Husband is a tyrant

Every girl who dreams of get­ting mar­ried rep­re­sents her cho­sen one as a lov­ing, gen­tle and car­ing man. But life has its own view on such things, and it hap­pens that some find them­selves vic­tims of psy­cho­log­i­cal abuse after mar­riage. Hus­band — a tyrant is mer­ci­less to his part­ner.

If you find your­self in this sit­u­a­tion, don’t give up. Let’s try to fig­ure out what the psy­chol­o­gy of such a per­son is and how to get away from her hus­band — a tyrant.

No woman is immune from the fact that the hand­some prince, whom she fell in love with, in an instant will turn into a mon­strous man who will begin to treat her with dis­dain.

Signs of a husband — a tyrant

Even if you think that your spouse is not capa­ble of being a tyrant, it is still worth know­ing about the ten most com­mon symp­toms that prove that your hus­band is a psy­cho­log­i­cal tyrant.

  1. Your spouse does not allow you to keep in touch with friends and fam­i­ly. Thus, he uses psy­cho­log­i­cal pres­sure to make you com­plete­ly belong to him. It is worth not­ing that the hus­band — a moral tyrant is able to make every effort to lim­it your com­mu­ni­ca­tion with oth­ers. He does not want to real­ize that, in addi­tion to your fam­i­ly life, there must be oth­er types of rela­tion­ships for you. If you notice this in your part­ner, then this indi­cates his ten­den­cy to use psy­cho­log­i­cal vio­lence.
  2. Hus­band — home tyrant comes up with humil­i­at­ing nick­names for you, there­by insult­ing your per­son­al­i­ty. When he sees your reac­tion to what was said, he begins to shield him­self, blam­ing every­thing on your touch­i­ness, offer­ing to take a sim­pler look at the sit­u­a­tion, etc. Intu­itive­ly, you may under­stand that you do not deserve this in your address. But you are afraid to do any­thing. Such men in most cas­es seek to con­vince the vic­tim of their psy­cho­log­i­cal abuse that such an appeal to her is quite nor­mal and the prob­lem lies only in her inabil­i­ty to respond to “harm­less jokes”.
  3. The hus­band is a tyrant and despot in his life fail­ures most often blames you, but not him­self. With the tantrum that he throws, he tries to prove that he is not at all to blame for the prob­lems, declar­ing that you are the rea­son for every­thing. Remem­ber that a clear sign of an unhealthy rela­tion­ship is an unwill­ing­ness to take respon­si­bil­i­ty, shift­ing it to oth­ers.
  4. Some domes­tic despots are prone to alco­hol abuse and depen­den­cy on drugs. Which soon­er or lat­er, but will lead to uncon­trol­lable ten­den­cies and inad­e­qua­cy in the behav­ior of a man.
  5. He seeks to instill fear in you by intim­i­dat­ing and humil­i­at­ing you. Con­sid­er break­ing up if your spouse specif­i­cal­ly puts you in a dan­ger­ous sit­u­a­tion, thus show­ing you his own col­lec­tion of weapons. By this he says that, if nec­es­sary, he will not hes­i­tate to use it.
  6. If you still neglect his ban on see­ing friends, he is able to pun­ish you for the time that you spent with­out him. A tyrant hus­band begins to threat­en you, scream, and is capa­ble of worse meth­ods, sim­ply because you do not always devote your­self to him.
  7. Such men demand to be treat­ed like an aris­toc­ra­cy. He sees you as a slave.
  8. Emo­tion­al sadists are mor­bid­ly jeal­ous. No mat­ter how strange it may sound, but he is jeal­ous of you not only to your envi­ron­ment, but also to plans and dreams. And all because he can­not con­trol both the spir­i­tu­al and mate­r­i­al aspects of your life.
  9. With the help of their emo­tions, despots try to con­trol their women. If you did not do what he likes, he will begin to threat­en, hint­ing that he will leave you. Tries to make you feel guilty.
  10. Unrea­son­able jeal­ousy and tantrums soon­er or lat­er, but turn into the use of phys­i­cal force against you. And you should not even think about how to live with a tyrant hus­band. Walk away before he crip­ples you.
See also
How can I help my husband stop drinking?

How to deal with a tyrant husband?

how to get away from a tyrant husband

If, nev­er­the­less, you are unlucky, and a lov­ing hus­band has become a tyrant, then you should resist his influ­ence as much as you can. If he only talks about your short­com­ings, then remind him that she needs a spouse for admi­ra­tion, and you your­self will see your own short­com­ings. If that does­n’t work, then don’t be upset about his bad mood. Always have a set amount of mon­ey with you. Take care of your­self.

In case you are tired of resis­tance, run away from such a spouse. These peo­ple rarely change.

So, if your hus­band is a tyrant, don’t let your­self be humil­i­at­ed. You are a woman, unique and price­less. Take care of your life and do not allow any­one to crip­ple it.