Which abuse is worse?
Mental/Emotional, Physical, and sexual abuse all have very negative effects on a person and it depends on how you personally are able to deal with the type of abuse. Nobody reacts the same to every situation.
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The answer to your question is subjective and depends upon your personal level of tolerance. However, abuse is always wrong and always damages its victims. All types of abuse cause emotional damage. The qualification of abuse depends upon the people involved. You have probably heard about women w…ho have stood by their abusive husbands for many decades and have taken the abuse without much complaint. Why do women, who have been beaten and demeaned, stay in their relationships? On the one hand, they may have come from abusive homes and have accepted the abuse as normal. Consequently, they are able to tolerate their spouses' abusive behaviors. Perhaps their confidence has been destroyed and they have been brainwashed so that life without the abuse seems impossible. On the other hand, there are people who refuse to continue in their relationships if their partners call them names for the first time. For these people, the relationships end permanently. These are the extreme cases, and most people lie somewhere between. Physical abuse is overt form of abuse, and it is an awful thing. This type of abuse has led to injury, hospitalization, and death among its victims. But to say that physical abuse is worse than other types of abuse is still subjective. In the days when spanking a child was acceptable, I knew about many kids who would have preferred a spanking to being sent to their rooms or to receiving verbal criticism or the silent treatment. Physical abuse is more tangible than other types of abuse. Since people relate to what they can detect, there is a greater social network that is more willing to help than it has in the past. By comparison, covert types of abuse do not exist in the eyes of society. Sexual abuse is often more difficult to detect and may also be more difficult to prove without witnesses. Sexual abuse leaves emotional scars. Others often convince victims that they are overreacting or that they somehow invited the abuse. Consequently, many victims are encouraged to remain silent and to accept the abuse. This treatment may lead to one or more of a variety of psychological problems, which may include damaged self-esteem, depression, and suicidal feelings. Emotional and verbal (psychological) abuse are treated with less seriousness than the first two types of abuse, but it is just as serious as the others are. Many of us were raised with the adage: "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me." That is a crock! Words do, indeed, hurt, especially when the victims constantly are bombarded with derogatory names, insults, and profanity. So, how do you know which form of abuse is worse than the others? What can you personally tolerate? None of these forms of abuse is pleasant, and all are damaging. Some people have greater tolerance for abuse than others, who may have little or no tolerance. The bottom line is that you may be in an abusive relationship . if you feel anxious, terrified, or depressed about how you are being treated within your relationship; . if your partner makes you feel responsible for his or her behavior; . if you have lost yourself while trying to make your partner happy; or . if you feel like a prisoner in your own home. Broken bones will eventually mend, but emotional damage is harder to heal. Psychological abuse is, by far, the worst. The effects are long lasting, often for life with many long-term relationships, and may affect your ability to trust others in new relationships. I'm not sure about how one type of abuse can be worse than another. Each form of abuse targets different dimensions of its victims. It does not matter which dimension is destroyed: the person is unable function as a whole person in his/her daily life. So, no, I don't think that one form of abuse is worse than the another. Abuse in any form is a monstrously evil and should be eradicated. I know, first hand, what physical and verbal abuse are like. I grew up with it. I can't say which is worse because both types leave their scars. Physical abuse leaves visible as well as emotional scars. Some scars heal and some remain. Some effects stay hidden and suddenly surface. When memories surface, you may feel as though you're spiraling out of control. One thought, especially, has helped me through the memories of those horrible times: I am not respounsible for the abuse. Also, as hard as it is, it's important to forgive (but not to excuse) the abuser. By forgiving the abuser, you can move beyond the abuse. My outlook, now, is not that I'm a victom; rather, it's that I'm a survivor and am strong enough to deal with the memories as they come. Anyone who is abused needs to tell someone s/he loves and trusts. A sister, a schoolteacher, or a friend are people to