Abuser An abuser will act like one person when you’re around family and friends, then another when the two of you are alone. your partner is charming when it comes to your family members, friends or even strangers, so when or if you were to say anything it would be hard to believe they were as you say Also they will know that others will not allow or tolerate the abuser’s behaviour
Time people who are in an abusive relationship stay because the abuser is sometimes very nice to them sometimes which can be confusing giving them a false sense of security and hope that they will change.If someone abuses you once or twice a week or once a month it is still abuse and the chances of the abuse becoming more frequent and more violent are very high you are at risk
You may notice a controlling nature in any and every situation. They will make it clear what is ok and what isn’t, choosing what you eat at or whether or not it’s OK to talk to someone.What you wear Abusers have ways of manipulating you without screaming and shout maybe a look or tone of voice if you feel like this with your partner and you tend to do what he has suggested this should be a warning sign to you.
They Rush Into Relationships,
Many people who have been in an abusive relationship only knew their abuser for a short time before they became involved with them. An abuser often comes along like a whirlwind. Once they find a new victim, they move quickly. They begin to manipulate, isolate and control you before you even realize what’s going on.
They Isolate you,
An abuser knows they have total and complete power when their victim is fully dependent on them. One by one they will work to cut your friends and your family members out of your life until you have no one left. They will stir up drama, instigate arguments and do whatever they can to drive a wedge between you and the people who care about you. When you finally abandon everyone who loves you, they gain complete control over you.