- August 13, 2007 at 3:05 pm #253193
She doesn’t feel that he is abusive. Being that I lived in a home where my father had exact same trades as this man does, I know it is not healthy for her but she doesn’t see it. I think that this is the biggest problem.
How do I get her to see that her grandpa treated her grandma the same way. My kids herd me talk often about abuse my mom indured and now she is in abusive relationship and she doesn’t see it. How do I reach her.
She feels that we don’t love her and she is neglected but the truth is that he has not allowed her to spend any time with us or anyone except him.
Many of you have told me to mined my own business and that she has to learn by her own mistakes. Oh
dear God, there has got to be a way to reach these women who are getting in an abusive relationships. How many years go by before some of them can have the curage to get out of this relationship.
And then how about kids that are exposed to this kind of life. The abuse I lived with from my father is still with me and I’m 50.
Not interfere !! Im sorry but keeping these women isolated in a
relationship and making them feel as if they have no support from
family or friends is key in the abuse.
This is not about letting a daughter make her own decisions, it is
about saving a life ! Now more than a decade later, I work as a
counselor for abused women in my free time. Controling emotionally
can lead to horrific things.
There is no time at all that a woman
should feel imprisoned, or unable to be
herself. My advise to the
mother, is do all you can do get your daughter help, counseling, and
keep her safe.
Advising otherwise would be completely irresponsible.
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> I am praying for your daughter.I am not sure there is anything
you can do.He seems to be a control freak and has a hold over her
that will take more than just her family to break.Since she is a
quite and reserved she is keeping all the emotional abuse to her
self.The one thing you can do is be there for her when the dam
breaks and she has had enough.Don’t try and break it off it can
only make things worse.Just be there for her and just let you know
you love her and respect her.
> I know you first instinct is to protect your children but there
are some things they have to do on there own.No matter how hard
you try to break them up his emotional abuse makes her feel guilty
about leaving him and he has control for know.
> Just love her and support her and above all don’t interfer.
> I would suggest you talk to counselors at the local women’s
shelter they may be able to steer you in the right direction.
> Gail North East PA.
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