Did Gandhi abuse his wife?
Yes, there was one incident that Gandhi writes of abusing his wife in his autobiography. This happened when she refused to clean the latrine.
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Pretty good unless he's had counseling. Answer Most abusers are serial offenders, abusing one partner after the other. Answer I am a second wife of a Narcissist. I can tell you that the chances are good, very good. Even if they seem to have 'dealt' with their divorce. N's are very good at acti…ng, remember that. They know what to project when they need to convince you they are 'OK now'. As the second wife, I would advise anyone considering marrying a Narcissist to rethink that choice seriously. The pain and turmoil is absolutely not worth any 'love' you think you are receiving. In short, the chances are too high, and the risks too great. Love yourself instead, the returns are much better! Answer There is no chance but only a guarantee. Abusers don't care if your nicer, smarter, prettier, as you are only an object to be defeated, used and demeaned. They don't see your worth and if they do its only validity is that its a threat. Abusers are also notorious for saying "the ex wife, girlfriend was a real hag". You may even believe this after meeting her. BUT you must take into consideration why the ex is angry if this is the case. Again, they don't change they only increase the psycological warfare. Answer Very, very good. Unless he himself has saught counselling and benefitted from it. (MORE)
Most abusers firmly believe that their abusive conduct is proof and indication of deep love. In their thwarted minds, abuse, intimacy, and love are inextricable. The saddest part is that many (but not all) abusers really ARE in love (whatever that means, it's such a subjective term) with their part…ners, and deep inside are quite horrified by the abuse they inflict. (MORE)
Answer . You could be a mental or physical abuser to your wife. If you call her names constantly, always remind her of how stupid she is; she can't cook well; is ugly; put her down constantly in front of your friends, etc., or you shove, push, hit or beat her (causing injuries to her body) you a…re an abuser. Even if you try to control her by threats of violence you are an abuser.\n. \nAn abuser is all about control. It's usually learned behavior within their own family or they have been excessively spoiled. An abuser wants control simply because he or she does not have control and the odd thing is .... even if you beat your victim (yes, that's right ... the abused is a victim) you will never totally own that person. You can beat them, terrify them, but you will never own their soul! \n. \nAbusers need to control the environment around them and have everyone do their bidding. Since most of society would tell the abuser to "hit the road" the only one that the abuser has under their control is his girlfriend/wife and perhaps children. Abusers are actually weak of character and they know it. \n. \nWithin an abuser there is rage. It could be they were beaten themselves and had no control over the situation, they could have been bullied at school or didn't fit in. There are many reasons. There is psychiatric help to get to the bottom of the rage the abuser feels if they so decide to seek it out.\n. \nIf you feel you are abusive or you have problems that you can't resolve please seek out a good psychologist (does not prescribe medications) or a psychiatrist (they can prescribe medications.) There are also groups you can join so you don't feel so alienated. Please get the help! If you don't it will eventually all catch up to you and you can actually go to prison for physically abusing a partner (that includes women abusing men.) \n. \nIf you drink try and stop. If you do drugs the same applies. These two social beings do nothing to help your situation.\n. \nI am proud you have come to this board to figure out if you are an abuser. It takes guts! Now that your post has been answered you have to decide if you are an abuser (be honest with yourself) and if you are please use that courage to seek out help.\n. \nGood luck\nMarcy. Answer . \nThe answer about abuse is incorrect,,each person in a relationship has a role, its necessary to follow those responsibilities or the relationship will fail. (MORE)
Abuse is... . Her incessant criticism about the man on a personal, such as... You are ugly. Nobody but me loves you - look at you! And other general remarks meant to hurt your feelings. . Vicious mockery . Emotional blackmail . Odious lies . Name-calling such as: "You're an idiot" .… Physical Abuse (hitting, throwing objects, stabbing, strangling, etc) . Withholding needs (shelter, food, water, etc) . Frequent belittling and humiliating you in front of the children, co-workers or friends. . Peddling guilt on a CONSTANT basis. . Damaging or blocking your career, . False accusations to the police. HOW DO YOU RECOGNIZE IT? When she really-really swings into action, you going to feel like she has all the power, you have no power, and you're losing your mind! You will get very upset! You will have trouble with your short term memory, you will feel like a prisoner, and you won't understand the situation you're in! This can go so far that you might start thinking that you need to get yourself checked for dementia! I was in an abusive relationship Counselling Helped but the first thing you need to do is recognise you are being abused.Its important to remember that it is the abuser that has the problem & that they are using you to express that.The Police & others often view abused Men with little tact,but this is because others can be very judgemental.It is important to work on improving your self-esteem.If you are on your own at least you will be safe & not have constant anxiety.Your abuser will try to isolate you from your friends & family,to make you more dependent on them or even manipulate you via them.Remember Blood is Thicker than Water. (MORE)
Answer . \nThe husband and wife should both go to individual therapy (not couple's counseling- that can be dangerous for someone in an abusive relationship) to help them deal with their separate issues. They can also each go to a different batterer's intervention course if they are willing.