consider. Psychological abuse is treated less seriously than, but is just as traumatizing as, other types of abuse. The recipient of the remarks, gestures, etc. feels degraded and unsafe, but, oftentimes, family, friends, counselors, etc. won't acknowledge that a problem exists. The psychological abuser can mistreat the victim when other people are in the room, but the abuse is often so subtle that it is nearly impossible to detect or to prove. But, disregarding your struggles, you can get overcome them by realizing that you are beautiful and worthy of respect. Whenever someone hurts you or threatens you, s/he is disrespecting you. Pschyologists can help you figure out a plan to make you feel safe and happy. When neccessary, psychiatrists can prescribe medication to treat depression. Many victims have been raised in abusive households but have used their anger and sadness to grow stronger and to aid others in need. In the process, they become successful and contented. The answer to your question really depends upon the person being abused. I know a woman who tolerated her husband's beatings, but, when he started to verbally abuse her, she filed for divorce. Some people can tolerate the emotional pain but can't tolerate the physical pain. Sexual abuse is bad, as well, but it may not seem the worst to certain people. Whatever treatment makes you feel less than a person is considered abuse, whether it is sexual, emotional, or physical. You have to know what you deserve and and how much respect you have for yourself and others. We are all only human, and each of us competes with everyone else. It is important to understand that being called a b*tch is verbally abusive and can lead to something much worse. Nobody deserves to be called a b*tch, which is a female dog. The name is vulgar and just plain wrong. Everyone handles things differently. Some people are stronger and can tolerate more than others can, but that doesn't mean that those people deserve their treatment. All forms of abuse can be quite devastating. However, I have to say that sexual abuse is the worst. It happens more often than one would think, and there are many causes which go unreported. Sexual abuse usually occurs between a seemingly vulnerable person and a trusted relative, friend, or acquaintance, and can cause constant anguish. It's, perhaps, the most damaging form of abuse and can cause relationship problems for many years after the abuse. It robs young children of their innocence. This is not to say that other types of abuse don't yield similar results, but suicide occurs most frequently in victims of sexual abuse. (MORE)
That depends on the form of the abuse. If he is sadistic - he gets gratification. If he is a control freak - control. If he is a narcissist - he avoids intimacy and secures narcissistic supply (some narcissistic love to be feared and hated). what it most likely looks to me is that he …enjoys the control. That is his way of discipline and to know that the abusee will do nothing to stop him. It is control and satisfaction of power. Power over another. They are under the illusion that it will solve their problems of feeling small and out of control themselves. They get control and nothing more. They have no feeling or concern for another...unless it will effect them in some way (eg loss of financial support). (MORE)
What should you do if you threw your abusive partner out of the house but you feel worse instead of better?
Answer . Of course you're going to feel guilt or remorse. That's because you have a history with this person and a conscious. But does not mean you should let your abusive partner move back in.\nIt is unsafe for you and for him or her. \nThe best thing for you to do is keep your abusive partner o…ut of the house and slowly lose contact with him or her. (MORE)
Astigmatism is only a particular version of short or longsight, so it can get worse or better throughout life. Statistically astigmatism, for the population as a whole, getsworse through the growth years up to about 22 years of age, andthen slowly declines until it shows an tendency to increase afte…rabout 60 years of age. There is plenty of room, however, for any particular eye or pair ofeyes to do whatever they like. According to Dr. Tan Quach of Adelaide, Australia: Astigmatism can indeed get worse. the cause of this, whether it bepathological (ie post injury) or hereditary may influence whetheror not it worsens. Typically though, it does get worse with age. i believe it isunlikely that it will revert to normal, however i am unable toobtain clinical evidence of this. there is definitely the chancethat it will remain unchanged throughout life. The good news is, through technological advances, patients withastigmatism can now use the more comfortable, soft contact lens.colour lens are also available. Finally, refractive surgery mayalso prove benficial for some patients. (MORE)
What should you do if your husband's abusive behavior has gotten worse since he began treatment for his lymphoma?
