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Are women in the age range of 16-25 or 25 and over more susceptible to abuse?
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It would seem that both are equally abused (when in a relationship) - but the NATURE of the abuse changes with the woman's age.
I am 40 and have been in a number of relationships, beginning in my teens. Looking back, I would say that the "early ones" were more mild, although manipulative. It was after I had my son that I seem to have appeared more vulnerable. . . He's grown now and, unfortunately, I still have not broken the cycle. I am SO HAPPY!! to find this site and God Bless All of You. By sharing experiences I pray that we renew our strength and spirit. This man I have been with for 7 Loooong years ought to get right! Alas, I know in my heart he won't, soooo time for a plan of action. This particular one has been the worst because it contains all of the dynamics described in these threads and articles. . .I am wondering if that is the reference to the "age factor"?
I would appreciate elaboration on: "the NATURE of the abuse changes with a woman's age". (sorry if I paraphrased) I would never want another to travel the road I have, become middle aged and figure out how futile the effort has been. It's hard to start over, and over, and over. . .
There are absolutely no age preferences to abuse. It depends strictly on the abusers personality and how he/she was brought up. There are actually abusers that came from good families, so often the fact they were abused in their home comes under question.
The only thing that will change from when you are younger to as you get older is having more experience with the opposite sex and hopefully seeing the danger signs.
Ordering you around
Being selfish and not sharing things with you such as what movie you both might like to see or what restaurant you would like to go too.
Not turning up to see you or breaking dates without giving you a good reason.
Raising a fist or open hand to you even though they may not strike you.
Calling you names that are offensive or even "stupid, fat, ugly, etc."
Putting you down constantly and this means doing the same thing in front of your friends. Usually the abuser is too smart to do it in front of your family.
Controlling aspects of your life that you should be free to control on your own. ie: going back to college, take courses, improving your lifestyle in any way, etc.
Hope this answers your question.
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At age 25, the chance is very close to zip. If, however, you suspect that you have prostate cancer, please have it checked by an MD.
Good question. It can be pretty infuriating, can't it? Particularly if you're a good driver. But. statistically speaking, men under 25 cause more accidents than any other …demographic group. Some carriers even make the cut-off date age 30(!). So, what if you're under 25, and you've never had an accident in your life, never made a claim, never had a ticket...never even thought about getting behind the wheel after having a couple of beers? Why are you "paying the price" when you don't contribute to accidents? Because of the "law of large numbers," which is what insurance is based on. Everybody pays into a pool, and those who need the money get it. The system works because not everyone makes claims, and so the relatively small amount you pay in premiums can be applied to the larger payments for accidents. But since you fall in a higher-risk category, you're expected to pay more, even if you never, ever take advantage of your insurance policy. It's similar to a person who pays a higher premium for his 2004 Cadillac Escalade, compared to a person driving a 1998 Honda Civic. The Cadillac driver, by virtue of owning such an expensive car, has assumed a higher risk, and pays accordingly. Naturally, you don't get to choose to be under 25 (as opposed to a person who chooses to buy a Cadillac), but the principles are the same. However, there are some contradictions to the "law of large numbers" in this scenario. According to an Allstate report It seems to indicate that the female drivers are beginning to become more of a driving hazard than male drivers. There's more too, As more and more women get on the road, their driving reputation diminishes. This seems to indicate that women were getting into less accidents as drivers because they spent less time driving than men.
3/25 = 0.12
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The fraction 16/25 can't be simplified any more.
It's hard for a woman to get over a verbally abusive man because the abuse was directed at her self-esteem and self-confidence rather than her physically. People look at a wom…an who's been physically abused and they can obviously see the injuries caused by the abuse, but with verbal abuse it's different because no one can see that you've been continuously that you're ugly, stupid, not worth the time of day, no one will ever love you and that the abuser is all you deserve. You believe it. You end up feeling so degraded that you can hardly function because it's all you've been told by someone who says they love you. To heal from verbal abuse a woman has to first get away from the abuser which is hard, then seek counseling where she can gain her self-esteem and self-confidence back. Then she must realize what was it that made her susceptible to an abuser in the first place. It takes years for a woman who has been abused to fully heal, but more so with psychological and verbal abuse because they are directed at the woman's mind and she begins to doubt herself. Only about 1 out of 2000 women abused are abused in just one form.
No, anything over itself is 1.
Answer Statistics currently say 'yes'. Or at least, women are less afraid to report it. There is an obvious stigma about a man reporting a woman for abuse, altho…ugh it does happen. This is known to happen after a man has grown up in an abusive environment as a child, and then unconsciously seeks another to abuse him.
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