5 Strong Warning Signs He Is An Abusive Man

An Abusive Man Is Controlling:  A control freak is going to keep track of whom you're with and wherever you're. Telling you what to wear, choosing your friends, Threatening to commit suicide, eventually trying to control every aspectof your life.
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1. an Abusive Man is overly Jealous:
If you can't look at or talk to a member of the opposite sex without generating suspicions of cheating, this is often an indication of trouble. Some find this sort of attention flattering. It isn't so flattering when it gets to the point that you are being alienated from friends, family and work associates. Don't be flattered, be careful.


2. An Abusive Man Is Controlling:
A control freak is going to keep track of whom you're with and wherever you're. Telling you what to wear, choosing your friends, Threatening to commit suicide, eventually trying to control every aspectof your life.

Control freaks can become emotionally, verbally and physically abusive. He will be checking your email account and cell phone to see who you're communicating with, Social media accounts, or maybe even tracking your every move by GPS.

3. An Abusive Man will try to isolate you:
They want you all to themselves. He comes on too strong and too fast to begin with. You are feeling loved and adored because this person wants to spend all their free time with you. It isn't that they want to spend time with you, they don't want you spending time with anyone else.

This is the person who can eventually isolate you from friends and family. In their mind, you belong to them and time or attention spent on anyone else is a threat to them.

4. An Abusive Man is overly Sensitive:
He considers everything you say to be negative criticism. If you share your feelings, opinions, or thoughts, you will be accused of ''belittling'' him. If you disagree with him, you may be accused of disrespecting him. He's perpetually the victim in the relationship. Everything is usually your fault. Including his abusive behavior.

In other words, you don't have the rightto think and form your own beliefs and opinions on life. If you have a healthy self-image and ego, a relationship with this person won't last long.

5. An Abusive Man Has A Temper:
Everyone gets upset sometimes, and that's okay. It's all about how you react when you're upset. If he's screaming, punching walls, throwing things, yelling insults, or name-calling, that's not okay. If he can't express his feelings without throwing a temper tantrum, something's wrong (and it's not you).

Don't believe for one second that his temper became an issue when he met you. poke into his past. Has he had issues with abuse in a previous relationship? If so, this is often a seriousred flag.

If you discover yourself avoiding certainconversations, constantly apologizing or making excuses for his behavior then you may be in a dating relationship you should not continue.

The goal is to find a new relationship that has a probability of lasting forever. That means listening to warning signs and your gut. If something feels wrong, then more than likely something is wrong.

…And yes these signs will simply be applied to women as well. therefore fellas pay attention!

Source: Theprayingwoman.com
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