Answer . You sound like a really wonderful person and you and your husband are in a difficult situation. So here goes...\n. \nHere is an excerpt from a lymphoma patient posted elsewhere on the web about his treatment:\n. \n"The chemo can cause anxiety, depression and insomnia for some people. I… had all three of those side effects. I thought at times I would jump out of my skin."\n. \nSo it is possible that the chemo is partly responsible for your husbands behavior. Also, he forgetting about the drugs, just being sick like that is scary.\n. \nNone of that excuses abusive behavior, but I think you should be more forgiving of his behavior than otherwise. \n. \nOn the other hand, you aren't going to be able to be very supportive if he is constantly tearing you down. So you have to put your foot down, in a loving way, and make time for yourself when you can recharge your batteries. If he is being verbally abusive maybe you should view his outbursts like he is sick child and either ignore them, or just roll your eyes and tell him that you know that the medicine is making him act really annoying. If you are afraid he will hurt you, that is a different matter, and then you have to ballance helping him with helping yourself. (MORE)
This question is not specific enough to focus on one type of wrestling nor one particular pro-wrestling organization. Also, saying that wrestling is getting "worse" is a matter of opinion, and personal observation rather than an established fact. If this question pertains to pro-wrestling, and there… is a degree of perceived decline, then speculation as to the cause could be discussed here. Since pro-wrestling is, and always has been, primarily a form of entertainment, it is a business enterprise, and it's success is largely due to fan interest and support. Causes of decline might include poor business management, marketing, a lack of talented wrestlers, and the lack of revenue to pay better wrestlers/performers. Another consideration is for the modern interest in other combative sports such as Martial Art tournaments, mixed martial art, and cage-fighting. The realism, and raw fighting talent in these other genre might draw attention away from the more theatrical performances of pro-wrestling which seems to have shifted more toward the drama, and less of actual wrestling. (Note: Wrestling is often a hot-button topic, and draws criticism for many reasons. If contributors here would like to add legitimate reasons why they feel wrestling is getting "worse," then please stay on topic, and present facts. For debate about wrestling itself, please use the discussion page below) (MORE)
What should you do if your 16-year-old girlfriend is being physically abused by her dad and it's getting much worse but she doesn't want you to report him?
Answer . Talk to a counselor at school but do it confidentially. Let the teacher know that you don't want your name to be used. It needs to be reported.. Answer . \nIf you really give a concern about her talk to someone like an adult and someone you trust and explain to them whats happening a…nd make sure your facts are correct or you will be in trouble and for sure i will do something before its too late cuz life is to short to be waiting for worse to happen and since where all humans i hope that she finds it in her heart to forgive you for doing the right thing. good luck. (MORE)
How can you help someone to understand that the more you resolve to not let the abuser get to you the worse the problem gets as the abuser will just become more and more intimidating until you submit?
Answer . \nAbusers are a crafty lot and usually keep their abusive behavior behind closed doors because they know they won't get away with it out in society. The victim is caught up in their web and an abuser can beat the heck out of a woman in a heartbeat, then a few hours to a day later come h…ome with a dozen red roses and pledge to their victim "they will never do it again." They always do! I have nicknamed the abuser relationship with the victim "the rapture" because that is indeed what it is. You may not understand how this person can put up with it, but then again, you aren't there when the abuser works his magic. Until this person has had enough and decides to deal with the reality of it all there is not a thing you can do. You sound like a fine person, so all you can do is be there when this person faces reality and needs help.\n. \nGood luck\nMerry Christmas\nMarcy. Answer . \nStalkers and the Borderline Personality\n. \nThe Borderline Personality \n. \nIn recent years psychologists have learned about and done case studies on a new personality disorder which the DSM-III-R classifies as an Axis II disorder- the Borderline Personality . This classification includes such personality disorders as the Anti-social Personality, the Histrionic Personality and the Narcissistic Personality. Several psychologists (including myself) diagonosed my stalker as afflicted with the Borderline Personality. Characteristic of the Borderline (derived from research done by Kreisman & Straus, 1989) are: \n. \na shaky sense of identity\n. \nsudden, violent outbursts\n. \noversensitivity to real or imagined rejection\n. \nbrief, turbulent love affairs\n. \nfrequent periods of intense depression \n. \neating disorders, drug abuse, and other self-destructive tendencies \n. \nan irrational fear of abandonment and an inability to be alone \n. \n. \n. \nNot much research has been done on the Borderline