Accepting and assuming that there is psychological abuse in a relationship is difficult for both the abused person and the abuser.
Psychological Abuse occurs when one of the members acts in a way that frequently:
Sometimes those who suffer abuse are not aware, or do not want to be, …
We learn to deny the violence, the hurtful phrases and the behaviours that make us feel bad and we often justify all this …
If you do things that you don’t want to do, and you can’t avoid doing them because you panic about the possible consequences, you already have a very clear indication that you can be a victim of psychological violence.
If you think you may be suffering psychological abuse or have doubts about whether your relationship is healthy, loving and based on respect, take the Test. It will help you decide if you need to act to change some things and thus avoid that it can be toxic and abusive.
If you see yourself being psychologically abused, think you have to act. Recognizing abuse is just the first step.
The Test will help you to reflect on your relationship and to detect possible signs of psychological abuse. Depending on the results, the TEST offers you one of the following alternatives: