Psychologist and Marriage Counselor Shivani Misri Sadhoo says relationship abuse is a pattern of abusive and forceful conduct used to maintain power and gain control over a former or current intimate partner. Abuse can be of any type, emotional, financial, sexual, or physical and can also, include threats, isolation, and intimidation. Abuse tends to escalate over a period of time. When someone uses abuse and violence against their partner, it is always part of a bigger pattern of control.
It is not always obvious that you will be living in an abusive relationship. Counselor Shivani says it is quite common for someone to think who is being abused to feel that it is their own fault and that they somewhat deserve the abuse. It is vital to know that you are never to blame for the way an abusive partner treats you.
If you are being constantly abused by your partner, you might feel confused, afraid, angry, or trapped. All of these emotions are very normal responses to abuse. You might also blame yourself for whatever is happening. But no matter what others might be saying. Counselor Shivani says you are never responsible for your partner’s abusive actions.
Shivani Misri Sadhoo Founder and Director of Saarthi Counselling Services says an abusive relationship is not simply limited to physical violence. It can include any amongst sexual, emotional, and physical abuse, as stated above and possibly involve control of your finances. Here are some signs to look out if you are in an abusive relationship.
At Saarthi Counselling Services the primary therapy could include addressing:
At Saarthi Counselling Services the counseling for abusive relationships could provide a vital, safe horizon for you to unload your feelings, be heard without any judgment, and take the time to think clearly about your current situation, whatever the precise nature of the abuse, you are suffering from.
Domestic violence or any sort of abuse is completely unacceptable and illegal. Yet victims might endure it for years without telling anyone or looking for help.
Several victims of abusive relationship feel they are in a certain way to blame for the manner in which they are getting treated. This method of thinking might be actively encouraged by the perpetrator and can be a deep-seated part of the abusive pattern of behavior.Call Us Now