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Why Women Get So Much Anger In Their Relationships

Women get so much anger in their relationships because men have such low esteem for women. But when women actually approach them for help and support, they get the opposite response, anger.

Women get so much anger in their relationships because men have such low esteem for women. Men have learned that women cannot be trusted, so they blame and blame. Yet when women actually approach them for help and support, they get the opposite response, anger. Because most women simply do not want to admit they are in pain, or that they are unhappy, and they do not want to be treated that way, they feel they must defend themselves.

When a man is upset and upset over something, he will express himself, or he will make himself present; when a woman is upset and upset, she will remain silent, and she will look on while her man does nothing.

Women use emotion for defense. They use all the tools of emotional abuse against men, such as  shaming, blame, criticism, isolation, emotional blackmail,  controlling behavior,  verbal abuse, and sexual aggression. When a man is upset and upset over something, he will express himself, or he will make himself present; when a woman is upset and upset, she will remain silent, and she will look on while her man does nothing. This is why women don’t speak up about issues – so they do not have to deal with those people in their lives who are emotionally abusive.  When a woman is upset and upset over something, she will isolate other women, and she will blame them for her lack of success. (She blames it on them because she believes they are not nurturing enough. Of course, when they actually do all she asks of them and give her all those things she  craves, he will blame them for her lack of success. That’s right, all the things he wants her to be able to have are for her.) It is difficult for a woman with low self-esteem to recognize that she is hurting other people with her low self-esteem – even if she is being verbally and emotionally abused!  Women who do not seek help for whatever reason are  too busy “doing the dishes” to seek emotional help for themselves.  The best way to help a woman out of the emotional abuse trap is to help her see how awful it is for her to put herself through all that. Then she will try to get out of the emotional abuse trap herself.  If you think your friend is acting out physically because that is simply what she feels like doing at the moment, you should do the following:

Ask your friend how she wishes she could get out of this situation.

Ask your friend if she wishes she could get out for a number of reasons. (I.e. she feels too afraid to speak up, she needs the support, or she needs validation for her choice.)  If you feel the questions above are unhelpful and you want to try something that is more objective, please see the following  questions and answer the questions for yourself.  I hope you find these questions helpful! Why does it seem like she does not really want to seek help? Can you describe her thought process for not wanting to seek help? What could she do if she really wanted to get out of this situation? She could: A. Call the police.

B. Make a report with a hospital or professional that is willing to investigate and/or help her

C. Get emotional help

1) Can she get emotional help? Yes. Women who are not emotionally abusive are not capable of hurting their partners emotionally, and this is obvious even in their own words. The only people capable of hurting their partners are those individuals who are physically abusive. Many abusive individuals actually get emotional help and get it through a therapist.