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Date this page was last updated 07/29/2017


How do the wealthy get
caught in abuse?

If an abuser controls all the money, the one that is caught in the abuse cycle might not have any access to funds to get themselves out of the situation. They are so emotionally damaged, they think what they’ve been going through is normal.

A client of mine had money when she met her husband but because she grew up in abuse she handed it all over to him. He used it the way he wanted to and eventually used it all up.

Later she did get an inheritance from her mother and was able to go into therapy. Once she was stronger and her self-esteem was better, she was able to leave him and start a new life.

Abuse is all about the emotional damage that is put on the person that is being abused. Even if the person that is being abused controls the money side of things, they are so emotionally damaged that they get stuck in that relationship through guilt or promises that have been made.

At his insistence, a client of mine had promised her husband that she would never leave him when he got old. She had made this promise after she tried to leave him the first time, and she didn’t want to break her promise. In the end she knew she couldn’t continue living under his control, and in the end she did leave him when he was older.

I’ve had clients that were worth millions and because of the abuse, ended up homeless until they realized they do have the control to help themselves out of the abuse. Through building up their self-esteem through hypnosis, they were then able to move forward in their lives and create what they wanted to do.

Some people have the limiting idea that because a person is wealthy, they should be able to leave their abusive situation. Money doesn’t necessarily give a person freedom to leave.

Abuse is all about control and oftentimes, not recognizable. All abuse starts with emotional abuse. Using guilt and manipulation to control someone is never okay, and just because a person has money doesn’t mean that they are emotionally free.

When a person gets to the point where they are thinking about leaving, they’ve already put up with being controlled and manipulated. Most often they’ve been put down so much that they don’t feel that they deserve anything better.

If you feel you are in a similar situation, get to a therapist that specializes in abuse issues as soon as you become aware that you are being abused.

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"53 Clues to Recognize Abuse" by clicking on the title.

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