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How to deal with an abusive husband

Most wives that are abused by their husbands are afraid to admit it or looks the other way as a means to discount it. Being abused by a husband is something most wives will not talk about. Abused wives tend to make excuses for their husbands abusiveness.

Abusive husbands intimidates their wives to the point of denial. Women that are abused have a tendency to overlook their own self worth. After a period of time, women tend to accept being abused as something that is normal.

Tips on how to deal with an abusive husband

  • Take responsibility in accepting the fact that you are being abused.
  • If possible, communicate with your husband that his abusiveness makes you uneasy and you would like for the two of you to seek counseling together.
  • Being abused by your husband is not an option. It is a sickness that can be prevented.
  • Seek help from your ministry, hospital, support centers, and employment.
  • Being abused is not a normal part of your life. It creates a controlled atmosphere for you and your children.
  • If you are planning on leaving your abused husband make notations of times, days, and how you were abused.
  • Take pictures of injuries you may incur during the abusive attack.
  • A husband who is abusive has a mental problem that should be addressed with the appropriate authorities.

Mental abuse is just as abusive as physical abuse. Leaving an abuser is not easy, but a peaceful mind and healthy atmosphere is important.

Children exposed to this behavior is affected emotionally and physically. Abusiveness in a family may be the onset for Depression in a child's life.

You are not the one who is to blame for your husbands abusiveness. Abusive husbands will normally say that you provoked them to act this way. Rejecting this message is the first step towards wellness and getting your life back.

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