Isolation

The Loneliness Will Soon Come To A Hault

What is the defenition of isolation in abusive relationships?

Isolation being away from or not seeing someone (usually a friend or family member) for a long period of time. In abusive relationships, the abuser is jealous of the amount of time the victim is spending with their family or friends. Isolation is one of the many big warning sings of a abusive relationship.

Constant Messages Via Text Message Or Email

In abusive relationships, eighty two percent of the victims said that they received 10, 20, or even 30 messages per hour. The abuser is trying to find out what you are constantly doing; the abuser's goal is to get you alone because they are suspicious as to what the partner is doing. Persistent phone calls and text messages from the abusive partner in the relationship is a big red flag in a abusive relationship.

Keeping You Away From Friends And Family

As the victim, the abusive partner in this relationship may isolate you from your friends and family. The abuser in the relationship will put down anyone you know as a way to isolate you away from your family or friends. The abuser is jealous of the amount of time the partner is being spent with another person/group of people rather than the abuser.

Being Restricted Or Limited Of Being Able To Do Certain Actions

In abusive relationships, as a sign of isolation, the abuser may tell you who you can see, what you can read, where you can go, etc. The abuser uses control to get the victim to do what the abuser wants; justifying their needs or wants. The abuser wants to limit the victim of their involvement of anything but them.

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