Personality, and for many years it was difficult to diagnose- and to treat. A Borderline often feels as though his/her life is marked with a distinctive emptiness; a void in which a relationship often acts to fill. Many times the Borderline is a victim of an early dysfunctional family situation and/or emotional/physical abuse by those he/she trusted early on in childhood. \n. \nThe Borderline is psychotic , in the original, psychological meaning of the term: he/she is not in control and not in touch with reality. To the Borderline, a softly spoken word of advice can be construed as a threat on his/her emotional stability. An outsider's viewpoint that the Borderline is not in touch with reality often ends in a bitter and irrational dissassociation from the outsider on the part of the Borderline. Often, the Borderline ends up very much alone and victim to his/her disillusions.\n. \nThe Borderline stalker is very apt to see his/her actions as perfectly justified; he/she has paranoid disillusions which support these-often with disturbing frequency. The Borderline often has brief love affairs which end abruptly, turbulently and leave the Borderline with enhanced feelings of self-hatred, self-doubt and a fear that is not often experienced by rational people. When the Borderline's relationships turn sour, the Borderline often begins to, at first, harass the estranged partner with unnecessary apologies and/or apologetic behavior (i.e. letters of apology 'from the heart', flowers delivered at one's place of employment, early morning weeping phonecalls, etc.). However, the Borderline does not construe his/her behavior as harassment- to the Borderline he/she is being 'responsible' for his/her past behaviors.\n. \nThe next phase of the Borderline Personality develops relatively quickly and soon he/she feels suddenly betrayed, hurt, etc. and seeks to victimize the estranged partner in any way he/she can Strangely enough, this deleterious behavior is always coupled with a need to be near or in constant contact with the estranged partner . While sending threats to the estranged partner, it is very common for the Borderline to begin to stalk his/her estranged partner in an effort to maintain contact. This effort is motivated by the excruciating fear that the Borderline will end up alone and anger that [the estranged partner] has put him/her in this position. We are finding, in many cases, that a great deal of stalking behavior is associated with Borderline or related personality disorders. Earlier research did not incorporate the Borderline Personality in stalking profiles; research now is beginning to focus on the Borderline in such disorders as Erotomania, etc. (MORE)
Should people who write tell-all books about surviving abuse and getting away from their abusers exercise extreme caution as their abusers might make their lives even worse after reading the books?
Answer . \nAbusers come in all personalities, shapes and sizes. They can be meek and quiet, to fun-loving and loud. If you were to complain to family or friends that the person you live with is abusive often the family or friends will look at you as if you've lost your mind. The normal person …out in society doesn't realize that many male abusers can sweet talk others into believing they are someone else. Abusers can be chameleons. \n. \nAny abuser is a time bomb waiting to go off, so yes, you have to be careful when you write a book. Many people write books under alias', but in certain cases such as yours it's best to write the book under your own name. I volunteer at an Abused Women's Center and there are some women who have written books and also go around the country speaking. If you fear for your life it's best to have a bodyguard present or at least a friend with you at all times when you are out. Try not to go out at night alone. \n. \nI believe that writing about such a thing as abuse is healing for that person and also helps other women out in society that suffer from abuse know that they can get away from their abuser. Talking about rape or abuse or any other trauma is gaining strength within yourself. However, be aware of the law! Don't use his real name or your married surname. If your married name is Lisa Beck, then change it to your maiden name such as Lisa Thompson. This way he can't come at you. Always have an editor read your book or a friend proof read it and be careful of the laws protecting the very person you are writing about.\n. \nGood luck\nMarcy (MORE)
What should you do if you know you need break free from your abuser but are afraid of making things worse?
Answer . \nWhen breaking away from an abuser, things are going to get worse before they get better. Abuse is all about control. And by leaving you are ending that control. He's not exactly going to like that. He might fall apart, cry and beg you back or he might get violent. First and foremos…t you need to figure out where you're going to stay once you leave. \n. \nCall the National Domestic Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE \n. \nTheir website is: http://www.ndvh.org/\n. \n~ T. Answer . Excellent advice. It should also be noted that many communities have battered woman shelters where you can go and be protected. You will be safe there if you can move into one in your area. Otherwise, just get away and don't tell him where you're going. (MORE)
What should an abuse victim do if they feel their abuser will just make their life even worse if they attempt to leave?
