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What is the best way to end a relationship with a violent, controlling and obsessive partner?

Ending a relationship can be easy or hard depending on the situation surrounding your breakup. Sometimes people get emotional while others get hostile which can lead to different outbursts. Trying to prevent this would be the best option.

In today's mental health question and answer session, share your opinion in the comment session below.

How best can a person end a relationship with a violent, controlling, and obsessive partner?



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33 comments

  1. If you think there is even a slight chance of violence then ghost them

    It could save your life

    You do not owe them explanations

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    1. Ghosting a violent person is dangerous I would say because if they ever find out where you are or who you are with they might just get harmful.

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  2. end” implies you are in control
    “controlling” implies he needs to be in control
    “obsessive & harsh” means he won’t let things go
    “you in control” + “his personality” <> peacefully (“<>” means not-equal-to)
    Sorry to break this news to you.

    Your only option is to hire a hot call-girl with amazing acting & manipulations skills to seduce him and make him think this is all his idea …let him leave you!!

    Good luck finding her!!

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    1. LOL, that is so crazy tho..... maybe someone might buy your point.

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  3. Oh wow this is a tricky question! The first thing that springs to mind is getting other loved ones involved to ensure you're not dealing with the situation on your own :)

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    1. You are right Gab,that is one of the safest way.

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  4. thanks for sharing such important topic. more like this soon. :)

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  5. This is a tough question. I think it all depends on the personal story of ones relationship. It's hard to tell as for everyone it can be a bit different.

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  6. stop talking to that person. say nothing become boring and read a lot they will leave

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  7. :) Just leave. Unless you are chained to the bed and can’t physically leave, all you need to pack your bags if you live together, and block him everywhere. Also tell him, “can’t be in relations with an obsessive and controlling person”. And don’t listen to their speeches of how they would change. They need to work on themselves before trying to be in relations. And don’t think you’ll hurt their feelings - you have your life and deserve to be in good calm relations. They will get over it, and hopefully learn lesson.

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    1. Surely, they never change and packing your bags and leaving, is the best choice ever. I bet they never learn their lesson.\
      Thank you Nataliya

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  8. change the number and ignore the person in real life

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    1. I guess is this best done to an overly obsessive partner. Some never let go so its better to just walk away, pack your things and never look back.

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  9. Get out quickly. No relationship should be controlling if as you suggest. You sound miserable as the person you describe. If you know the difference get out.Nothing worse than being with a paranoid personality who is obsessed with your whereabouts.

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    1. That is crazy tho, but yes getting out quickly is the best option. Thank you Rick.

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  10. You can do this right at the police station if he won't take no for an answer just let him know you are willing to take the necessary steps…to get him the f*** out of your life…love yourself first any more time with him is wasted energy

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    1. Lol, sounds funny but some crazy partners who cant let go, needs to cleared at the station. Especially, if the person can become physical after disclosing your news of leaving.

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  11. Well a short and sweet goodbye to an abusive partner is one way to do it! As long as leaving that way is safe. Many people in abusive relationships cannot safely leave their abuser without a threat to their lives. But no one should have to live with an abusive partner or any other abusive person. This is a very though provoking question and I would have to say each situation needs to be treated differently. Thanks for sharing and linking.

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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    1. Thank you Shelbee for your contributions.

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  12. Tell them its over and really mean it this time. Block them, move out if you live together. Don’t entertain them in any way, shape, form, or fashion. Block them on social media. Make sure mutual friends know you’re not together so they don’t bring them up. Get law enforcement involved if you have to.

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  13. simple - simply tell the person it is no longer working - either face to face, or whatever you feel comfortable with - simply be up front, honest, frank, to the point (don’t dwell on past issues) be honest with yourself, express your feelings explicitly in a calm, civilized, unthreatening manner - then you have done your part - and you can move on

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  14. At your neighborhood police department….if he doesnt see things your way his next home will be jail.explain.that one to him….and then ghost his ass.and don't do anything else to encourage him or give him hope.if you get hot in the ass.swindle someone else out of some dick….but stay the fuck away from him..he is clearly insecure

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  15. Break up with them respectfully. Leave them alone and start living your best life. Do things that makes you happy and good. Keep your self occupied by doing things productive. Avoid them and move on to the next.honestly life is too short to tolerate people like that. You can be happy, living a wonderful life & achieving goals that you have. There’s great females out there that will treat you like how you deserve. That’s how you break free from a relationship like that. Do and be better for you!

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  16. Just block and ghost them immediately without explanation because they don't deserve it. Unless you do, they'll continue to badger you until you change your mind and give in.

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  17. When you can’t seem to get ahead in the relationship. When it seems like the relationship isn’t going anywhere and it’s getting to the point all you do is fight and it’s getting toxic. That’s when it’s time to say goodbye.

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  18. Plan ahead to have one of your friends be there while you get your possessions out and be gone and make sure you don't make any contact with them blocked them off of all social media and stay clear of them at all cost

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  19. Avoid him and dump his ass.

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  20. Be honest and direct.

    Tell them it's not working for you and try to find an amicable way to separate.

    If that is not an option, make a plan. A place to go, how to get your stuff, have a set date, enlist trusted help with these things.

    On that date , take your stuff and go. Make sure you have your own safe place and let court handle the rest.

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  21. With the exception of people in physical danger, I have so much difficulty relating to this “problem.”

    For me, there is no bigger turn-off than a man who is obsessive and overly controlling toward me. Get out from under the oppression and enjoy your freedom!

    Just have the conversation and break up. If he persists, block his phone number, email, social media, etc.

    If there is a threat of physical harm, be smart with your planning. Relocate (I know, it’s difficult and unfair. Find friends or relatives who can help in the short term), and get the police/courts involved.

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