It may seem romantic if your partner wants to know everything. However, when it gets overboard, then you need to be careful.
2. Dictating resources spending
If your partner tells you how to spend or save money and other resources because they feel they have ownership of your finances since they are in a relationship with you, then you are in an abusive relationship.
3. Picking fights
Abusers like to assess how much you can and will take. They will start out by testing you with small arguments and overtime, these fights will get big as you let them.
4. Domination and control
Your partner should not think he/she owns you and so everything he/she says is final.
Avoid a partner who blames you for everything bad that happens in the relationship and never takes blame for their faults and actions.
6. Violence of any kind
Physical abuse is the worst case scenario. If you see any signs of violence, get out as soon as you can because it will only get worse.
7. Superiority feeling
At first, superiority can look like confidence, but with an abuse, it can turn out to be egomania or abrasive arrogance. At its worst, it can be sociopathic narcissism.
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