Answer . Don't give up hon! There is help out there for you. I volunteer for a Women's Abuse Center, and when your abuser is at work, you leave with just a few things and go to the Abused Women's Center. They will ask you questions (don't be ashamed and don't be afraid to let it all hang out .….. that's what the kleenex on the counselor's desk is for.) They will put you through a process right away and you will NOT go back to your abuser, but be put in a "Safe House" or "Transition House." There you will receive counseling, help in courts, and programs to take so you can better understand abuse and learn new tools to deal with leaving your abuser and not picking another abusive mate.\n. \nShoot for the stars girl! You're worth it!\n. \nGood luck\nMarcy (MORE)
What should a victim of abuse do if they feel that leaving their abuser or getting help could make their situation worse?
\n. \n Answer \n. \nAny help is better then none. If the person is ready to admit that they have a problem with anger it will help, but until they are ready to admit there is a problem, they will never get any better. Even if they are not ready to admit there is a problem counseling may help… them get to that point.\n. \nJust keep in mind you can't force anyone to do what he or she doesnt want to do. If they are not completely convinced they need therapy don't force them. Just get yourself out of the dangerous situation and if it is meant to be it will be. Generally, abusers have to hit bottom in their life before they get any better. If they have anyone that is enabling them this will not happen. So if you are still around this person get away from them. You both will be better off in the long run. \n. \nIf you need help call this # 1-800-799-7233. This is the national abuse hotline they can help connect you with the right people. Best of luck it is not an easy decision to do something about abuse. Hang in there it does get better!\n. \n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nI would tell the person to pick the lesser of two evils. Both situations are hard, which one gives you more freedom and would make you just a tiny bit happier? Ultimately, your fate is in your hands.. Answer . There are various advocacy agencies, social services and shelters that can assist in setting up an "escape plan." It's very important that anyone leaving an abusive partner has a safe place to go. Here in Florida, there are some shelters whose address is known only to emergency agencies and which require police escort so that an abuser can't follow. The local courthouse can offer some social services and resources, many of them without charge.. Answer . Contact a local abused spouse's shelter; if there isn't one in your area try your church or even the United Way or Red Cross. In most cases they can get you an escort to your home to get your stuff and you can get residence in an anonymous safe house.\n. \nIf your spouse has physically threatened you and you fear for your safety dial 911 and get someone out there to help you.. Answer . Have her talk to a counselor at one of the womens shelters. That won't cost and can give her some good options. (MORE)
How exactly should a victim stop enabling an abuser so that she can make sure that she doesn't run the risk of making an already bad situation even worse?
Answer . You enable an abuser by putting up with their mind-bending verbal abuse or their physical abuse against you. Abusers seldom go for counseling because they honesty feel they are right (the woman and anything else on their property down to the family dog is theres and no one is going to t…ell them different.) Abusers often treat women as chattel. \n. \nThe best thing you can do is head to either your Mental Health or your local "Abused Women's Center" and take their programs. Whether you know it or not you are psychologically confused after all the abuse (be it verbal or physical.) These programs will give you the tools to become strong and not return to the abuser or pick another abusive partner.\n. \nGood luck hon\nMarcy (MORE)
Why is an abuser degrading you in sex all the time and it is getting worse and he is always mad at you even when you are not having sex?
\n. \n Answer \n. \nAbusers control their victims (you are a victim!) You are their property to do as they wish with. They are deceitful, game-players and enjoy seeing their victim squirm. They love to suck all joy out of their victims and confuse them so that they can control them easier…. If he degrades you in the rest of your life then you shouldn't be so shocked he will degrade you while having sex. I won't even use the words "making love" because an abuser doesn't know how to make love and is pushy and only fulfilling his own needs. He could care less if you are enjoying it. There are definite narcissistic traits in abusers and that leads to selfishness and the feelings they have that they are more intelligent than most people around them. They always have to write and everyone else is wrong. If they dislike a person (and they dislike many) they will try to degrade that person on an intellectual level, but most of the time they meet their match. \n. \nYou are stronger than you think! Start making plans to get away from this jerk! He is a waste of skin! There is a better life for you at there and YOU ARE WORTH SOMETHING TO SOMEONE ELSE! There are Abused Women's Centers in most cities and if you can't find one please go to your local Mental Health and they will advice you where to go for help and you'll be safe there.\n. \nGood luck hon\n. \n Answer \nThis is not a relationship where he is going to be there for your needs and wants. Ever. And, you can't fix it alone by being compliant with his wishes, so your real choice is when to leave this relationship. (MORE)
Answer . \nAbusers are bad. Period. It is common for someone who has been abused to feel lonely when the abuser becomes absent, but it is because of the stress of change. If you feel yourself running back to your abuser, get help. The situation will only escalate otherwise.
