There is a cycle of violence in domestic abuse situations:
Cycle Of Violence
Abuse – Your partner will hurt you with every little action that you make to dominate you.
Guilt – The abusive partner will feel guilty not with what they’ve done but at the thought of facing the consequences of his actions.
Excuses – He (or even she) will try to excuse what he (or she) did to avoid responsibility.
“Normal” Behavior – The person, will try to act normal or sweet again to prevent you from leaving with the hope of change.
Fantasy and Planning – The abusive partner will think of how to hurt you again by manipulating you and going back to what you supposedly did wrong.
Set-up – Your partner will set you up so that he can justify the abuse.
Abusers will spout excuses and sweet words in between this to make you stay and believe that they still love you. Do not be fooled by this. These type of people are self-centered and controlling. They only serve themselves and will reel you in as much as they can because they want to damage you for their pleasure. Resist the belief that they love you because THEY DON’T.
Preparing for death means different things to all of us. Some people use their last days as a time to rebuild those bridges they burned in the past by making peace with those they have hurt or angered. Others choose to live out their final time by doing things they always wanted to do or seeing things they always wanted to see. Of course, if you are bedridden and unable to travel, this may be an obstacle to overcome if possible. Many people want their family with them every step of the way and others do not want their family to see them that way. Those who are religious either turn toward their religion for strength or away from it because they blame God for their death.
By now, you’ve heard of comfort dogs. They are allowed in stores, planes, and anywhere else with their owner on the premise that they are there for emotional support. Other comfort pets include cats, birds, and other rather “portable” animals. However, the list doesn’t have to end there.
The idea of marrying and spending a lifetime with the person you love the most is so pure and welcome. You’ll have a stable source of energy whenever you feel exhausted; he’ll stay beside you even if you hit rock bottom, and vice versa. Despite that, it won’t be wise to say ‘I do’ immediately based on that. Ask yourself these questions before getting married.
When you are dealt with the devastating news that you are infertile, how can you honestly go on? It’s devastating news and not something you ever want to hear, whether you’re young or old but unfortunately, it happens on a day-to-day basis. When it does happen, it’s shattering and for some, they cannot process the news. Worst still, there are many emotional ramifications to come from infertility.
You Feel Hurt and Angry
For the most part, people start off very emotional, they cry and feel very upset but that can soon turn into anger and that is the number one emotion for most people. When someone finds out they’re infertile, they can become very angry and it’s one emotional ramification of infertility. It’s human nature to become angry and you don’t want to think there is something wrong with you as to why you cannot have a child. It’s frightening and something that destroys a person so much so they don’t want to go on living. That is why it’s necessary to find an outlet for the grief. Continue reading
What happens when you or your partner is unable to conceive a child? Infertility is one of the most terrifying obstacles a couple can face today and yet it’s becoming even more common. Unfortunately, there are some who cannot have a child of their own and news like that can ruin a marriage. Is it possible to overcome these issues? Read on to find out more information about overcoming infertility and preventing a broken marriage today.
How Can You Overcome Infertility?
First and foremost, you might want to talk to someone who has gone through it and experienced the same pains and emotions you’ve felt. It could be helpful to find a support group that specializes in this area. It doesn’t matter if you’re infertile or your partner is, it’s good to talk about it and by talking about it to those who’ve gone through it, you can feel less alone. This can be extremely effective and also a much simpler way to prevent a marriage from being ruined. Continue reading