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If your partner displays the following behaviors, it's possible you're in an abusive relationship. He makes everyone else responsible for their feelings.

The abuser says, "You make me angry" instead of "I'm angry." "I wouldn't get so pissed off if you wouldn't...ypersensitive. He also may expect children to do things beyond their ability or tease them until they cry"playful" force during sex. He will use vulnerable points about your past or current life against you.12. He expects you to serve, obey and remain at home.13. He switches from loving to angry in a matter of minutes.14. He admits to hitting women in the past, but states that they or the situation brought it on.15. He makes statements such as, "I'll break your neck," but then dismisses it with "I really didn't mean it."If you've experienced domestic violence in the past, you may benefit from this article, Healing From Trauma With EFT.

In fact, many women who've escaped abusive relationships swear to themselves that they will never get into another one, only to find themselves becoming victims of abuse once again.

Sadly, it takes an average of five to seven acts of violence before a woman leaves her abuser.

I will never forget that day, the day I almost became a statistic -- another homicide victim resulting from domestic abuse. The inference that I was stupid or ignorant because of my poor relationship choices did not help make my already out-of-control situation any better.

When I fell prey to my abuser, I was at a very mentally and emotionally weakened state because of all things I'd been through.

People who have not been abused by an intimate partner often say that if their partner ever abused them they certainly would leave. Domestic violence victims/survivors are not always passive – they are employing survival techniques every day to protect themselves & their children – everything short of leaving.

Staying in or returning to an abusive relationship is a complex decision that may be a very rational survival mechanism.

If he (or she) does ANY of these things, you need to get out and get help.

Women don't plan to enter into abusive relationships.