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Do you know the Red Flags of an Abusive Relationship? 

Download the quiz to find out if your relationship is abusive.

When you are dating you will come across toxic, abusive, and narcissistic people and they will be wearing a mask which hides their true self.  We have all heard the term wolf in sheep's clothing, well this is what they are. They will use tactics to manipulate a person into a relationship with them, some of these tactics are called grooming, love-bombing, and mirroring BUT because they are wearing a mask, this mask slips and you will catch glimpses of their true self, these glimpses are called red flags, I will list some of them below, but when you see them don’t dismiss them or make excuses, because this is your opportunity to break it off with that person.


If you are already in a relationship with someone and you think it might be abusive but you are not sure, download my quiz as it will help you identify if you relationship is abusive and if it is what you can do.

This quiz also contains a checklist to help you know the green flags of a healthy relationship. Healthy relationships are built on mutual respect, trust and communication, an abusive relationship is all about power and control.


Remember, if you alter your behaviour because you are frightened of how your partner will react, you are being abused. Abuse in a relationship, doesn’t have to be physical, it can be emotional and mental and this is just as destructive as physical violence.

Do you know the Green Flags of an Healthy Relationship? 

Download the quiz to find out if your relationship is healthy.

Red Flags of an abusive relationship
  • Rushes you into a relationship

  • Tells you they love you, within a few weeks of meeting

  • Tells you, that you are their soulmate, with a few weeks of meeting

  • Gets overly jealous (remember, love is not jealous)

  • Frequently checks your phone, email or social media. Wants to know who you are talking too

  • Make you feel guilty if you do things with your friends or your family

  • Uses crude or disrespectful language when talking about others

  • Blames you when they are angry

  • Has big mood swings that make it hard to know what to expect

  • Accuse you of things you didn’t do

  • Embarrass you or put you down in front of your friends or in public

  • Makes you feel confused and stupid

  • Won't use you name, always uses a pet name such as babe, queen ect

  • Pressures you to have sex or do things that you don’t want to do

  • Ghosts you, emotionally or physically 

Self Love After Abuse NArcissist Abuse Recovery Coaching

Zoe Parsons, Life & Relationship Coach

Helping you Recover from Domestic and Narcissist Abuse

Zoe Parsons
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