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I was in an abusive relationship for about two years. After realizing and finally listening to my family, I left the relationship. The abuse I went through wasn’t physical abuse but mental and emotional abuse. I have never experienced any type of physical abuse so I wouldn’t be able to say which one is worse. To me mental and emotional abuse are terrible things that no one should ever go through.
In my relationship, my partner told me that she loved me, but at times she treated me as if I were a stranger. For every argument we had in the time of our relationship, I was always at fault. As time went by, I thought that it was my fault that we always got into fights. Every time we split up, I believed that it was my fault. To her, I didn’t understand her or care for her. I tried my best to make her happy, but the harder I tried, the more she complained that I was hurting her feelings.
I was sprung (in love) with my significant other. Every time we broke up, I felt like the world was ending. I became dependent on her mental abuse. At times, I didn’t feel loved because she wouldn’t try to put me down. I didn’t see them as put-downs, but as ways of her expressing her love for me. I became a really weak person with low self-esteem. I would do anything that she told me to do. I gave up my friends for her, and in return she told me that she didn’t appreciate what I had done. To her, me giving up my friends didn’t mean anything.
It is rough being in a relationship that your partner has control of, especially if it’s a woman. It’s not that I’m being a male chauvinist, but you always hear how the one that is being abused is the woman and the man is the abuser. Up until this day, I still love this person a lot, even though I’m not with her anymore. I might not be completely over her, but you could give her credit for brain-washing me this well.”
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