What should you do when you have been with a guy for a year now and the verbal abuse is getting worse and he says it is just fun but it is at your expense?
Where Verbal Abuse Leads . I think the key words here are "getting worse," "fun," and "my expense." First of all, since when is it ever fun to abuse someone verbally? Believe me, that is a problem caused by the way he views himself, some inner conflict, or other problem that HE HAS. I doubt tha…t it is going to do anything but get worse.\n. \nAt your expense? Let me ask you how his verbal abuse makes you feel? On the other hand, let me guess, and I'll bet if I'm not right on I'm extremely close. You've only been together for a year, so you are probably still in the phase of being extremely hurt and you probably cry a lot. You are confused as to how this guy can talk to you like he does. You long for him to stop and talk to you with respect. His verbal abuse tears you down deep inside and makes you feel horrible about your situation and yourself.\n. \nThe fact that he thinks "it's just fun" tells me that he is not going to stop, so here is where it can lead: You will become resentful and bitter. While you may love the guy now, the love will be replaced with an acceptance that this is just the way the guy is and it'll make you angry. At the greatest extreme, you will end up not caring about the guy at all.\n. \nMy advice? Leave the guy - NOW! ~Deb (MORE)
If verbal abuse is getting worse since the third marriage can a family member step in without social services getting involved or would it be better to start taking foster parent training?
It is always admirable for any person who believes a child is being abused to take steps to correct the situation.. However, 'stepping in' to such a stituation is most definitely not advisable as such actions regardless of how well meaning sometimes create a more hostile environment for all the par…ties involved.. Foster parent classes are an option, but no guarantee that the concerned individual will be placed in that position if the circumstances arise.. One suggestion would be for the concerned individual to discuss the specifics of the situation with a social worker, clergy member, counselor, etc. who is qualified and experienced in domestic/child abuse matters before taking any other action. (MORE)
Abusers get a feeling of power and control by means of the abuse tactics they've employed. They also, usually, get their way on whatever question is going on at the moment. These things come at a price paid by those they abuse and themselves.
Well all drug are bad for you, but in the world with the most addictions and killings would be meth,harion,and cocaine. I rather see people die from pot over the years.
No, it isn't a disease, it's just the way your brain is wired. It isn't unpleasent either, so there is nothing bad about it.
\nWorse is a comparison term that means not as good as or lesser than.\n. \nIf Sue did worse than Rob on the test, we know that Sue got a lower score.
run 2 the police station if u have marks,4 proof or else they probably wont believe u........
well say if its a family member or husband or boyfriend then you have to ask yourself what your still doing with them
Magikarp as it only has the move Splash up until level 15 where it learns tackle, However it's evolved form Gyarados is really powerful.
Well the term animal abuse getting better is kind of ambiguous, but i dont think any politician will be punished for supporting animal rights.
They can both be bad.Its like chewing tobacco and smoking tabcco, They both cause cancer one just does it quicker and in a different part of the body.Death can occur from either abuse, physical abuse just causes it faster.
Hello you have been married for about three years your problems with your husband just do not tone down if fact they seem worse he just now started more often calling me names and verbaly abusive?
Do you really want to live your life like that with things prrogressively getting worse and you progressively getting weakened by his abuse?. Tell him that you won't put up this disrespect anymore and the next time he calls you a bad name or verbally abuses you, you leave him. What other option is …there? Get out while you still have the strength.. Look after yourself and your inner child. (MORE)
In California your ex has primary but now your 13 year old child wants to live with you due to his mom being mentally abusive To make things worse he falls under the Indian child wefare act?