Answer . \nYou've taken a really big step forward for yourself. You are the problem that your wife is having and it's YOU that needs therapy. Most women only ask of their mate that they get help and the wife is usually there 100%. Sounds like your wife would be. You have reasons and problems …why you are the way you are, and you can't support her until you get to the root of your own problems and get help for it. She would be so delighted if you were to seek out therapy for your abusive behavior. The fact that you have mentioned it is a miracle in itself and it's sounds like there is a lot of hope for you. Please seek out that therapy. Therapy is a wonderful tool and both men/women get much help as far understanding why they are the way they are and learn tool to deal with it and don't consider yourself weak for seeing a therapist. Weak men are ones that know there is something wrong with them and not getting the help to get them over it. Your wife can support you through this therapy as well and both of you will learn a better way of life. \n. \nGood luck\nGod Bless\nMarcy (MORE)
Answer . A physical abuser is like a time bomb when the victim has no idea as to when it will go off. It could take years before the abuser gets to the point of wanting to kill his wife and it's not done out of planning, but a spur of the moment violent act. He could become so angry the next ti…me he goes after you physically he could press a little too hard when he has his hands around your throat, or, he could hit you so hard your could crack your head open on something you fell on. \n. \nPHYSICAL ABUSE is your warning sign! It's not normal and should never be tolerated by anyone! I hope you will consider going to the "Abused Women's Center" and talking to the counsellors there. They are terrific people and ready to help. You'll get counselling, programs to attend (you won't feel so alone when you meet other women in the same position as you) and you'll get your self esteem back before you know it. \n. \nGood luck \nMarcy. Answer . Isn't the abuse one of the BIG signs? (MORE)
Answer . YES, YES, YES, it is called assault and it is a crime.. However I see this is posted in 'Abused Men', are you hitting her in self defence?. In which case you really need to see someone who can help you.. Answer . Absolutely! No matter what (except self-defense) a man should never s…trike a woman.. Answer . Yes and it wasnt a one time deal, though abusive people often claim otherwise. Abuse rarely starts off with a slap or punch. There usually is emotional abuse going on long before the physical abuse starts. Abusers will use all sorts of exccuses such as "you just make me so mad" " I never hit my ex, only you, cause you make me crazy." These are lies. Be a man, get help and dont ever hit this woman again!. I don't think so. It really depends of the case. I don't know what's up with people and thinking it's okay for women to hit men but not vice versa. Somethimes, women just need some sense slapped into them. It really isn't that big of a deal, "hitting a woman.". Even in self defence hitting is just wrong violence is wrong. you need to leave and/or call the cops just because someone hit you does not make it right to hit them back two wrongs do not make a right. if you hit you just abused if you were hit and hit back you were abused and abusive. (MORE)
Is your wife mentally abusing you by reporting you to the police as a physical abuser when you are not?
