YES, YES, YES, it is called assault and it is a crime. However I see this is posted in 'Abused Men', are you hitting her in self defence? In which case you really need to see someone who can help you. Absolutely! No matter what (except self-defense) a man should never strike a woman. Yes and it wasnt a one time deal, though abusive people often claim otherwise. Abuse rarely starts off with a slap or punch. There usually is emotional abuse going on long before the physical abuse starts. Abusers will use all sorts of exccuses such as "you just make me so mad" " I never hit my ex, only you, cause you make me crazy." These are lies. Be a man, get help and dont ever hit this woman again! I don't think so. It really depends of the case. I don't know what's up with people and thinking it's okay for women to hit men but not vice versa. Somethimes, women just need some sense slapped into them. It really isn't that big of a deal, "hitting a woman." Even in self defence hitting is just wrong violence is wrong. you need to leave and/or call the cops just because someone hit you does not make it right to hit them back two wrongs do not make a right. if you hit you just abused if you were hit and hit back you were abused and abusive.
I do not mean to be abusive with you, but frankly it sounds like you are being abusive with her. Get a grip and tell her the marriage is over, and then you leave. If you don't want her with you, you have to ask yourself why you are still there.
Possible, but not likely for him to change on his own without serious counseling.
yes he can cause if not the abusive ness will only get worse
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.
It would be very dangerous to intervene on an abusive man and his wife. A better solution would be to contact the police or to offer to help the wife get away from the abusive man. Domestic violence is a widespread problem in our country, and there are people able and willing to help.
Well easy, are you being called names (not jokingly) or hit, punched ect? OR being told you have to prove your love by... or you might be consistantly being yelled at...
becaue they themselves usually had an abusive childhood and are taking it out on the person they are around the most
If a man is abusing his girlfriend and or wife, then he will more than likely be abusive to all women. It is a mind frame, women to him = abuse. This is not true in all cases but in most of them.
Supposedly he was very abusive towards his wife and towards his children.
the way to tell if you are in an abusive relationship is if your partner is forcing you to do things that are harmful to your saftey, or dangerous. like things you dont want to do. so remember, being forceful, or hurting one another in a relationship is abusive. even if it is the smallest thing like a hit on the head becasue you said no, its still abusive..hope this helped
Unfortuantley that is true. However ther are many men who had abusive fathers who have never touch their wife in anger. Likewise there are men who were never hit by their father who do abuse their wife.
the definition of an abusive relationship is the husband beats the wife or/and the wife beats the husband. they can either cheat on each other or literally beat each other with an item or anything
Hitting them anywhere is abusive.
She loves the man that is abusive.
Although this is not an exclusive list, the beating of a wife daily without provocation was considered abusive.
I wouldn't say that was abusive because you bit him first.
Yes, his father was quite abusive.
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.
no its just being a jackass to the other person
yes, as he was abusive to his first wife.
NO Randy has never hit his wife.
You should definitely go. An abusive relationship is unhealthy for you both physically and emotionally. If you continue to stay with that abusive person, you will more than likely end up being attracted to more abusive people in the future. In fact some abusive relationships can lead to suicide and/or being murdered.
He was verbally abusive to his daughter but there's no valid info about him being physically abusive.
Not if you are still married.