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    In The Stranger, the author exposes the audience to many unhealthy relationships that may or may not be identified. In part one of The Stranger the novel introduces Salamano, Meursault’s neighbor, and his dog who is in an abusive relationship some may consider physical and verbal. This type of relationship is most remembered throughout the book because it is physical abuse but is it so different from the relationship Meursault had with his deceased mother? Some readers argue that no harm was inflicted

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    good relationship comes with honesty, love, safety, trust, and communication. A bond where two partners respect each other with no disrespect. A partnership is nothing compared to a fairy tale. Though, all individual goes through its ups and downs while trying to cope through a rough day or a long day. Just like when two partners come to agreements and disagreements more than likely will have to talk about it without being emotionally and verbally abusive. In this case not every relationship turns

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    individual sessions a teenage female client. She has struggled with anything from the use of substance abuse, divorced parents to now finding out she is in an abusive relationship. The most difficult thing that I was exposed to was listening to her talk about toxic relationship. I can relate to this client because I was a part of an abusive relationship for over four years. It was difficult for me to be attuned to this client. I noticed my mind to start to wander away from what the client was saying

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    What it really means to be in an abusive relationship Society is very familiar with the terms physical and emotional abuse, whether it is personal or a term heard in passing. The majority of people want a happy, beneficial relationship not one that is going to cause more harm than good, yet so many people find themselves in harmful relationships. Why? People do not just find themselves in repressive relationships, there are many factors in one's life that contribute to the reasons one may find themselves

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    How to tell if you're in an emotionally abusive relationship. First off you need to realize that not all abusive relationships are physically, emotionally abusive relationships are a very real thing. 1. Your spouse or significant other find pleasure in humiliating you or embarrassing you constantly and continues even after multiple pleas to stop. When going out with friends they make you the joke, weather they are making fun of your appearance or how you act, it makes you feel like you must change

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    The things that go on behind closed doors leave others to always wonder. At times people look at couples and begin to wonder why that lumpy, purple bruise is on their forearm. Their minds go straight to negative thoughts. There are many abusive relationship in the world today. There is no reason for abuse at all; although, there has to be a reason for the extensiveness of it over the past years. When trying to give any reasonable explanation to abuse one needs to think of their life situation. The

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    Welcome to my blog, Perfect Love. Throughout my blog posts, I will discuss my personal experience with an abusive relationship, how to realize that you are in an abusive relationship, and how to leave. Aside from using my own personal experiences, I will also add credible sources to my posts.  At some point in your life, you will meet someone and fall in love. For me, this experience happened my junior year of high school as I met my boyfriend, John (names have been changed). At first, everything

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    Introduction Abusive Relationships are created mentally and physically. In my opinion, the definition for abuse describes a person with harmful intents; lacking concern, compassion, or affection for another human being. The following annotated bibliographies will express different stages of abuse in set climates. The purpose is to evaluate opinions of the authors selected with the most relevant connections to the behavior patterns of abusive relationships.

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    their significant other. ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIPS & HOW TO DEAL WITH ONE A self-help presentation by Haley Munn PSYC1001 What is an abusive relationship? The textbook definition of “Relationship Abuse” is: a pattern of abusive and coercive behaviors used to maintain power and control over a former or current intimate partner. In other words, a relationship in which you feel put down, afraid of or hurt by your partner. How do I recognize if I am in an abusive relationship? Do you alter what you say

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    What causes people to be abusive in their relationship? Is there something in the brain that causes it? Can an imbalance in hormones affect their behavior? Does our environment play a part? Could people genetics have something to do with them abusing their partners? Could there be damaged to their frontal lobe? Throughout this part, I’m going to explain some of potential cause of people being abusive towards their partner. Could people genetics have something to do with them abusing their partners

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