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    10 MAJOR Warning Signs You’re Dating The Wrong Man


    Time: it is your most precious resource. It’s something that no amount of money can buy.

    So if you’re dating a man and something doesn’t feel quite right, then maybe it’s time to cut the cord.

    Here are 10 signs you are dating the wrong guy:


    1. You can’t seem to introduce him to your friends and family.

    2. He doesn’t listen to you.

    3. He wants your time 24/7.

    4. You can’t seem to show your real self.

    5. You don’t have the same interests.
    6. Spending time with him is exhausting.

    7. You can’t have difficult conversations with him.
    8. He is too self-centered.

    9. You feel like you’re not good enough.

    10. You can’t see a future with him.


    I got into this heavy relationship with this guy name Rico.

    Rico and I met when I was 20 years old, and we carried on a relationship for six years. I ended up with Rico because he provided what at the time I thought was real love, and protection. He was a real-life gang banger, thug, and was tied up in all types of things that went on in the streets.

    What unfolded in my life with him was him controlling me pulling knives on me, and as well as guns, because I didn’t want to go places with him. I went from being his loving girlfriend to be his object of control.


    He had to know where I was at all times, and at first, I looked at in as though he just loves me, and didn’t want anything to happened to me. This was not the case he wanted to know my ware outs, because he was out there cheating on me, and didn’t want me running into him where he wasn’t supposed to be. The major incident that made me leave the relationship was in 2006

    .He tried to kill me my sister and my sister two young children. I left with the clothes on my back, and never looked back.


    The heartache behind having to suffer a long 4 years of abuse and mental anguish from the hands of a lover was the last thing I thought I’d be speaking about at this time in my life.


    I believe the reason why I fell into this relationship so quickly, and without healing from the entire Vegas kidnapping was because I did not take time to heal, and I just clung to the first sign of what I thought was going to be the arms of safety in a man.


    Focused advice…

    A relationship isn’t a strength or happiness in your life while you’re in a broken place.


    You have to be okay with being with you alone while you’re in your time of healing before the Father.


    You have to learn how to focus forward from the things that you have been pushing in the back of your mind for so long.

    How do you heal from emotional abuse?

    Getting Back To Yourself After Emotional Abuse

    1. Take care of your physical health.

    2. Allow yourself to feel everything when you are ready.

    3. Find support and be a support.

    4. Remember that healing takes time.

    5. Be gentle with yourself.

    Can you get PTSD from emotional abuse?

    Emotional abuse doesn’t always lead to PTSD, but it can. PTSD can develop after a frightening or shocking event. Your doctor may make a PTSD diagnosis if you experience high levels of stress or fear over a long period of time. These feelings are usually so severe that they interfere with your daily functioning.

    What are the side effects of emotional abuse?

    Emotional Abuse Can Cause Nervous Breakdown

    The effects of emotional abuse can be painful and destructive, both in the short and long-term. Survivors are often plagued by low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and feelings of helplessness.


    What are the side effects of emotional abuse?

    Emotional Abuse Can Cause Nervous Breakdown

    The effects of emotional abuse can be painful and destructive, both in the short and long-term. Survivors are often plagued by low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and feelings of helplessness.

    What’s an example of emotional abuse?

    Emotional abuse can involve any of the following: Verbal abuse: yelling at you, insulting you, or swearing at you. Rejection: Constantly rejecting your thoughts, ideas, and opinions. Gaslighting: making you doubt your own feelings and thoughts, and even your sanity, by manipulating the truth.

    What does emotional abuse do to the brain?

    Long-term effects on brain and body

    Emotional abuse, like physical abuse, can have long-term effects on the brain and body. In fact, according to one study, severe emotional abuse can be as damaging as physical abuse and contribute to depression and low self-esteem.

    What are the 4 types of abuse?

    the Four types of abuse:

    • Physical abuse.

    • sexual child abuse (Rape, molestation, child pornog-

    • neglect (Physical neglect, educational neglect, and.

    • Emotional abuse (Aka: Verbal, Mental, or Psychology-

    What’s the difference between emotional and mental abuse?

    emotions. This involves how we feel, what we feel, and the coping mechanisms we develop for both. Psychological abuse according to O’Hagan, however, has more effect mentally. That includes the development of cognitive function and memory.


    Who can be an abuser?

    An abuser could be anyone. It can be someone you know or someone you work with. It could be staff who care for you, like the nurse or care assistant in your home. It could be your family or friends.

    Hello! My name is Jereè Clark and I began this BLOG to share my journey as a Digital Marketing Agency owner while living in my purpose as a Woman unapologetically. As I start the process of mending the pieces of my career back together I want to share my journey and the process of where I am and where I am going in the Marketplace. Welcome to this #UnMended Process of becoming her. It's so uncomfortable at times for me to bare the deepest parts of myself but is so worth it in the end to see the woman I'll become. So Cheers to healing, and celebrating my freedom as a career driven woman, in faith, in life, and in love. May you also Soar & Grow in faith, life, and in love. Xo Jereè

    Mending the vow isn’t an easy task. It’s pressure, it’s finding the grit to find the grace in each area of your life to forgive, to heal, and to grow daily.

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