Yes, it's possible in only a few cases. Just like sexual harassment is misused at times. A man could lean over a female with his hand on her shoulder to view her computer screen and she could scream out "sexual harassment." There was an instance at my husband's work (building yachts) where 2 women got into an actual physical fight. A main Supervisor (male) got in between them like he was parting two men and of course his hands were on both their chests (like you do when breaking up men in a fight.) One girl was OK about it, but the other screamed out sexual abuse. Thankfully there were witness' (some being othere women) and her charges weren't valid. If a man pushes a woman (not hard) while arguing or they get into a heated argument and he calls her a name, then some women will scream physical or mental abuse. The woman ceases to tell the whole story. Think of this .. some women think it's OK to slap a man's face if she feels he deserves it. Short of being raped not taking "no" for answer when he is getting fresh or physically beaten there is absolutely no reason for any woman to slap a man's face. Sometimes too much knowledge about a certain subject can get a person into trouble. PHYSICAL ABUSE: Shoving a person and they hit themselves on something or fall; Hitting with hands; Kicking; Biting; Scratching; Jabbing; Punching with a closed fist; Holding the woman down to restrain her when she is not doing anything. MENTAL ABUSE: Playing head games with her; Calling her names; Making her feel good one minute, then purposely making her feel bad the next; Lying to her; Cheating so she knows she is being cheated on. If you have done none of the above and this person is accusing you of abuse at every turn you make, you need to sit down with them and tell them to be responsible for what they read and their actions. Humans simply can get into heated arguments because life is full of stresses. If there is no hitting of any sort and no mind games or name-calling on your part, then there is absolutely no reason for a person to be labeled an abuser. Marcy I think that it's possible for someone who has read a lot about abuse to "know" but not really "understand", unless they have extremely good powers of empathy or have experienced abuse themselves or have seen (and empaphized with) a victim. In my experience an important feature of abuse is that it is usually a series of attacks on the whole person - a bit as I imagine torture is.
I think it is normal for anyone who has been in an abusive situation to be more sensitive and overly afraid. I would suggest going to a support group or speaking to a therapist about it. Perhapes information on how to overcome it would help. Possibly. Someone who has undergone abuse or torture once is going to be a bit paranoid about every new person they encounter from then on. It takes time to develop trust.
yes.. look into the domestic violence literature on something like PSYCHINFO through a library
If the victim does not explicitly ask for help, all you can do is express your reasoned opinion and refer her to relevant literature.
It is important to exit an abusive relationship carefully. Slavery is abusive.
The silent treatment is abusive.
Correct, abusive is an adjective.
you must get out of abusive relationships. Boyfriend must never be abusive !
She decided to end the abusive relationship and place charges against him.Some sport fans can be very abusive and immature.There is no reason to be so abusive.
You have to want to get out of the abusive situation.
The ability to be abusive is not determined by gender, it is determined by personality. Both males and females can be abusive.
If you always fight, then it is an abusive relationship. If you do not want to be around your boyfriend/girlfriend, then it is an abusive relationship. If you can not talk or be around your family and friends then you are in an abusive relationship.
yes, you can get out of an abusive friendship with support and honesty.
That is the correct spelling of "abusive" (hurtful, cruel).
Abusive language - abusive language is when you misuse a language, words or using of words in wrong/ inappropriate manner.
Woman always try to give excuses in order to stay in an abusive relationship. If your in an abusive relationship then get out of one. It does not matter if you love them if they are hitting you they don't love you. There is no reason for a woman to stay in a abusive relationship. If they are abusive then they are blinded.
abusive or insulting online is called
All of the kings everywhere were abusive.
Hitler's father was abusive, but not his mother.
probably an abusive childhood or excessive stress
dejah is not a mean and abusive friend
Some people can be very abusive.
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.
Many BFs, or boyfriends, are not abusive. If a boyfriend is abusive, the girl should leave the relationship and file charges. Do not keep going back to an abuser.
No...it should make them lethargic...they were abusive before the drugs.