Jasmine's Place Issue No. 15 - February 2015 - Page 13

10. She may not want people to visit her at home or may not be comfortable giving out her address or details. 12. If she has children she may find it very difficult to control them and they may call her names and ignore her. Alternatively, her children may be extremely clingy to her and not want to leave her. 14. In a new relationship her new partner may constantly want to be with her and may ‘surprise’ her with visits when he knows she will be spending time with other people. 16. He may seek to present her as unreasonable and himself as the victim of her unreasonable behaviour. 11. Her partner may be unsociable with her friends, family or colleagues, or he may be extremely charismatic and friendly to everyone. Alternatively, he may belittle her in public. 13. Her partner may tell people she is abusing him and that he is a victim of domestic abuse. 15. She may move in with him/become engaged to him/become pregnant very quickly after first meeting him or starting a relationship with him. 17. Her behaviour may start to change after meeting him/beginning a relationship with him. 18. She may stop talking about her partner. Originally published in Issue No. 3. Reproduced with permission from Restored. For more information, please visit: http://www.restoredrelationships.org/ JASMINE'S PLACE 13