First, there are many ways for an abuser to become healthy. The main solution is to decrease stress in the abuser's life by first finding the main stressors. Counseling and therapy can both catalyze the process of finding the main stressors in a persons life.
This is only a solution if the abuse isn't deadly in nature. If there is physical abuse, call the police or remove yourself from the situation immediately. However, in the case of mental abuse, it could delineate any multitude of mental diseases for the abuser, including depression or bipolarism. If talking things out with a loved one doesn't work the first time, it's time to investigate professional help.
To start getting help, visit the National Domestic Violence Hotline website: ndvh.org or call 1.800.799.SAFE
Other helpful links
thechildabusehotline.com - Child Abuse Help
avhotline.org - Abuse Victim help
loveisrespect.org - Teen Dating help
yes, it is very reasonable. if a husband has been verbally abusing his wife, the wife should tell someone, perhaps see a counseler. you dont want it to go any further
No, it is not illegal to verbally abuse a man, but if the man was smart he would leave. Verbal abuse can leave just as many scars for a victim as physical abuse. There are programs for abused men that they should attend and learn tools in order to get out of the verbally abusive situation. Example: If a wife is verbally abusing her husband and he decides to divorce her and he can prove she is verbally abusing him then the court could press charges against her (highly unlikely) but you would be granted a divorce.
If your husband wants you to call him sissy, he wishes to engage in role playing in which he will have the submissive role and you will have the dominant role, which you demonstrate by verbally abusing him. There is nothing terribly unusual about this, many people have much stranger fetishes.
One word: Drugs.
If your husband is verbally and emotionally abusive, you can break the negative cycle by seeking the services of a family counselor or filing for divorce.
Why care? He is your 'Ex'.
It isn't pretty
I believe that they do it because they want to feel powerful and in control. A verbally abusive person has poor self esteem and abusing someone makes them feel superior. Anyone that abuses you for no reason does not love you. I have only been married three years but my husband has never said a bad word to me in his life.
Because he hates you<3
Take yourself and your son and get out of there and go to a shelter if nessary
NO. No one has the RIGHT to abuse you whether or not you have an addiction or not. Talk to him and tell him that whether he has noticed or not, he's been verbally abusing you and that it is not right. Instead he should be there to get you some help. If he's rather ignorant about it, then talk to someone closer you know, they might be able to help you. But no one, NEVER ever can abuse you, whether you have an addiction problem or not.
Call 911 or go to a battered woman's shelter.
#1. he is your husband and you need to respect him if he verbally abuseve then i would sugest to talk to him about it never hide things from your husband talk it over and if still does not listen then do something about it....and you know what i mean if he really loves you he will change
Beat you with a shoe and tie you to a bed.
Many children have grown up abusing their parents. Usually it is a learned trait that has been taught by one of the parents. If a husband abuses his wife verbally or physically then there is the chance that the child will grow up with these same traits. They may exhibit this on one of their parents or on their own wife or husband when they marry. If you are being physically abused then call your local Department of Social Services or 911. No one deserves to be abused verbally or phuysically. http://www.theresnoexcuse.com/front.html http://www.angelsthatcare.org/silent_abuse.html
yes you should because verbally and emotionally abusing someone is wrong and the person that is receiving that doesn't deserve it...AnswerIf your husband is on any medications then look up the side effects on www.Google.com Type in the name of the drug. Sometimes people on medications can have varied personality changes. If this isn't the case then suggest that either he goes with you to some type of counseling or it's over! If he refuses to help himself then yes, it's time to leave. Life is too precious to waste over someone that is miserable, demanding, and verbally abusive. Remember, look up any meds your husband is on and it wouldn't hurt you to see your family doctor and see if there is any way the doctor could get your husband in for a so-called physical to see if there are any reasons for this behavior.
Yes, but is his obligation to sleep with her and her right to complain if he does not. Note also that the husband is not permitted to force her, physically or verbally.
Through a lawyer.
by leaving him and staying in you mom's place.
"husband" translates as "Ehemann" (literally "Married man").But when a woman refers to her husband in a conversation she would say "Mein Mann".
The best way to do so would be meeting a lawyer and getting the papers done.
ANSWER: If you talked to your husband already and he ignores you that's when you need to see someone that can help you, like your family or maybe lawyer. If your husband is abusing you, that's when you can talk to the police and report what he is doing.
Call someone for advice like Child Service or Social Security or somethin
It shouldn't matter. He's your EX HUSBAND. He's not your issue anymore. He doesn't need to change for you.
Your sister's husband is your brother-in-law, but in conversation you would not use that term as a title, but would call him by name.