Sounds like you have quite the fury of a relationship and if so, then it is very hard to tell in some cases who is abusing who. It's human nature that when we are cornered on a physical basis (someone threatening to hit us) some people either take it or some fight back, so it's the person attacking that is the abuser and the other person is the victim. If it's a verbal argument and one partner goes out of their way to put their mate down constantly or in front of others and the mate does nothing about it it's not your fault, but theirs. If the same occurrence happens and you fight back verbally then you have stooped to the bottom of the barrel that the verbal abuser is at. Either way when a relationship gets to the point of constant physical or verbal abuse it's time to get away from the situation. There is much help out there for both men and women of physical abuse. You can also leave and seek counseling.
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It could. But not every Bipolar person is abusive. It should however, never be an excuse for abuse. A person who is abusive Bipolar or not, is wrong in what they are doing. Seek help if you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship/situation.
no its just being a jackass to the other person
i know from past relationship that having an abusive relationship is not easy but there are no signs you can look out for or things you could do, if the person loves there partner you carnt do nothing i was in a abusive relationship and kind of still am but that's tough love for you xxx
probably an abusive childhood or excessive stress
One should never be hesitant when another is abusive to them. Either face this person and tell them the truth or have an 'intervention' where you and others get together in a quiet place and face this abusive person. Realize that often abusive people sometimes have personal problems so while facing that person and accusing them of abusing you and others also come together as a group and ask this person why they feel they have to be so abusive. You just never know, you or the rest of the people involved may be able to help this person.
chances are, the person who is trying to leave is scared the abuse will get worse, or happen even if they are not together. People in abusive relationships also believe they have a special bond with that person, which is why they haven't already left them the other person. get out of the relationship as soon as possible, or the situation will worsen. stay as far away from the person as long as you can, friends and families houses that he/she doesn't know about will be great.
They have their own problems in which they have not sorted out therefore they take anger or other feelings out on the person whom they are with. Their are other reasons as well.
Try to find someone you can trust. Or someone you know isn't abusive. At any sign of violence, be wary and stay away from that person. Eventually, you will find the right person. But remember this: don't be shy. You never know whether the next person is like the person before that one if you keep shying away from them.
More than likely that person does not want anyone to know that they are being abusive to someone. They also like to have control and power over that person. The person who is being abused needs to get out of that relationship, also, the one doing the abuse needs to seek help to see why they are abusive. I hope that this helps. God Bless:)
We cannot speak for all abusive men, but we assume that most of them know that they are abusers. Abusive men tend to come from abusive homes, and the behavior may seem normal to them. Others may feel that such behavior is their right. Most of them know the law, but when rage strikes, the law often doesn't mean much.
Many do and do it for the power trip. Some however, do not..it is a way of life.