Dating an abused man Myanmar sex chats
” “You didn’t remind me.” “Nothing I do is ever enough.” Punishment by withholding: He refuses to listen, he ignores your questions, he withholds eye contact and gives you the “silent treatment.” He’s punishing you!
He may refuse to give you information about where he is going, when he is coming back, about financial resources and bill payments.
He twists your words, he watches TV, or he walks out of the room while you’re talking.
He criticizes you in a way that causes you to defend yourself and lose sight of the original conversation.
General crazy-making: He uses a combination of distortion, blaming, forgetting, stonewalling, and denial to confuse, frustrate, and drive you to the brink of insanity.
If you are experiencing any of the following things, you’re in an emotionally abusive relationship: Accusing and blaming: He shifts the responsibility and the emphasis onto you for the problems in your relationship.
He says things, like: “It’s your fault.” What’s wrong with you?
If you say, “It’s a beautiful day,” he’ll say, “What’s great about it, the weather’s crappy.” If you say you like sushi, he’ll say, “Are you kidding, it’ll give you parasites.” Discounting: He denies your experience of his abuse.
He tells you that you’re hypersensitive or that you’re imagining things or that you can never be happy.