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Old 04-07-2021, 09:42 PM   #1
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Default Mental Abuse Confusion

Has anyone here been mentally abused by there partner? I have been in a total of 5 year relationship and have just started in the last year realizing that I was being mentally abused. I still have a hard time describing it.....it's a lot of things being said and over reactions that over time have caused me to constantly be walking on egg shells. I have a young child so this makes everything worse I have to appease her so she doesn't get angry in front of him. Sometimes I'm just like "am I being emotionally abused here?" "is this real?" "am the one over reacting?" I know for sure it has wore me down to the point I am feeling mentally exhausted. Anyone have any experience with this? With a form of abusive that is not so clear cut?

I posted my background in the divorce forum yesterday....going through a possible separation, have a young child involved. having trouble spending time apart from him, thinking of staying in the relationship to be able to care for our child etc....
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