\n. \nMaybe it will help if you define what a physical abuser is. I am not judging you, but your question leaves too many possibilities. \nIf you define a physical abuser as a man that punches a woman more than once, then you do not consider yourself an abuser. However, this is denial to make yours…elf feel better. A physical abuser is a personn MAN or WOMAN that hits a person in any way more than once. Hitting includes, spitting on, chasing, cornering, towering over, throwing or threatning to throw an object, punching, grabbing, slapping, restraining. In addition, it is abuse if you threaten any of those actions.\nEmotional abuse usually comes before physical abuse. Emotional abuse includes yelling, swearing, belittling, name calling, gaslighting, headgames, forgetting, discarding, ignoring (silent treatment), gossiping, neglecting and many more forms.\nPlease read about the cycle of abuse on google. You may be an abuser. \nIf you want to keep your marriage intact its best you acknowledge this problem. Most women do not go and tell police they are abused by a husband if they are not. It takes a real man to admit he needs help and a useless one to continue to abuse a woman.\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nIf legal steps have already been taken, it is up to the police, a judge, and possibly a court appointed psychologist to make a determination of what is actually going on in the home between the couple. This is not to say that some people do not falsify claims of abuse--but in many cases, the abuser continues to deny his/her actions, even when there is clear evidence of physical abuse going on. \n. \nThis is not the time to worry about your wife's motives--if you are insistent on proving to the police and the court that you are not an abuser, I would suggest moving out of the marital residence, going to counseling, and looking for legal advice from a family law attorney. Do not contact your wife or any of her family, do not make threats of any kind. (MORE)
Answer . To simplify this it's when a person totally controls the wife and children and has no rhyme or reason for any decisions they may make. Here are some clues to emotional abuse regarding wives and children:\n. \nNot giving the wife any control of the finances. Not allowing her to have a… car. Not allowing her to go out with friends. Not giving her freedom of her own personal opinions and if she gives one the abuser will tell them to shut-up or they don't know what they are talking about. Controlly her like a child as to what she would like to buy for herself and the home (within reason.) Verbally abusing the wife in front of friends or the children. Calling the wife names such as "stupid", "fat", "a cow" or she isn't a good mother (they do this on purpose because it's the one thing that really hurts most mothers) or she never can cook a decent meal (when there is absolutely nothing wrong with the meal.) I have a girlfriend whose husband will literally take the dinner plate and turn it upside down if he doesn't like the meal on that particular night. I was shocked she actually took this abuse because if my husband did that he'd be wearing the plate and whatever was on that plate! Easier said than done, well my first husband was verbally/physically abusive and I never took one thing he had to dish out to me. He was cruel and miserable and nothing pleased him. One day I hit him in the face with a plate of spaghetti because he had said some very cruel and upsetting things about my brother (I thought my brother was dead) and when my husband said "it was joke" I flipped out. There he sat with spaghetti hanging off his face and the best he could offer up was "You clean this trailer up!" We were living in a construction camp at the time. I told him I'd be happy to clean up the trailer, so I went out and got the garden hose and proceeded to go right through the trailer and I nailed his hide while I was at it. NEVER again did he ever joke with me that way again, but he did continue to cheat.\n. \nAs far as children the verbal abuser can be that he's mean to the bone with them verbally by saying hurtful things or making remarks to them about what a miserable mother you are to not allowing the children to go out with friends, go to special events and loves the total control of making not only the children miserable, but the wife as well. Calling the children names, taking their self-confidence away from them and giving the children the distinct impression they are stupid and useless.\n. \nIf this is happening to you then you need to know the law and the fact that YOU own half of everything he has! See a lawyer on the QT. So, you won't be destitute if you should want to take the children and leave him. If you are thinking of staying with such a person for the sake of the children don't!!!! It solves nothing and it can cause future psychological problems for you and your children. \n. \nIf he is not abusive then stand your ground when the children are not home (if they are young have a relative look after your children for the night) and stand your ground with this bully! Tell him how it's going to be and if they don't like it that's the end of the relationship. The court of law generally would rather the children stay with the mother and will also decide if your husband is suitable enough as a father to have partial custody. If the children don't want to see their father the court of law will take this into consideration as well.\n. \nGood luck! (MORE)
\n. \n DOMESTIC ABUSE \n. \nYes, if your wife abuses you, you should absolutely call the police! If women want to be considered equal, we should be held just as responsible for our actions as men are! There is NO ACCEPTABLE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE and if you get a hard time from the police (whom you… should call tomorrow morning at the non-emergency number) TALK TO ANOTHER POLICE OFFICER. This is especially important if you have children, because ANY violence in the home (aside from the very occasional spanking, which may be necessary, if that's how you choose to handle something) can be very detrimental to their development in numerous ways. Please, report this to the cops! It is SO important that men aren't too proud to report their wives, it is every bit as wrong as a man beating up his wife!\n. \n Agree With Above \n. \nI totally agree with the above poster. I volunteer at an Abused Women's Center and found out that many men are also abused and usually too embarrassed to tell a friend (men have been deemed as the stronger sex so others feel abuse to a man is impossible) but, they forget that good men are brought up not to hit women. Some women simply take advantage of this. You don't deserve this treatment. My girlfriend's son is married to a woman that punched him in the face one night when he was sleeping and when he got up to go to the washroom to see what the heck hit him, she nailed him right behind the legs with a golf club and he hit the floor like a ton of bricks! As soon as he could gather his wits he phoned the police and had her taken away in handcuffs. She spent the night cooling off her heels in a cell. He took his time going in the next day to pick her up. Although they still get into arguments she has never once hit him since because he told her the next time he would press charges.\n. \nIf you are going to take the advice of calling the police and have children, then please take the children to your parent's house, a friends or a neighbors before calling the police because this isn't something children should see.\n. \nGood luck (MORE)
Answer . Refuse to play the game, especially the blame game. Change your number, change your locks and don't give out any mixed messages, if it gets out of hand consider moving or getting a restraining order.
