I don’t think I am. Am I… in an Abusive Relationship?

For centuries there is one very common question. I don’t think I am being abused, am I? It saddens me to think of all the tears that pour down our cheeks and how many times we blame ourselves and we don’t understand why or how this can be happening to us.

Please evaluate the chart below and if you can identify and relate to any of these behaviors, understand that you are in an abusive relationship and you can do something about it!

I understand it is hard to remove yourself from a relationship you so desperately want to work, but you cannot correct or change something that is a one-way street. My book, “Tears of Fears Behind Closed Doors”, gives you great guidance to having a better live. After you identify that you are a victim, please purchase my book and allow me to pour into you not only my experience, but how to get out safely and move on to have a wonderful successful life. You can do so by going to my store on this site.

(When you purchase my book, know you have now just helped a non-profit abuse center get one step closer to opening up a new safe house for all victims and their children. Portions of the proceeds from my book will be donated to various non-profit organizations).

I am here for you always. Just e-mail me and I will help you!

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2 Responses to “I don’t think I am. Am I… in an Abusive Relationship?”

  1. Sica Says:

    When I was in an abusive relationship it was extremely hard to open up to other people and talk about what was going on behind doors. Believe me when I say it wasn’t a topic of discussion that I would prefer to have with my family, friends, or coworkers. What made things worse is constantly being questioned about a low self esteem or marks that may have been on my arms or body. It’s easy for everyone to judge you on your reactions and no one knows how hard it really is to walk away from an abusive relationship.

    Having someone like Lyn-Dee to talk to made things so much easier and helped me understand that I do deserve better. She has helped guide me on the right path and I can promise anyone that needs someone to talk to, someone who knows what its like to be judged therefore will not judge YOU, a person to lean on, someone to give you faith and reassurance that there is a light at the end of every tunnel– look no further. I have been blessed not only to have a coach like Lyn-Dee, but also have her as my very own mother. I can tell you, without her guidance and warm welcoming words– I wouldn’t have made out of certain relationships alive. Thank you, thank you, thank you a million times.

    Its NEVER to late to walk away and begin healing. Don’t look at the time you spent wasted, look at it as if it were another chapter in a book. Identify your challenges, learn how to avoid them in the future, and grow into a much bigger, better, and stronger person.

    Its going to hurt like hell as you are healing, but know that it’ll only get better with time.

  2. admin Says:

    WOW! When your daughter can write something so powerful and to add to the already said, “You can Do it”, it just makes me realize that everything I have ever been through, there was truly a reason!
    Sica, you are an amazing women who truly shines and brightens up our lives! I love you…. mom

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