Universal rejection truth of dating and relationships
When you’ve been with someone for a long time, the odds are good that your finances are tightly entangled with theirs and it can be difficult to separate them enough to make a clean getaway.
Other times, the abuser may restrict the victim’s finances in order to control them and prevent them from leaving.
They may believe that this is all they can get or that this is what relationships are of the circumstances.
Men in gay or bisexual relationships often have their orientation used against them.
Many people stay in abusive relationships because they have no way of leaving without taking a beloved pet with them; the abusive partner may threaten them or take out their anger on the innocents they were forced to leave behind.
It gets even complicated if there are children involved.
Some may stay because they fear being accused of being the villain in the piece.
To start with, it can be hard enough to admit you’re in an abusive relationship in the first place.This is because, frankly, I want men to be , not something toxic that mistakes violence for power, anger for strength, sex for value.Sometimes that means talking about things men are doing wrong, so they can recognize it and do better.especially by someone perceived as being “weaker” than they are. In the popular portrayal of the henpecked husband, the man is frequently shown as being a weakling who’s incapable of standing up to his wife and thus “earns” his abuse as punishment for being so weak and unmasculine.
To be a “man” is to be strong; allowing a woman (or a “fag” – gay men, after all, are automatically seen as weak and “feminine” in traditional masculinity) to hurt you means that you clearly … All of this means that authorities are less likely to take reports of domestic violence with a male victim seriously.
If you’re not financially independent – and in this economy, many of us few resources out there for male victims of domestic abuse.