Not necessarily but there is a good chance that the son of a wifebeater will grow up and beat HIS wife and the daughter will grow upand seek a similar man to her father and allow her husband to beather because they have learned from their childhood that thisbehaviour is the "norm"... and their child…ren and children'schildren will also. this is why it is so important for the wife tonot allow this to happen and to leave him and break the cycle ofabuse. It's possible if a man abuses his wife he might take his anger outon his children too, and if he hits the woman and hits the kid,take my advice and leave that unfit partner, go somewhere safe andif he tries to get you back go to the police and probably go to aparent's house her a friends house just forget about him. (MORE)
God bless I'm a South African and has been reading about all that's been going on.I'm only saved two and half years and i can see whats happening.Because Prophetes Bynum and her husband is doing seminars on Teach me how to love and it is changing peoles lifes the devil is fighting them to stop doing… what God has called them to do as a couple.Be careful and stay on your knees.God bless.Marianne Fisher Sis. Fisher, Juanita Bynum and her husband were experiencing marital problems way before "Teach me how to Love". That seminar was birth from their own issues. What's unfortunate is that they didn't take their own advice or seek marriage councelling. (MORE)
Not technically speaking, but if you wanted to divorce him it would be good grounds.. It's a good idea to communicate with your husband and see what is wrong. It could be something physical and at 40 plus men DO go through 'Andropause' a type of menopause, and he could be semi depressed, moody, eve…n have hot flashes. See if he'll go to the doctor for a good check up and have his Testosterone checked out as well. A T3/T4 thyroid test is a good idea too. More Info Could be the husband has a sleeping disorder and wishes not to disturb his mate. Sleep Apnea is more common than people realize - A C-PAP machine is then used to assist the person in breathing correctly during sleep. Cause for divorce ... no way, as many older couples (in their 80's) don't sleep together either. (MORE)
Yes, he beat his wife when both of them were in South Africa. He clearly noted this point in his autobiography.
I dont think that there are certain signs that you could look for as they are different in any person. How people react to pain or abuse like i stated before is different in each person. I think the best way to find out is by asking. But make sure you are not crossing her comfort zone when you ask j…ust make sure she is comfortable talking about it. Otherwise it could be extremly upsetting for her and you both. (MORE)
it would depend on how bad it was and on what the judge would think.
becaue they themselves usually had an abusive childhood and are taking it out on the person they are around the most
That would not be surprising, Abuse is the result of a combination of lack of genuine strength and an inability to empathize with others human or animal
No, as far as anyone outside Gerard Way's relationships can tell, he is not being domestically abused. He is not even married, and even if he was, he would not allow his wife to domestically physically abuse him.
\nThe first thing is to put in place a plan to keep the children safe. \n. \nSomeone who physically abuses others has deep seated problems which should be addressed. Usually, it is better to keep the family together as usually (not always) separation causes more problems than it solves. \n. \nI …would suggest that the wife has some form of psychotherapy to help get to the root of why she physically abuses children. It may be wise at this point to temporarily separate while her painful issues are being dealt with. As she gains more insight into her issues, family therapy may help. There are also support groups for abusers as well as for the abused.\n. \nThe long and the short of it is that there are no quick and easy solutions. Treatment will take time and will be painful for everyone involved. Everyone involved will need support and the children will need to be protected and kept safe. It won't be easy but I hope it will be worth it. \n. \nIf all of the above is given a fair trial and it fails, you may have to consider divorce as a last resort. Be aware though that what attracted you to her in the first place may cause you to be attracted to someone else who has the same characteristics and problems. Ironically, you can marry the 'same person' over and over.\n. \nBest of luck to you all. (MORE)
\nYES HE WAS A WOMANIZER AND A DRUNKEN FLY BOY THAT LOST A 12 MILLION DOLLAR NAVY FIGHTER JET IN VIETNAM. HE SPENT 5.5 YEARS IN A VIETCONG PRISON CAMP WHILE REAL AMERICAN SOLDIERS GAVE THEIR LIVES FIGHTING FOR THIS COUNTRY. THE MAVERICK DID HIS A..KICKING BEHIND BARS.
