Good for you getting rid of this guy! It took guts to do that. First off you should change your phone number or at least get "call display" so you can see if it's him calling and if it is, don't pick up the phone. It's obvious you have been talking to him and you must realize that every time you listen to him or talk to him (no matter what you say to him) that's giving him back control and he's pushing your buttons. I volunteer for the "Abused Women's Center" and I am hoping you will make an appointment and go speak with a counselor. They are use to dealing with abusive men and can help. The women there are wonderful and there is no need to feel embarrassed and there is always Kleenex handy (for a reason.) Having an abusive mate follow your every move (if you are lucky enough to leave them) is nerve-racking to say the least. Some abusers will fade off into the sunset and go out and find someone else they can control and abuse, yet, there are others who are persistent and can become dangerous. NEVER answer that phone again and NEVER answer your door!!! NEVER under estimate your ex abuser! If you feel he is becoming aggressive then phone the police and press charges (the police love that one.) Unfortunately, he will only spend a few nights in jail, but it would give you time to decide what your plan of escape is and I hope it's right to an Abused Women's Center. A "restraining order" isn't worth the paper it's written on and many abusive men (or women) are all about control and don't feel they have to follow the law like others in the community. I hope to hear from you hon. Good luck Marcy
Physically abusive? Call the cops. It is no more acceptable for a woman to beat a man then it is the other way around. Or leave her. Dont put up with that. Verbally/Mentally abusive? Let her know how she makes you feel...ask her why she treats you like that. If she doesnt stop....again....leave her.
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.
not always but some time they can be both
No, he was physically abusive not sexually abusive.
He was verbally abusive to his daughter but there's no valid info about him being physically abusive.
He smokes crack.
Anything that hurts you and effects you in a negative way whether mentally, emotionally, or physically, can be considered abuse. So yes, if someone is talking bad about you because of your weight then it's emotionally abusive.
If your parent is mentally abusive and you are 17 could you legally move into your boyfriend's house without your parent having a say?
His father was abusive, both mentally and psychically.
Yes, it is very common. Denial is a first line defense against trauma.
An emotionally abusive man (or woman) is not capable of true, pure love. The person does this to you because he or she lacks self esteem, as hard as that may seem to understand. Saying he doesn't "love" you anymore is another way for him to emotionally and mentally abuse you.
if he want to commit sadist acts with you such as murder, bondage, or bestiality, then he is prolly still abusive.
Do a lot of research on a behavior modification school before you even consider sending your kid(s) there, because some of these places are extremely (physically and mentally) abusive, and people have died there.
A husband who cheats on his wife, who lies, who is mentally and physically abusive, who is lazy and doesn't help with household chores, who never has a kind word for his wife or children, who spends money on himself without a concern for the needs of his family.
Escape. You could try therapy, it can work, but it didnt for me. Im escaping.
If you can prove that he's been mentally abusive (statements and letters from friends or family would help) then it would be up to a judge to decide whether the children should be subjected to a mentally abusive father. By the way, there are some who believe that allowing children to witness the physical or mental abuse between parents is actually a form of child abuse.
If you realize that you are being abusive, whether verbally or physically, it is imperative that you seek help from a professional to find out why you are,, you are already on your way by admitting to it.
unless he has been abusive towards the child you cant stop him from seeing his child. but if mentally unstable maybe with supervision
Oftentimes, abusive partners will transfer their aggression physically and mentally. In addition to whatever abuse your partner is already giving you, this just might be one more thing. It could be insecurity, anger or hatred that is causing your partner to do this. Examine it but look out for yourself first! Your safety and well-being should always be a top priority!!!
If she is emancipated there isn't anything you can do. Just be there and don't loose contact with her. Even if it means pretending to be nice to him. If you can prove he is abusive to her or the baby or in front of the baby you could file for custody.
Yes, not only could all of them together trigger depression, each of them alone could.
Feelings and thinking are interlocked. We feel, therefore we think. You can't separate the two. The abuser has either been brought up in an environment of abuse, or a trauma in his/her life has caused them to have an abusive and explosive personality or, they are simply mean to the bone. If you would like to learn more about true abuse then go on: www.google.com TYPE IN: What causes a person to be physically or mentally abusive? Good reading. Hope this helps. Marcy