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In fact, many personality disordered abusers often evade treatment and proper diagnosis. First, many of these individuals have Jekyll and Hyde personalities — they behave themselves in public and abuse behind closed doors. They can be very skilled at manipulation and are even able to fool seasoned mental health professionals. Even when their issues are clearly of their own making, they blame others. Women claiming abuse are most often believed. Well, the same could be said of therapists who work with women presenting themselves as abuse victims. You might even say using the term crazy bitch is unprofessional. In everyday-speak, these women are colloquially referred to as crazy bitches, control freaks, psychos, bunny boilers, etc. There are no double standards at Shrink4Men. Does she fly into rages without warning over relatively trivial matters like a web page loading too slowly? After a rage or doing or saying something especially cruel or insensitive, does she deny having done or said these things? Does it leave you doubting your memory and worried that you might be the crazy one? You found one with a modicum of self-awareness. Did sex begin with an earth shattering bang and fizzle into infrequent, transactional and conditional sex? Is she a black-and-white, all-or-nothing thinker? Do you lie to your family, friends and colleagues about what goes on at home? Do you find yourself making excuses to your family, friends and colleagues for her inexcusable behavior? Do you find yourself walking on eggshells around her? Does she hate your friends and family and become angry or tearful when you spend time with them? Is she pathologically jealous? Does she project her feelings onto you? Does focus solely on her emotional experience while exhibiting little or no empathy for yours? Have you distanced yourself from friends and family because of your relationship? Does she place you on a pedestal one day only to tear you down the next day? Does she exhibit stalker behaviors? Calling and hanging up? Calling over and over and over until you answer the phone? Does she wait outside your home, uninvited, until you arrive? Has she tried to get close to your friends in inappropriate ways? Does she undermine your role of parent with the children? Does she refer to you as incompetent or stupid in front of the kids? Does she control the finances? Does she contribute to the finances she control? If she could, would she embed a GPS tracking device in one of your molars? Does she demand having passwords to all of your email and social media accounts? If you answered yes to more than two of these questions, you may be involved with a female abuser. Ironically, most of the time they were shamed and pathologized into seeking counseling by these women. If you think you may be involved with an abusive woman, good luck. If you choose to stay in the relationship, I strongly recommend you educate yourself about the signs and symptoms of abuse, personality disorders and learn some basic behavioral management skills. Counseling, Consulting and Coaching with Dr. Palmatier, PsyD helps individuals work through their relationship and codependency issues via telephone or Skype. She specializes in helping men and women trying to break free of an abusive relationship, cope with the stress of an abusive relationship or heal from an abusive relationship. She combines practical advice, emotional support and goal-oriented outcomes. Want to Say Goodbye to Crazy? Crazy woman from istockphotos.
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