To begin with, the court that awarded the custody would have to be petitioned to change the custody order. Over and above that - if there are additional specific legal hurdles you had best contact an attorney for guidance.
I am a 48 year old female. As a child I suffered a depressed skull fracture . The fracture is on the front left lobe. I had alot of trouble in school through my years. I have a seizure dissorder. I am on meds for that, as well as bipolar, and meds for my depression , seraquel for sleep at night. I h…ave had good job's but it seems my short term memory caused me to not be able to work anymore. I am relativly health. I have 3 grown boy's. But since my divorse I live with my mom and her husband. I have been on daissability and SSI for over 10 years now. I have a great family and alot support. My words come out wrong and and my meaning is not what I am thinking in my brain. We all kinda laugh it is actually pretty funny. I dont mean to be funny, it's frustrating for me. Will my Encephalomalacia continue to get worse? Thank You :) (MORE)
U could sell their family, or whipp a family member and heve them wactch. If you go to Britannica Online, they have LOTS of information an slaves.
Because animals are defenseless and very literally do not have a voice to alert anyone of authority. Its the same as abusing a child. They kind of depend and look up to the abuser as their caretaker, food source, shelter source and "love." Its a lot harder for animals (and children alike) to escape …such a life. (MORE)
You need to tell a parent, teacher, or counciler. You can call the police or the national sexual assualt hotline, wich is 1.800.656.4673. I know it will probably be hard, but its worth it. I've been through it. =)
RESEARCH PAPERS ON EPILEPSY AND MORTALITY RATES http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1528-1157.1974.tb04941.x/abstract . Epilepsy and Mortality Rate and Cause of Death . Janusz J. Zielihski Article first published online: 5 NOV 2007 DOI: 10.1111/j.1528-1157.1974.tb04941.x. Issue. Ep…ilepsia . Volume 15 , Issue 2 , pages 191--201 , June 1974 . JJ Zielinski performed one of the very few studies available. The average life span reduced by 20 years on average. Summary . The death of 218 persons known to have epilepsy in Warsaw was most often due to epilepsy, i.e., death in a convulsion or due to accident related to seizures. Brain tumor and heart disease came next, followed by carcinoma, pneumonia, suicide, and other accidents. In 97 institutionalized patients death in status or with pneumonia or heart disease was most frequent. The mean mortality rate in Warsaw was twice as high for men as for women (10.6 and 5.4/100,000, respectively). The mean life span was 12.5 yr after onset of seizures, an average of 20 yr shorter than in the population. The mortality rate was 3.5 times that to be expected under the age of 50 yr, 1.9 times that expected over 50. Death certificates often failed to give epilepsy as primary or related cause of death. Study of deaths in persons with epilepsy are misleading prognostically since the severe cases are always recorded.. How to Cite Zielihski, J. J. (1974), Epilepsy and Mortality Rate and Cause of Death. Epilepsia, 15: 191-201. doi: 10.1111/j.1528-1157.1974.tb04941.x. Author Information . Epidemiological Branch, Department of Neurology, Psychoneurological Research Institute, 02-957 Warsaw, Poland . Publication History . Issue published online: 5 NOV 2007 . Article first published online: 5 NOV 2007 . Received October 12, 1973 . Epilepsy and Mortality Rate and Cause of Death . Janusz J. Zielihski Article first published online: 5 NOV 2007 DOI: 10.1111/j.1528-1157.1974.tb04941.x. Issue. Epilepsia . Volume 15 , Issue 2 , pages 191--201 , June 1974 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1528-1157.1974.tb04941.x/abstract . (MORE)
It becomes a question of a decision between the lesser of two evils. You have to choose which one is worse in the long run. If you stay in an abusive relationship you die internally, until there's no more YOU or until you are broken. Then you become a robot with no real emotions or the ability to de…cide. Another point, is at least if you choose to leave, there's a chance for a new journey and growth. Albeit, it may take awhile, but the steps should be based on rebuilding yourself in a whole new way. One choice is based on fear and poor self worth; the other is based on freedom to choose. The bottom-line is what you believe to be the best course of action for you in the long run. Listen, things end and cycle back around, but few doors open to a healthy mental outlook for yourself. Think about what you want and make an internal plan and execute it. (MORE)
No. Child abuse has always existed but laws did not exist to make it illegal, and therefore trackable.
