Control and Domination
In this article here, I discuss Control and Domination in order to help make women who are in relationships where they are being abused more aware. I often speak to women who can’t leave a controlling man due to the fact that over time, he has made them feel helpless and powerless. If you’re in the same situation, please read the following article.
A controlling relationship will have a huge impact on your life. It can limit you in so many ways and you end up feeling stressed, unhappy, and depressed. It is important to emphasise that this type of relationship fits the category of an abusive relationship. Many women do not realise this. When you actually get it, it is vital to examine the primary components of an abusive relationship ie. control and domination and how they relate.
Why Men Do This
Controlling behaviour is a way of dominating and holding power over the other individual in the relationship. It is usually the man who acts in such a way, and this behaviour tends to flow on from a belief that men are in charge in relationships, which often leads to a controlling relationship.
Being “in charge” comes from the commonly held belief that men have a superior status or position. Once a man thinks like this, unless he has worked on developing a good and kind character he will use this belief system to justify being controlling within a relationship.
Many men take on these beliefs due to their training from the time that they are little children. They are instructed to think this way and encouraged to develop personalities where they dominate. This leads to the tendence to be controlling in personal relationships.
A lot of men display the desire to Control and Dominate when they are in relationships. They try to justify in their minds why they do it. Explanations are given such as: it is due to my disposition, character, personality, makeup etc. Now, unless a woman has been taught otherwise, she most likely will tend to give in to his control. This is because she has been taught that this type of behaviour is to be expected from a man. She has also been told that it should be accepted.
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Thanks for reading,
Psychic Madeline Rose
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