Projection: Your Partner is Not a Mirror

    Projection in relationships is one of the most common reasons of abusive relationships. This is a defense mechanism of most people that they are not aware of. Projection is what other people do in order to manage and cope with their feelings. Psychological projection is about projecting your undesirable feelings to someone else instead of dealing with it yourself. When this is done in a relationship, it becomes an abusive one. When Projection becomes Abusive This abusive behavior Read more [...]

Is it Unpleasant or Extreme Behavior

      If you are on the lead up to leaving and believe your spouse has been behaving unreasonably, you might want to sharpen up on the clearer definition of it, especially if you’re planning on divorcing them in the not too distant future. You will have to cite it in reasonable detail on your divorce petition. It is unpleasant or extreme behavior from your spouse which has led to you feeling you are unable to live with them anymore. There isn't a singular legal definition as Read more [...]

Learn Some Basics About Abuse Part 4 – Discovering Your Lost Self: Bye Bye Co-Dependency!

  Thanks You for reading this article. DASNM has two complimentary gifts for you. You will find the information for the free gifts by Scrolling Down after the article.   A lot of people stay in abusive relationships because of the fear of being alone or not being loved by other people. They will say for the longest time that they want out, but they end up not leaving. There are some people who do leave, but they tend to repeat the same self-destructive attitude in their new relationship. Co-dependency Read more [...]

Learn Some Basics About Abuse Part 1

Thanks You for reading this article. DASNM has two complimentary gifts for you. You will find the information for the free gifts by Scrolling Down after the article. The symptoms of abuse are not always easy to spot and recognize. Even if you’re not in an abusive relationship it’s important to be aware of how to spot those who are being abused, how to deal with being abused, and how to cope with divorce that involves abuse. Many times when there is verbal or emotional abuse there are no Read more [...]

What You Should do if You’re Harboring the Darkest Thoughts

  What You Should do if You’re Harboring the Darkest Thoughts  A few months back, I posed the question of what you should do if your ex throws a protest threatening suicide; tonight I’ve decided to tackle what you should do if you’re the one harboring the darkest of thoughts. Suicidal feelings are very real and should not be ignored or taken lightly. Generally, they don’t go away of their own accord, they aren’t headaches. Whatever you feel the reasons are for you feeling that Read more [...]

HOPE is just a phone call away. Help is Available if you Need it!

      If you’re feeling hopeless, HOPE is just a phone call away. No matter what problems you are struggling with, hurting yourself isn’t the answer.   The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is here to help.  By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7. For Hearing & Speech Impaired with TTY Equipment: 1-800-799-4TTY (4889)   If you are in a relationship that is violent, Read more [...]

Avoid the Sociopathic Games

  Sociopaths are predators that love hurting other people. They are hard to identify, and victims are surprised to find themselves in abusive relationships. Victims of sociopathic games should ask for help in order to leave the abuser behind and bring normalcy to their lives. Staying in abusive relationships could result in damage of their physical and psychological health.   Sociopaths don’t have consciences. For them, everything’s a game. They don’t feel any remorse or guilt Read more [...]

Things You Should Know about Hoovers and Hoovering

  Hoovers and Hoovering are terms that came from the popular vacuum cleaner brand. Hoovering is the behavior common among abusers that is seen when the victim threatens to get out, or actually gets out of an abusive relationship. The abuser will suck the victim back into the relationship by playing with one’s weaknesses. It can be done by giving the victim gifts, promises, acts of affection, and compliments.   Hoovers and Hoovering have been made possible because of the fear of being Read more [...]

Life after Abuse: Talk Yourself Out of Verbal Abuse

  Thanks You for reading this article. DASNM has two complimentary gifts for you. You will find the information for the free gifts by Scrolling Down after the article.   “The language we use to communicate with one another is like a knife. In the hands of a careful and skilled surgeon, a knife can work to do great good. But in the hands of a careless or ignorant person, a knife can cause great harm.”   This quote, which is written by an anonymous author, best sums up what Read more [...]

Basics About Abuse Part 3 – Stop the Abuse by Breaking the Cycle of Violence

Thanks You for reading this article. DASNM has two complimentary gifts for you. You will find the information for the free gifts by Scrolling Down after the article.   Victims of domestic abuse may have different stories to tell, came from different backgrounds and belong to different classes in society. However, regardless of the race, economic status or culture they may have; victims of domestic violence share a common pattern of abuse that was present in their relationship. This pattern Read more [...]