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4 Effective Ways To Break The Cycle of Violence

research over the years, make the violent relationship somewhat predictable. If you’re trying to break free from the cycle, you need to make sure you’re aware of each stage and what trappings to avoid. These phases are: ADVERTISEMENT During this time, the stressors of life get to the abuser.

These stressors can come from anywhere and everywhere, from work problems to fatigue and from adverse life events to illness. Regardless, an abuser doesn’t know how to manage or process this stress in a healthy way. This causes them to become increasingly aggressive and irritable, even hinging into paranoia, as they bottle up their feelings or lash out.

In this stage, you might begin to feel uncomfortable and worried, feeling guarded. This mindset can cause you to do everything possible to appease the abusive individual, catering to even their most unreasonable demands.This event is the incident of abuse. All the tension, as mentioned earlier, rushes out and erupts in domestic violence.

This can take many forms, from physical aggression to emotional manipulation. The point is that the actions of an abuser in this situation will be harmful. They’ll mistreat you, and you may even feel that you’re to blame for what happens.The incident eventually ends, and a honeymoon phase begins.

The abuser, attempting to make up for their actions or cover up their behavior, will suddenly behave with extreme affection. You’ll receive gifts, compliments, and gentle, kind treatment. This results in a rush of positive hormones that get released, making you feel happy and hopeful for the relationship’s improvement.As the honeymoon phase of reconciliation slowly ends, an abuser will continue to refuse to acknowledge their behavior.

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