5 ways to deal with an abusive relationship

5 ways to deal with an abusive relationship

August 23, 2018 10 By ps0804

Love is the most beautiful feeling in this world. Everything looks so perfect, hai na? Par hum cloud 9 se zameen par aakar tab girte hain when we find ourselves trapped in an abusive relationship. Something exactly like this happened with one of my best friends as well. She met this guy and fell in love with him but little did she know that this was going to be her biggest mistake. But after much efforts and a lot of drama, she somehow managed to get out of it successfully. So, I am going to write down a few steps which will help you to deal with this if you’re a part of an abusive relationship and are finding ways to get out of it

1. Talk to him

The first thing that you should always do is to talk to your not so cool partner. Since you guys must be in this relationship because you both wanted to be in it, so, always try to talk first and tell him about your concerns.

2. Talk to his parents

Men are emotionally attached to their parents, especially their moms(more than their spouses). Try to explain your situation to them. This works most of the time as they don’t want to show their shaitaan wala image to their parents.

3. Never accept his apologies

When an abusive situation happens, the abuser does something nice or apologizing and promising that they will never do it again. Never fall into this trap.No matter what, they’ll never change their abusive behavior.

4.Throw out the fear of how others will react

Never feel embarrassed to admit that your partner is abusive for fear of being judged or blamed. In fact, let his friends know about his abusive behavior and actions as well.

5.Seek help

If the situation goes beyond your control, then seek help from police and various NGOs.

 

So, dear girls, we’re strong and powerful enough to fight and get out of a relationship that doesn’t deserve us. We surely deserve the best.

If you think you’re in an abusive relationship, it’s time to get out of it. Talk to your parents and friends about this and let them support you and help you to end the relationship and stay safe.

Always remember, we’re the best and we deserve the best. 🙂

 

 

 

 

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