Abusive relationships may seem hopeless but there is hope for survivors. There are people out there who help survivors toward a better life.
The following list of relationship problems applies to either you or your partner.
What’s left over from these experiences are toxic learned behaviors that can harm the survivor and the people around them.
Fifteen women who have captured my heart: lady number four.
You deserve to be heard, and to heal.
On the surface, they can be hard to identify. These narcissists may appear shy, humble, or anxious.
You are worth far more than you give yourself credit for, to stay and tolerate disrespect, a lack of love and toxicity.
An Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) for #BareYourMind
And you probably have, too.
Are you in a relationship where you are feeling suffocated or controlled and your needs don’t seem to matter?
You may not think you’re in an emotionally abusive relationship or minimize it. You may not consider your partner abusive because they seem caring and loving towards you, until you do not comply.
Emotional abuse and how we process it.
— Emotional abuse. To say that it doesn’t affect us in somewhat, shape or form would be the biggest lie we could tell and if this was the world of Pinocchio, our noses would be so long that, well, they would be long. The group on the call last night had some amazing conversation and…
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Do we internalize it or stand up to the challenge?
To find the way past the scars of emotional abuse, Thomas Pluck goes back to the beginning.