jordanhamilton
2 years ago1,000+ Views
According to a new study, it is.
Abuse in general is never okay. But does a person get one up for yelling at you opposed to yelling at you and putting their hands on you -- or is it one in the same?
Does emotional abuse have the same long term affects as physical abuse?
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you can guess who is it right? @jordanhamilton anyway...great card
I think they both the same and yes the effect can last just as if you had a scar.I remember something my stepmother told me once and I never forgive her for it (I don't think I ever will ) even tho we smile at each other,laugh eat together as a family I nver forget.
I suffer with trusting people as well. I've been single since 2011. I just don't want to put myself in a situation like that again. I was in college at the time and we were both young, dumb and childish. I often question why I stayed through it all. I swore I was still in love despite everything. I look back now and think that's insane, but the heart wants what the heart wants and when someone is in an abusive relationship whether verbal or physical, they can't leave just because someone tells them to. I feel like a person has to realize on their own when it's time to remove themselves from a certain situation @buddyesd
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@jordanhamilton it took me ten years before I dated again, for the same reason, Ive always had a hard time with trust and she just reinforced it
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my ex wife was very abusive verbally, her words hurt just as much as when she would slap me. of course she was always just kidding, like I believed that
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