Absolutely not. The wife is not required to have sex with her husband. It is not required by law or anything like that.
No, Kastruba was Gandhi's wife Indira was a daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru first PM of India. She married to a Muslim man Feroz who was converted Hindu and named Gandhi as adopted by Mahatma Gandhi for the sake so that he can marry Indira a Hindu girl so Indira nehru (before marrige) named Indira gand…hi (after marriage). (MORE)
The problem with a man leaving is that it's considered abandonment, especially if there's children. But, if he tries to take the children, where does he go. Whether, the mother could claim he plans to harm the children. At this point, he would get arrested, the children will be returned to her, and …by the time he's got it sorted out, she has a restraining order on him. Leaving the children behind can be dangerous for the children, as abusive mothers account for 55% of fatal child abuse committed by anyone. Fathers account for 8%, even when adjusted for custody arrangements. Stepmothers account for 9%, and stepfathers for 10%. . The above advisory has merit, but you didn't ask about danger to children or your position as a parent. There can be so many reasons that a wife would be abusive to her husband that there is no way to speculate why your wife, in particular, would be abusing you. If you have attempted to discuss this with her and failed, offered to go with her for professional guidance and she refused, sought any other reasonable means of getting to the bottom of her problem and failed, then only you are in a position to decide if you should leave or not. If you have decided to do so, then that may be all you can do. None of us can know what is the cause of your wife's behavior, but you could consider seeking professional help for yourself to help you sort out your situation. If there are children involved in this situation, you should also consult a lawyer. Just be sure that any motives for what you may do are for the benefit of the children and not a form of retaliation against their mother. (MORE)
yes it was reported yesterday (oct 10, 2011) that he hit his wife and was taken to jail. hi bail amount is around $300,000!
some husbands are abusive to their wives, because they have the muscle strength. men fear getting older, so they in turn are very insecure, and they feel joy when inflicting home on their wife. The wife can out smart him, by using simple brain power.. MAN: It's not because they have muscle strength…. Body builders have muscle strength and they don't go around beating everyone up, or beating their wives. I believe it is a power and control problem in their mind. People sometimes get "drunk" with power. If a guy is a jerk and he feels insecure with himself, or in society, he wants to feel in control of something or like he has some power, so in this case he shows this in an abusive way. If he had some way to gain control over a different aspect of his life he would probably stop abusing his wife. (MORE)
Thankfully, he never hit her, but he cheated on her with another woman and had a baby with her.
Not enough info to respond. Were you present at the hearing? If not, file a motion to set the Domestic Violence order aside and at the subsequent hearing presnet your side of the case.
Please seek help through your local shelters. Unfortunately, they do not have many batterred men shelters as they do women shelters. Find a job this will help you get a place to live. No one deserves to be abused.
If your wife is mentally abusive, you need to let her know that her words are hurting you. If that does not seem to do any good, you all may need to seek counseling.
WHEN husband abuse the wife the judge empathized with the abuser husband wife is afraid still what can she do?
The only thing you can do at that point is get out. Get to a shelter, get to a friend or relative. There are legal services available to abuse victims, any paperwork you have from the courts if you can safely take it with you do so, if not copies are available at the county offices. No one wants to… believe a judge would empathize with an abuser in this "enlightened" day and age. But judges are human too, and abusers come in all shapes and sizes. Including those draped in the Robes of Justice. A judge who would refuse help to a victim of abuse is abusing the powers of the office. If you believe you can't walk away, can you at least pack an emergency bag, with a couple changes of clothing, some cash if you can secret some away and anything you think you would need in an emergency. If their are children in the home who need to be protected pack a few of their things too. (MORE)
Gandhi was abused because he took a stand against the Britishgovernment, which was more powerful and which was willing to useviolence.
Yes, He had a wife at 13. Also manny lovers... He was a bit of a manho.
If this is happening it is your duty to protect the children from your wife. If necessary you must get the authorities involved in helping you do this. As a start try talking to your doctor about this.
If a man is abusing his girlfriend and or wife, then he will more than likely be abusive to all women. It is a mind frame, women to him = abuse. This is not true in all cases but in most of them.
