Love Addiction Causes People to Suffer Abuse, Etc.
Many people who are married and supposed to be in love are living their lives in an unhealthy situation. Some men/women are being physically and mentally abused and controlled by their mates, and they're afraid to seek help from their family, friends, or law authorities.
There are a few people who live their lives on the brink of disaster and they're afraid they will not live another day but they "still" refuse to seek help. They hide their bruises and broken limbs by blaming it on some sort of an accident. Their children are also receiving verbal abuse from their mate but they do not believe it will escalate to bring them physical abuse.
The majority of people who are living like this believes they cannot go on without their mate in their lives. In their mind they like to blame their reason for staying with them on various things, i.e., commitment, income, children, religion, and other causes they event but never what the real problem is "love addiction." This is what happens when people allow a mate to rob them of their self-esteem and their self-confidence; it allows their mate to rip all of their dignity from them and control them without them ever saying a word. Do you want to know what this is called, "it is called brain-washing?"
Many women and men are addicted to love and they permit their abusive mates to control their every move. They don't want to rock the "boat" because they do not want to lose their love. These people tell themselves on a daily basis, "Oh it'll get better they're going through a phase in their life."
These people will find they have "no" interest in anything but trying to survive through a week with a mishap. They'll do almost anything to keep things calm in their household in order to keep things on an even basis to prevent abuse.
People I've found some who will contend with this type treatment in their life until death; and then again, I've seen women and men who after years of abuse have turned themselves around and gave up their addictive love.
They've suffered bouts of depression and sickness and they're tired of it. They've finally opened their eyes to realize raising their children in these types of situations can cause them to repeat their parent's actions. Many people leave without a warning to their mates because they've taken so much abuse they cannot take an other second of it.
When they get a taste of freedom, their whole life changes and they look forward to facing life's new situations. They've freed themselves of the "brain-washing" they've endured for years and they want to start living a new different life.
Experiences of the sole writer Barbara Kasey Smith
Tags: Article , Lifestyles , Families , Abuse & Pain , Addiction
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