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Whether you’ve realized that you’re in an abusive relationship or not, something has triggered your fear. Women intuitively know when something feels ‘off’, but they don’t always act on their intuition that is there to protect them.Even when their internal alarm system is sounding, they often feel irrational for thinking they’re in danger.For example: you become a couple very quickly, or he wants to move in together, or proposes marriage in a hurry. The faster he can have you emotionally invested, the sooner he can satisfy his insatiable need for control.“We’re meant to be together” – “You’re the woman of my dreams” – “It’s god’s will that we are together” – “It’s our destiny to be together” – “I’ve never felt this way about anyone before” – “Our love will last for eternity.” When you are under the spell of his charm in the early stages, his checking on you no doubt felt flattering.He may show levels of agitation when you spend time with other people or on other things – outside of the relationship.He treats the word ‘no’ as the beginning of a negotiation, rather than the end of a discussion.

These are the The signs of jealousy will usually be more contained in the early stages, but they will be there.If you feel afraid, there’s a good reason you’re feeling this way..The UK now recognises coercive control as a serious crime, and more lives will be saved when other countries follow their example.He’s well aware that there’s a different ‘hooking point’ of emotional investment for each woman. …They miss the link between him feeling reasonably secure that she is emotionally invested enough – and the abuse starting.For some abusers, the green light that she was emotionally invested enough to not leave easily – was sex.

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