It is not uncommon for the initial infatuation and excitement of a relationship to fade over time, and for the true nature of a relationship to be revealed. If you find that your marriage has become toxic, it is important to take steps to address the issue. This may involve seeking professional help, such as couples therapy or individual therapy, to try to improve communication and find healthy ways to resolve conflicts. It may also involve setting boundaries to protect yourself and your well-being.
If you are in a toxic marriage and are feeling unsafe or are experiencing abuse, it is important to seek help immediately. This may involve seeking support from friends, family, or a domestic violence hotline. It is never okay to be subjected to abuse, and there are resources available to help you find safety and support.
– You are always afraid to say what you think.
– Conversations that are serious can’t happen.
– You are avoidably lonely.
– Problems are dealt with by making threats
– Words that hurt are the norm.
– You are not allowed to grow.
– You are hurt by other people.
– Keep quiet.
– Not being pushed enough.
– You can’t talk to your friends and family.
– You can’t move around nearly enough.
– Someone is watching you.
– There is emotional blackmail.
– No apologies, even when it’s clear you’re wrong.
– What you earn can’t be spent.
– What other people say is more important than what you say.
-You don’t like having to take risks.
– Money and sex are used to punish people.
– People always try to make you look bad.
– You don’t have a purpose.
– You have feelings for someone else.
– It’s easy to tell lies.
– You feel insecure.
– The marriage gives you no privacy.
– Efforts only go one way.
– Doesn’t care.