Dating an emotionally abused woman

28 Jan

In essence the abuse victim who has not received help, will often become abusive to their loved ones.In my experience this is in the form of emotional abuse, withholding affection, "going off for no apparent reason" or all the psycho behavior described in the article about psycho woman on this site. At least two of my psycho ex-girlfriend/wives told me early in a relationship that they had suffered horrific abuse in a past relationship or as a child. I have had the misfortune of dating and/or even marrying women who were psycho and am trying, belatedly, to learn from my bad experiences.*The article, Are You Dating A Loser was written by Joseph M. So, read on, and by the end of the article hopefully you will have gained some insight and will able to answer the question that he poses in his title. It is very informative and discusses some of the warning signs of emotional and physical abuse to look for within dating relationships.She began to withhold affection, and her mood was so unpredictable that he felt like anything he said or did would be attacked.

There are a variety of “bad choices” that may be encountered each week – most of which are easily to identify and avoid.

I ignored this to my own peril because I was distracted by hot sex or something else.

Now, I have the greatest sympathy for victims of abuse and in no way wish to denigrate the victims.

While she complains about spending money on him all the time, you can’t help but notice that he is paying for all of her drinks. It’s well-documented when men inflict it on female victims. While the emotional abuse of women is discussed on , in bestsellers, and everywhere in pop culture and in academia, there are virtually no resources for men who have been emotionally abused. Books on the subject are mostly broadsides that have not been properly researched and substitute academic rigor for attacks on feminism.

By the end of the night she is berating him outright, and as they exit the restaurant, the woman is in a full rage spiral, yelling about something unrelated to anything that has happened in the last three hours. And yet every person I know—and I’m betting everyone reading these words—knows a man who has been victimized by emotional abuse. I did just that recently when I was researching the epidemic of men and suicide, and what I found was disturbing.