What makes you think anyone can answer this question? Do you think the world's stocked with mind readers? YOU'RE the one who knows this narcissist abuser, not anyone out here; YOU should be better equipped to predict the reaction, based on past behaviour. Here's an even better question: Why do so many women CHOOSE to get in and then stay (and sometimes return to) relationships with these types of men? The fact is you do know the narcissist any more than we do. If he wasn't abusive verbally (calling you names and demeaning you) or physically abusing you (hitting, pushing, shoving, slapping, punching or doing bodily damage such as split lips, black eyes, missing teeth, etc.) then he should be of no danger to you, but may become a nuisance. It's possible he'll just keep moving on. If he should try to contact you stand your ground and DON'T ANSWER THE PHONE, email OR IM. Good luck hon Chances are that since you are asking the question you might consider taking steps to protect yourself. Changing locks or even telephone numbers could give you peace of mind, but if he even once acts like a stalker you need allies, like friends and family to just talk and stay up-to-date on what he did and how you responded. They can each offer a new perspective and different suggestions. If you think bodily harm to you is imminent, please consider staying at someones house, seeking a safe house or even seeking a restraining order if there's a clear historical pattern, especially if his abuse has resulted in law officers getting involved. Most important to remember, you are completely entitled to demand your own physical and emotional safety!
Maybe some danger if there are concommitant pathologies. Do it smart, do it thoroughly. Overall, MUCH less danger than staying with the N.
A verb for danger is endanger. As in "to endanger someone or something" or "to cause a danger".
Yes, it does. In all cases, the substance abuse intervention is conducted to inform the abuser of the danger and guide the abuser out of whatever form of substance abuse he/she is using. This on a whole gives the abuser moral and medical support, increasing the odds of staying clean.
if you or the child are in any danger, you should stay away from the abuser or tell the authorities
No. Danger is a noun, and the usual adjective is dangerous. Someone in danger is endangered.The noun can be used as an adjunct : danger signals, danger seekers, danger area.
I dont even know who he will save if someone was in danger i think yeah.
A person getting abused is not themselves. She is probably terrified of her abuser. The abuser would have threatened her not to tell somebody or they will hurt her and she is too afraid to take that risk. If you feel your friend is not in immediate danger then keep trying to convince her that she should do something like telling someone or going to the police and that you are there for her. You should ask and adult for assistance in the meantime. If she is in danger YOU have to do something, tell an adult you know you can trust to help you and her. She might not be happy but she will eventually know that you were looking out for her.
It is important to maintain confidentiality when dealing with possible child abuse so as not to put the child in more danger. If the abuser knows that the child or someone else has reported them, they may turn more aggressive.
If the person is in danger from someone else, a danger to themselves (self-harm, suicide), a danger of hurting someone else, or if the person is going to commit or has committed a serious crime (sexual abuse, murder, etc).
danger is a noun because an adjective describes a something of someone. if it were dangerous it would be an adjective. does this sentence make sense "it looks danger," No beacause you can't describe some think with danger.
good luck The dream should NOT be taken as evidence that the abuser is no longer a danger. One's own safety must be the priority. If it is not possible to determine whether the abuser is still around, the dreamer should not reduce security practices on the basis of a dream. > The dream could be a wish-fulfillment dream: the subconscious mind produces a happy story that allows the dreamer to experience something deeply needed or desired.
Listen. Always support. Never judge. You must tell someone in authority if your friend is in danger, or are danger to themselves.
It can be defined as followed. Put (someone)into a situation Of danger.
It is when someone is very seriously ill and in danger of dying.
· drag someone to safety from danger
You can use it to render someone unconscious and its flammable.
Answer It can be a loved one. Sometimes if someone has been threatened they will be watched over, someone who is ill, children, someone in danger.
There are many dangers involved in domestic violence. A victim of domestic violence can be affected mentally, physically, financially and even spiritually. The ultimate danger is the loss of life at the hands of the abuser.
(noun) space in which a dead person is buried (within a graveyard).(adjective) serious. So if someone is in grave danger, he or she is in serious danger.
Too danger to consider!
Honeybees use its stinger as a defense. So, if a honeybees feels like it's in danger because of something/someone, it stings the something/someone that might cause the honeybee to feel like it's in danger.
in your home or dwelling any time you feel your life is in danger. someone is breaking in your car at night and you feel your life is in danger.
Giving someone snakes might represent passing danger to that person.
Because if you don't report it to someone for it to be dealt with someone could potentially fall victim to that danger.