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About abuse... counselling banbury counselling counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling counselling banbury             In relationships one person may be dominant or more forceful. Abuse may occur when the needs of one partner are not considered. An abusive relationship may develop slowly and be identified by controlling behavioural patterns or lack of respect. counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling                    In an abusive relationship one or more of the following may be present: counselling banbury counsellor

  • One person's needs are not considered
  • Criticism and put-downs are constant
  • Behaviour is controlled and freedom restricted
  • Threats of physical violence may be present

Abuse can stem from family dysfunction and often occurs in a familiar pattern that both abuser and victim are part of. These patterns are quite often based on an intense need for love and affection, a terror of being abandoned, low self-esteem, isolation or substance misuse. counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banburycounselling banbury counselling banbury counselling      How can therapy help?                                                                                     Therapy may help assess whether a relationship is abusive or just unbalanced by increasing awareness of what is happening. It could help restore self esteem and identity new ways of relating to other people. counselling banbury counselling oxfordshire counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling witney counselling witney counselling counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling      Contact us... counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbury                  The content of this page is for general information only. In relation to your specific circumstance please feel free to contact us for an informal chat. counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney counselling witney 

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