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Am I the abusive one?

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Like targets of abuse everywhere many of our members have asked the question "Am I the abusive one?" Often when a target becomes aware they are dealing with abuse they will inform the abuser of his/her abuse. Often abusers then turn the tables accusing their target of abuse often creating doubt and confusion in the mind of their target.

The following blog link is well worth a look if you find yourself asking this question "Am I the abusive one?"

Lundy Bancroft tackles this question on his blog Healing and Hope, Words for victims and survivors of domestic violence, abuse and trauma. Click here to read article.

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