sexually physically mentally emotionally
No, he was physically abusive not sexually abusive.
Being emotionally abusive has a lot of factors and reasons and history. Maybe when they were young, they were also abused by their parents or someone they love. So sometimes it's just a result of a bad past or childhood or experience. Loving isn't really a question here. Love will always be there. It's just a matter of misconception.
yes. you may. i did.
The same way a girl can be abused by her boyfriend: Physically; Mentally; Emotionally.
If you are feeling bad about the way you are treated or spoken to - and your pleas to stop this kind of behavior went unheeded - then you are being emotionally (verbally, psychologically) abused.
I guess the real question is why are you still talking to an ex boyfriend who was emotionally abusive? You can tell him anything you want, but it won't change him. The best thing to do is to figure out why you were attracted to someone who abused you and cheated on you. A therapist or counselor can probably help you sort it out. Do it NOW...before you marry someone like him and have his children....then you will just continue the cycle.
Yes, by her abusive alcoholic father.
About 10%, or perhaps as many as 40%, of abusive parents were themselves physically abused as children, but most abused children do not grow up to be abusive parents.
Nicki Minaj was abused by her father. Physically and emotionally, not sexually (as many rumor to be).
sometimes when your daddy drinks he gets drunk and very abusive ! also mabe daddy was abused when he was young
It can. People with ADD don't usually have the social skills that most have. They say things without thinking which is sometimes hurtful. When they are children they don't do this intentionally, however, because of peoples anger toward them for such comments and often being accused of deliberately hurting people some will just say the hell with it and not care anymore or begin deliberately doing it. People with ADD are more likely to be abused and so they themselves are more likely to become abusive. We learn to treat others from the way we have been treated. ADD does not automatically cause someone to be emotionally abusive and not all ADD people are abusive but people with the disorder are more likely then average to be abusive both emotionally and physically.
* If you are a minor no. If you are a minor and feel you are abused then report it to Child Aid or to a relative; minister; priest or counselor at school. If you aren't a minor then yes, you can leave your abusive situation.
Fathers should not be abusive. If you are being abused, you need to tell someone you trust that you are being abused and you need help. As to why some are abusive, it could be that they were abused and they don't know any better, or it gives them a sense of control over you, or any number of other things. In any case, no one should ever abuse you. Get help.
Go to the police.
Yes, it is. If someone is abused or sees/hears a lot of abuse when they are younger chances are they are going to be abusive themselves.
they can help by geting them help
it depends how they are abused. if they were emotionally abused they would probably be mentally unstable. where sexually abused people may be sexual predators them selves. and physically abused might be very unsocial or even violent themselves.
it is possible
Abusive relationships are some of the most difficult ones to resolve. THis type of relationship assumes that one partner is abusive and continues to be so because there is no response to the abuse. The difference here centers on "self-assurance." The abusive partner continues his or her behavior because there is no response. I can not suggest how the abused party should respond because in most instances they feel diminished. This situation can only be resolved through extended counseling, if at all.
call 911 if you are being abused or are abusive and can't stop either call 911 or a counsellor to help you.
One reason may be is that they don't know how to help. Another reason may be they are afraid to help. The power that an abuser has over the abused is frightening, both emotionally and physically. It is not unheard of that an abusive relationship can end in murder. Often times the abused person has been brainwashed into thinking they don't deserve anything better. Or they know they need help, but are too afraid to ask for it. There are professional organizations that are trained to help people get out of abusive relationships. They will offer a safe place to stay, counseling and the tools to start their life over. The abused person is the only one who can make positive steps to leave an abusive relationship. The best that family and friends can do is support that decision.
The person being abused and any children who are there to witness it are victims.
To describe someone or a behavior that abuses someone/something, you would say abusive. Example: He was verbally abusivetowards the hair stylist.You can also refer to a victim of abuse as "abused."Example: The abused victim went to court.