There are many men out in society that are either verbally or physically abused than society knows because it has always been about abused women because they are classed as the weaker sex, but many men are abused. Most good men are brought up not to hit a woman so if the girlfriend or wife is verbal…ly abusive the man is more likely to go into a shell of his own or keep out of her way. If he is physically abused he will not fight back, but may try to restrain the abuser. He does not tell his friends or coworkers because he fears he will be considered a coward or a 'wimp' and often his male friends would say, 'Well hit her back!' It is not a good piece of advice. There are programs that abused men can go too for help and it is kept strictly confidential. Unfortunately, like men feeling they are infallible and should always act manly they will generally not seek out psychological counseling or go to any program regarding abuse. What do men feel like when abused by their wife?: They feel they are no longer a man; they are in a submissive role they are not use too; he feels he is there to protect his wife and any children they have, but the abusive wife has taken this power from him; he fears his friends will find out; it can affect his job; he may become depressed. Women who are insistent on abusing their husbands either verbally or physically may well be faced with a husband that may snap one day and it could lead to some unpleasant outcomes. A man has the right to file for divorce againt a wife that abuses him. (MORE)
If you can PROVE she drove him to suicide , maybe. If she just aggravated him to death, cahances are VERY slim.
Gandhi's parents organised the wedding, so that's how he met her. (If you were wondering how old he was when he married he was 13 and when he had kids, he was 14.)
It has been not quite a century since Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was \nassassinated in January 1948 at the age of 78 in New Delhi, India. The \nbevy of hagiographies written about him is now being replaced with \ntruth-telling biographies about the Gandhi nobody knew. \n\n. The most recent one is t…itled Great Soul: Mahatma Gandhi and His Struggle with India by Joseph Lelyveld. \n\n. And according to Lelyvard, Gandhi the pacifist was a wife-beater, \ndenied sex to his wife for decades, was purported to be a "celibate" \nliving life as an ascetic but actually was a pedophile who ritualized \nsleeping naked with underage girls in order to test "the ferocity of his\nsexual desires," and at one point left his wife for a male lover. \n\n. While one would think, at first glance, reading Lelyveld's shocking \nrevelations about Gandhi, it's all tabloid fodder for a rapacious \naudience that diets on sordid tales, Lelyveld, former editor of the New York Times , and a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, pays meticulous attention to details. \n\n. Between 1908 and 1910, Gandhi left his wife to be with wealthy \nGerman-Jewish bodybuilder and architect Hermann Kallenbach. But the only\nevidence Lelyveld gives the reader, suggesting the bonding of the two \nmen was at least homoerotic if not homosexual, is a salacious one-liner \nwhere Gandhi allegedly told Kallenback, "How completely you have taken \npossession of my body. This is slavery with a vengeance." According to \nGandhi's own wife, Gandhi engaged in heterosexual intercourse, but it \nrepulsed him so much it actually made him physically ill, and he vowed \nnever to attempt it again. (MORE)
well hello i think you should go down to the muesam and find out dont ask me
Gandhis wife lay dying of pneumonia, doctors insisted that penicillin would save her Gandhi refused to have this medicine injected
Curley's Wife is kept from interacting with other people by Curley, due to his jealous nature. This is what makes her sneak around to ry and talk with the men. This isolation and overprotection are also generally considered to be some of the first steps in an abusive relationship. While some people… also believe that she may have been beaten by Curley, causing her disdain for him, there is no solid textual evidence of this. (MORE)
If he does it more than once no! Once is unacceptable but could be seen as a mistake. Anytime after once is just taking the mick. And you shouldn't put up with it!
It would be very dangerous to intervene on an abusive man and his wife. A better solution would be to contact the police or to offer to help the wife get away from the abusive man. Domestic violence is a widespread problem in our country, and there are people able and willing to help.
That he should leave them alone or the police should get involved. If your witnessing abuse seriously report it. A friend that I know had an abusive dad and he told the police one day and his dad came out of prison a whole diffrent person. Dont just do it for your family but for him.
If a wife physically or verbally abuses her husband she will get the same treatment as a man who physically or verbally abuses his wife. If she leaves any physical marks on the husband he can call the police and press charges and often the wife is taken away in handcuffs for a cooling off period (ov…ernight) until the husband decides to press charges or not. However, for both husbands and wives it is difficult to prove verbal abuse unless others in the home phone the police or neighbors phone the police. (MORE)
Because he is insecure. It has nothing to do with the wife's actions. Or he simply wants to assert control over her. Again tho that's because of insecurity.
It depends on the victim. If it is not a person in their family,then it could be considered harrasment. Otherwise, it is a grayarea.