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    Someone hurts you emotionally and physically, limits your freedom and invades your privacy, but you know that they don't actually mean it. They do love you and care for you for the majority of the time. You are fully dependent on them, and they do have your best interests at heart. And, no matter what happens, you love them too.

    What's your opinion on such a relationship?
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    (Original post by ||TheUnknown||)
    Someone hurts you emotionally and physically, limits your freedom and invades your privacy, but you know that they don't actually mean it. They do love you and care for you for the majority of the time. You are fully dependent on them, and they do have your best interests at heart. And, no matter what happens, you love them too.

    What's your opinion on such a relationship?
    It's poisonous and abusive. Get out. There is never an excuse to physically harm someone in a relationship. Ever. Emotional abusive is just as bad. This person is domestically abusing you and it'll just get worse. Please leave them. I've seen what domestic abuse does to the victim. Never again.
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    It's unhealthy.
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    I think you know the answer.
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    (Original post by ||TheUnknown||)
    Someone hurts you emotionally and physically, limits your freedom and invades your privacy
    This sentence sums it up, it is toxic and anything else you have mentioned is irrelevant. Someone who is controlling and abusive is not worth keeping.

    Escape now while you can.
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    As above really - it's abusive.

    They can't have your best interests at heart if they're abusing you.
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    Nope, definitely abusive, please realise what you deserve and get out!
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    I am also stuck in an abusive relationship, where my partner has manipulated me, humiliated me, and exploited me financially and sexually, because I am completely dependent on him. Its a dark place to be.

    I hope things get better for you.
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    I am also stuck in an abusive relationship, where my partner has manipulated me, humiliated me, and exploited me financially and sexually, because I am completely dependent on him. Its a dark place to be.

    I hope things get better for you.
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    (Original post by ||TheUnknown||)
    Someone hurts you emotionally and physically, limits your freedom and invades your privacy, but you know that they don't actually mean it. They do love you and care for you for the majority of the time. You are fully dependent on them, and they do have your best interests at heart. And, no matter what happens, you love them too.

    What's your opinion on such a relationship?
    They don't love or care for you. As soon as you realise that, the better it would be for you.
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    Yeah but mine's different. My parents do the same.
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    You're talking about your mum, aren't you?
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    You're talking about your mum, aren't you?
    Well, i am.
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    That's not a healthy relationship Don't tell yourself they love you if they hurt you, that's not the way a partner should make you feel
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    A person who loves you would not hurt you emotionally or physically and would not invade your privacy or limit your freedom.
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    Sound like my relationship with my parents
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    If you're talking about your parents, there are things you can do to change the situation, explain how they make you feel, show them how hurt you are and go to family counseling. I've never understood how limiting your child's freedom is beneficial, but my mom invaded my privacy several times and even took my phone while I was sleeping to read messages, it got better now because I had a crisis and then didn't talk to her for weeks. But desperate times seek desperate measures.

    If you're talking about friends/bf again explain how you're suffering because of them if they can't already see the consequences of their actions, distance yourself until they realize what it's like to lose you and if they don't change, it's not worth getting yourself continuously hurt and mentally damaged from such unnecessary, unhealthy relationships.


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    if you're talking about your boyfriend then dump him
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    I have to agree with most posters on here get out whilst you can it's not worth being in a toxic relationship.
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