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Detecting emotional abuse

In some situations, married people may decide to file for divorce from their spouse after realizing that their emotions are being abused. Though no physical wounds may be inflicted, victims of emotional abuse suffer considerably from their partners. Below are the following signs that your emotions are being abused by your partner:

  • Emotional blackmail
  • Your partner continuously denies their mistakes
  • You are not getting proper responses
  • Turmoil in your relationship is constant
  • You are getting frequent criticism, being accused of wrong doing, or being blamed
  • You feel you are being dominated by your partner

People who experience any of the following signs of emotional abuse should understand that they do not deserve such abusive actions from their partners and therefore should consider taking legal action to put an end to such abuse.

The lawyers at Marshall & Taylor PLLC in Raleigh help people who have considered filing for divorce after experiencing emotional abuse from their partners. Find out how we may work for you today by calling (919) 833-1040.