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It’s not an instant thing – the abuse starts slowly, over time, and before you know it, well, you’re in very deep. Reply Kim, every time I receive your post, it is so apt for what I am experiencing at that very moment.I have separated from him 6 months ago and now in the process of a divorce. It helps if you can somehow remind yourself that this pain won’t last forever, if you can carry through with the divorce and not let him back into your life.Thank you for the encouraging words 🙂 It’s nice to hear that I’m creating change from time to time! I have been doing a lot of online research about domestic abuse and narcissists, and it helps to have that knowledge.
I am sorry that the dreams for the future we shared are gone.
I mourn his loss, but I am glad he is free of the past and at rest. Phyllis Reply Thank you for this very helpful and important information. Its very hard to see friends with these types of people and its always good to be aware yourself In high school I definitely dated a guy like this who was emotional abusive and horrible to me.
Although God has been my comforter through it all, I learned how to lean and depend on him, he’s my strength. I just ended a relationship with someone who checked a few, but not all of the boxes.
I couldn’t have made it out of my situation without him. Because the abuse was more subtle, it was harder to recognize and left me second-guessing myself continually.
While he was not physically abusive, he raged at me when I questioned his behavior or disagreed with him, called me immature, insecure, or overly sensitive when I reacted to his criticism or judgements of me and was dismissive of my opinions and emotions that were inconvenient to him.