Posted by: dianaiannarone | May 25, 2016

Silent Treatment (Worst Form Of Emotional Abuse)

Well said. The key is to remember that no one holds your life line…and therefore you can let go. Easier said than done, I know. Those that can’t communicate or won’t communicate will not ever be able to create or maintain a loving relationship. Not with you, or anyone…so no need to sweat out whoever came in their life next, it will be more of the same. Don’t delude yourself into believing they have moved on to a happy life or relationship. It can’t be done. By the way, I do believe in second chances…depending on the circumstances; but too many shame on us!

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The silent treatment (feigned apathy; cold-shoulder; silence; distance, and ignoring you) is the worst form of emotional abuse. It is a punishment used by abusers to make you feel unimportant, not valued, not cared about and completely absent from the abuser’s thoughts.

It is used as a form of non-physical punishment and control because the abuser mistakenly thinks that if they don’t physically harm you then they are not abusers. The truth is, they are far worse at doling out abuse than the physical abuser. Silent treatment is a form of banishing someone from the abuser’s existence without the benefit of closure or a good-bye or a chance at reconciliation. In a word … it’s meant to torture someone you profess to love.

No Second Chance

Should I meet someone again who uses this tactic just once he will not get another chance. Because the silent treatment…

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