If you're super uncomfortable around someone to the point where you feel like you are walking on egg shells or afraid to relax and be yourself in the relationship for fear of how that person may react..... odds are you have been emotionally abused by them.
"Never love anyone who treats you like you're ordinary."
- Oscar Wilde
If someone is emotionally, verbally, or physically abusing you it means they're treating you (worst) than ordinary.
Emotional abuse is when someone dominates you and shouts at you. They don't give you the opportunity to speak or have your say in a conversation. You are often picked on and treated like a nothing. You are just not happy to be in a relationship but choose to stay for other reasons. The person has control over your thoughts and decisions.
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