Are you in a relationship with someone special? If yes then you should look deep inside yourself and ask “Is this relationship abusive?” Millions of teens and adults are in abusive relationships all over the world. The first steps to knowing if you are in an abusive or unhealthy relationship is to know the different types of abuse. There are six different types of abuse; Physical, Emotional/Verbal, Stalking, financial, sexual and digital.
First, the main type of abuse is physical. Physical abuse happens everywhere, but mostly in a married, and or a teenage relationship. Men that are being physically abused are actually common in this day and age. The worst part of the man being hit and beaten in a relationship is the part that they can’t do anything back, because if they do they will be the ones going to jail. The fact is that the stereo type of the men always beating and abusing the wives and women has put the guys in a bad spot. Don’t get me wrong, men can definitely be the abusers in a relationship, in fact men tend to be more violent and physical than women do to the fact that they are much more dominate. Physical abuse is intentional use of physical force with the intent to cause fear or injury, like hitting, shoving, biting, strangling, kicking or using a weapon. Physical abuse is a widespread problem all over the world. Physical abuse is not limited to any specific subset of the population. Families from all racial, and ethnic backgrounds are forced into physical abuse. However, certain social factors come with higher levels of reported physical abuse such as single parenting and low income. Physical abuse is the result of harsh methods or punishment that has gone to the point of physical injury or risk of physical injury.. Not all relationships are physical; there are also relationships that are emotionally abusive as well.
The second type of abuse is emotional and verbal. Abuse in general...