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Not just Physical, People may be abusing you mentally too

    Abuse is a word most misunderstood. When someone says the word abuse, there’s a mental picture of molesting or physically harming someone. Abuse isn’t a small word or a small concern. It is a blithering disease which has the potential to claim lives if not handled accordingly. Physical or sexual abuse is something which the society could see and could help fighting it but emotional abuse – the abuse of the worst kind is something that only you can feel and tackle in your own ways.Emotional abuse is basically torturing someone mentally. The consequences of emotional abuse could be lethal. Mind is a palace where things change over time and tormenting someone emotionally is one thing that no mind wants. This is the very reason why one must try to fight off emotional abuse as soon as possible because it is something which can get into your mind and remain there, This could have drastic consequences.Here are some signs through which you can identify a person being emotionally stressed or harassed. Understand them to help the people in need. People who are being abused may:

    • Seem afraid or anxious to please their partner
    • Go along with everything their partner says and does
    • Check in often with their partner to report where they are and what they are doing
    • Receive frequent, harassing phone calls from their partner
    • Talk about their partner's temper, jealousy, or possessiveness
    • Have very low self-esteem, even if they used to be confident
    • Show major personality changes (e.g. an outgoing person becomes withdrawn)
    • Be depressed, anxious, or suicidal
    • Be restricted from seeing family and friends
    • Rarely go out in public without their partner
    • Have limited access to money, credit cards, or the car

    If you see a person going through these symptoms around you then talk to them because you never know when you might become an angel in disguise.