How to Know if your Girlfriend is Crazy
Whether you have just started dating her or been knowing her for years, consider what you are getting yourself into before you commit. Read the signs.
She has been acting strange almost scary. You have jokingly told family and friends, she is crazy, but you know her behavior is really no laughing matter. You question whether you want to continue a relationship with her, but you don’t want to have to deal with the hell she will most likely cause if you two should break up. So what do you do? You seek the help you need, even if it means filing for a restraining order at the local police station, and get out of the relationship if any or all of the following signs you have witnessed.
Don’t be deceived, there are women in this world who can be just as violent as men; however, when statistics of domestic violence occurring by women to men aren’t high and men aren’t calling the police, abusive women are overlooked.
When women become abusive they are usually described as crazy or mental, but abusive is not usually a word that is associated with their behavior. A man who feels that his girlfriend may be acting in ways that are emotionally and physically harmful will have to make up in his mind to leave the relationship. Here’s what you need to know to determine whether you have a relationship with a woman who is potentially abusive.
Is she someone who is jealous and possessive toward you, won’t let you have friends, checks up on you, and will not accept breaking up?
Calls you names, insults you or puts you down.
Destroys your property.
Does she try to control you by being very bossy, giving orders, making all the decisions, doesn’t take your opinion seriously? She will also show this belittling kind of behavior in the public without remorse.
Is she scary? Do you worry about how this person will react to things you say or do?
Does she threaten you, use or own weapons?
Is she violent? Does she have a history of fighting, losing her temper, bragging about mistreating others? For instance, when she handles conflict there is always drama, “I pulled over the car, got out and kicked her a*#! No one messes with me or my man!”
Pressures you for sex, is forceful or scary about sex? Thinks that men or boys are sex objects, attempts to manipulate or guilt-trip you by saying, “If you really loved me, you would…” or gets too serious about the relationship too fast? Some of her ideas for lovemaking are so strange that you would be embarrassed to tell a friend.