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Often we hear a word abuse, but many of us do not know what is abusing exactly. Dr. Neha Mehta will be discussing the types of abuse in a relationship in this article.

Abuse in Relationship:

Beating or physically hitting is an offence that happens in relationships some times. If it happens once, then there are standard ways to solve it, but if the act occurs repeatedly, then that is dangerous. 

The hitting became a pattern in some relationships. It infuses depression into the abused person. Hitting or other types of torture may take the tormented person into a weird circle where he or she can not express his or her thoughts, and nobody lives in their world for listening also.

Here in the article, the consultant Psychologist Dr. Neha Mehta would describe various categories of abuse. The Doctor would highlight damage from different aspects so that you may know the word (violence) in detail. It might help you to understand the types of abuse in a relationship, which should be protested. You should help other victimized people also.

Abuse:

To understand the types of damage, you must know what abuse is? Often people say that he or she does not hit me, or he does not sexually torture me. Hitting or sexual torture is not the only way of abuse. Many acts depict violence. Here are the types of damage. 

1.Physical abuse:

This type includes hitting, beating (repeatedly), giving harsh punishments, and forcefully entering to other one's privacy. These are the signs of physical abuse. The acts of physical attack are straightforward and clear enough for identification.

2. Sexual Abuse:

The effects of Abuses on Brain are grave and sexual abuse makes the impact more profound. For example, the partner goes beyond the limit and creates obnoxious feelings or the partner continuously pressurizing mentally with it. You are not suitable for sex sort of words. Sometimes the partner says that you are only born for sex, and there is nothing except sex that you are capable of that. So, you are like a sex toy to me. These create deep negative empathy on bran.

Sometimes the partner forces for a particular type of sex act or multiple partner act. These sorts of direct or sarcastic expressions portray sexual abuse. These all objectionable offences, along with unwillingness, affect the brain very much.

3.Emotional or Verbal Abuse:

Insulting verbally or emotionally hammering seems very common in relationships. People say it is casual, so it should not be considered so profoundly. Yet, repetition of such mistreatments portrays abuse.

For example, you are not so subtle, how stupid you are, look at your physic (too fat or too thin), etc. Some negative words related to a particular body part, like the nose, is significant. Eyes are very short, etc., skill associated languages like you can not take responsibility for my family, parents, you do not match with me, etc. belong to the category. 

In case of repeated use of such languages, the affected should protest. Raising voice against the acts that infuse bad feelings in you is essential. Otherwise, the affected may seriously injure physically or mentally in the future.

4.Financial Abuse:

Food, cloth, place of living, and sex (in relationship issues) belong to the human right. So, in case, one party is not getting the rights properly then he or she should go for help. The government supports solving such issues, and there many other ways also.

Financial abuse is a type that affects the male and female equally. Many cases have found with strong evidence that the wife threatens the husband with divorce, filing torture case (false), etc. unless the male party fulfils all her demands like more money, accessories, clothes, and others.

The female party has been affected by not getting adequate pocket money, cloth, food, and even sex in a relationship. Whether the lady earns or not, lack of equity in the supply of the basic needs became a common cause.

5.Mental Abuse:

It is critical among all the types of abuse in a relationship. Mentally one party can be mistreated softly or hardly. This abuse form can suppress both male and female parties.

Many people are tortured mentally in a continuous base, but they can not recognize that. For example, passing comments, harming the personal identity (verbally or by activities), and questioning the own security like you can not meet your child or go out or talk with your parents unless you do this.

Any mistreatment that gives stress to the mind should be considered with care. The Effects of Abuses on Brain is hazardous. So, it will help if you do not deal with the mental hammerings casually.


 

6.Cultural abuse:

It may not be seen as mistreatment, but it is an important form. Many marriages have devastated due to cultural abuse in today's world.

Now, the world has opened for meeting with people from various cultures. Some friendships are going to marriage also. It is the benefit of the progressive world, but there is a hitch as well. In such a different culture's weddings need openness and adaptability. Without the personality of adapting the norms of another culture, relationships turn into the trash in a few months.

Accusing each other has started within some months, like, what kind of culture you have, what are you draped, how lousy food habits you have, how are you eating, walking, talking and behaving. The issue has reached families, friends, and milieus as well. These all belong to the cultural abuse. 

Conclusion:

The discussed abuses have significant effects. If you are affected, or anyone from your circle is suffering from these types of abuse in a relationship. Then talk to a lawyer or help the other person. The mentions categories are seen mostly in today's society. There are soft and harsh methods of application. Dr. Neha Mehta prescribes not to tolerate such repetitive issues anymore.  

Note - This article should be read and shared with people, especially women, for spreading awareness among as many people as possible. Thus, the abuse cases would be decreased in numbers.


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