Relationships are confusing. No two relationships are the same. It is difficult to answer the questions, “What is a healthy relationship?” or “What is an unhealthy relationship?” This is because what may be healthy for one couple may or may not be healthy for another couple.
However, sings of a healthy relationship have one common denominator and that is they are NEVER abusive. So, consider asking yourself the following:
If you are questioning if you are in an unhealthy relationship or if you have concerns your relationship is toxic, you may identify with one or more of the following common signs of abuse:
Many abuse survivors described their abusive relationship as “walking on eggshells” because the unhealthy relationship is “occasionally” calm, safe, secure, and trusting.
Unhealthy and abusive relationships have negative impacts on your life, often in more than one way. Below are several ways abuse negatively impacts your life.
Forms of Domestic Violence:
Signs of a Psychologically and Emotionally Abusive Relationship:
Signs of a Physically Abusive Relationship:
Signs of a Sexually Abusive Relationship:
Symptoms of Abuse or an Unhealthy Relationship
The chronic stress of being in an unhealthy, toxic, neglectful or abusive relationship can result in any of the following symptoms of abuse:
Physical Symptoms of an Unhealthy and Abusive Relationship:
Emotional and Social Symptoms of an Abusive or Toxic Relationship:
Whether suffering from intimate partner violence, domestic abuse, or an unhealthy relationship, it is critical to reach out to people you trust as well as seek out professional domestic abuse counseling and domestic abuse resources for help.
Living with harmful, painful, and unhealthy relationships may leave you feeling lonely, exhausted, and confused. Attempting to understand or make meaning out of what you are seeing and hearing becomes more and more difficult as the abuse and relationship continues.
As a domestic violence survivor, you may have suffered from physical, emotional, verbal, psychological, or sexual abuse by someone close to you, such as a significant other, family member, sibling or child and may be asking, “How do I cope with unhealthy relationships?”
Our Orlando Domestic Abuse Therapy & Domestic Abuse Counseling services and relationship experts at Center of Life Counseling in Orlando can help. Our relationship counselors provide non-judgmental and empathetic assistance and domestic violence resources when answering all of your relationship questions.
Together we will:
When you are unsure of where to turn, our relationship counselors at Center of Life Counseling are here to extend a safe, professional, and compassionate space for healing from an abusive relationship. Our abuse experts provide gentle care and support throughout your healing journey.
If you are concerned that you are experiencing an abusive or unhealthy relationship you may feel confused, overwhelmed and exhausted. It may be extremely difficult to take action and schedule an appointment as a result, our therapist and counselors are here to help by providing an initial phone consultation to answer any questions you may have about healthy vs unhealthy relationships.
Waiting to begin therapy rarely ever helps. The earlier we can begin, the more effective healing will be.
Together we will overcome unhealthy relationships.
If relationship help is needed, don’t suffer any longer. Contact the Center of Life Counseling by calling or emailing us to set up an initial relationship therapy consultation today.
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