayer, professional counseling and support from family and friends

Domestic Violence Hotline # 1-800-799-7233

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