Usually its because the abuser sees them as weak or even just as anobject not as a person. Also because they have some sort of trustwith the person or because they don't know them at all. But nomatter what or who the abuser is they shouldn't be doing it at all.And for the person getting abused or ha…s been needs counciling andneeds to tell somebody. Another reason why people might abuse others is because of theirpast (usually something is wrong with the abusers mind, and they aswell were mistreated from childhood) and they feel the need tobalance the punish done to them by punishing someone else. But thatstill DOES NOT make it right In Maximum cases false accusations of abuse victims are wife orchildren, these cases are really serious and needs to take expertsuggestion. Dean Tong is famous name in list of top Child AbuseExperts. For More Visit : abuse-excuse.com (MORE)
I live in Canada, and the airlines are ALL bad. The only thing they spend money on is advertising how good they are. The worst is Air Canada, followed closely by Westjet, and Air Transat. 30 years ago I flew a lot for work, and the airlines in Canada and the US, were a joy to be on. Now its an ordea…l to get through. Believe it or not, the food on airlines used to be great. Flying from Vancouver to Calgary on CP-Air, standard fare, one hour flight, we used to get a good breakfast, with a real porcelain cup and saucer, and silver utensils. This is almost impossible to believe now, after the junk thats served as food today. Recently I flew by Westjet, from Vancouver to Toronto, 5 hours, and there was no meal, only junky crackers in tiny plastic bags with horrible coffee in small cups. Why do they spend hours dragging this junk up and down the isles, offering you more pretzels, and plugging up the aisles. Its an insult to be served this junk, under the disguise of 'providing customer refreshments'. Also the airlines treat people like Fed-Ex parcels, and prefer numerous, no-frills, short hops, instead of direct flights, so they can use cheap small planes. This is corporate greed at its ugliest. The nation-wide, degradation of products and services, in exchange for higher corporate profits. (MORE)
if you listen to a lot of high pitch sounds you will not be able to hear as good as an average person so say if u wer a dj and played a lot of high sounds every night ur hearing will get worse every night u do a gig
How do you deal with a mother who is verbally abusing you and has your entire life and now my dad pasted away one year ago and it has gotten worse?
Tell school counselors about it. I can't tell you someone will do something but if they know they might be able to help you.
Can abused children do well in school. where can more info be gotten. I know abused children tend to do worse but no info on if they can do well and what the odds of this is?
While unabused kids do well in school most emotionally abused people do not, what happens is when there insulted by someone they trusted "parents' and they keep putting them down and drowning all there self esteem it triggers something in there brain tissue and makes there stress hormones of the roo…f and causing the child to not be able to concentrate and also causes the child to grow slower and there brain to take things in slower. (MORE)
The spelling of the superlative of bad is worst (the different term baddest is slang). The food, any of a number of types of sausage, is spelled wurst . The past tense of the verb to worsen is worsened (became worse).
any. I would say the worse would be verbal. There are so many different kinds of abuse.
- Jealousy , Control Issues , They See Themselves As The Victim They Just Want To Control Something That They Know They Can Control .
Becaue sister is on phsy meds and abused me to get me out of her house
well when worse comes to worse means when something is bad but u like mens willie up your hole dont you?
How do you help someone that is abusing adderall and doesnt have adhd that had done things to break our family apart but she wont admit to anything she just keeps getting worse?
In order to help someone they have to want help first. one day she will wake up and look at the man in the mirra. I have had sombody that i have loved addicted to drugs and to help hiim i had to leave hiim in order for him to understand how bad things where
abuse is where you get hit by someone bigger then you and yopu are to scared to speak out about it
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better. worse is a form of bad: bad, worse , worst better is a form of good: good, better , best
"Worse" is the comparative of "bad". Its opposite is the comparative of "good", in other words "better".