Yes it is. He's using money to control you. If you don't squander the money and take care what you buy, then there is no reason both of you shouldn't be handling the money. If you're smart any money you may get for yourself you should put in an interest bearing account at the highest premium you can get. All you have to do is talk to anyone in any bank and they'll help you choose the right plan. I have some of my money stashed away (in my Will that money of course will be released to my husband should I die before him); I learned long ago in order to feel independent it's wise to have a little nest egg of your own. If you should split-up remind him that 1/2 of what he owns you own! That goes right down to pensions (personal or armed forces.) He may think he has control of the situation but the law says otherwise. If you've proved you can't handle credit cards and maxed them out then I don't blame him for controlling the money, but if you are good at controlling the money in your household then nip this behavior in the bud or tell him to hit the bricks! Good luck Marcy
Yes. That form of abuse is called "Neglect".
Probably the most common form of abuse is verbal abuse. next would probably be physical abuse. :(
It can be considered a form of mental and physical abuse.
No, lying is not a form of abuse. But you should never lie anyways. No, lying is not a form of abuse. But you should never lie anyways.
This is abuse in a mild form. The effects of this type of abuse are not usually pronounced.
This is usually a form of domestic abuse and is not acceptable in today's society. In some Middle-Eastern cultures, men spitting on women symbolises the mens dominance and control over the woman. Even though it's not physical abuse, it is still a form of mental abuse which aims to make you feel belittled or powerless over the man. Times have changed since it was believed to be OK to abuse spouses. Nowadays there are very strict consequences for men who abuse their wives.
A form of emotional abuse could include taking away rights or privileges without Physical, sexual or verbal abuse.
Twitter has a form that you can fill in to report abuse. Follow the related link to the form.
The adjective form is abusive.
Any form of spouse abuse is major, abuse is abuse and no one has any rite to abuse any one or anything.
Yes, you probably can't have someone arrested for it but would be referred to as emotional and verbal abuse. Neglect is also a form of abuse
The plural of husband is husbands
husband is life partner and
Yes, suicide threats can be a form of abuse if they are used to manipulate others. The person is threatening to hurt themselves or others so that you will stay in the relationship that is not only emotional abuse, it is mental abuse as well.
No, it is a verb form or an adjective. The noun form is abuse.
Verbal Abuse, Physical Abuse, and Emotional Abuse. Verbal Abuse: Using words to abuse someone. It's a form of profanity that can occur with or without expletives. Also includes abusive words in written form. Physical Abuse: abuse involving contact that is meant to cause intimidation, fear, and pain/injury to the victim. Emotional/Psychological Abuse: abuse characterized by a person subjecting or exposing another to behavior that is psychologically harmful. Such abuse is often associated with situations of power imbalance, such as abusive relationships, bullying, child abuse, and in the workplace. But do know there is no set definitions for each of these. They tend to change form all of the time.
NO, Any Form Of Child Abuse Is Not Funny At All, In-fact it is Horrific.
The plural form of the noun 'abuse' is abuses.
Husband is singular. The plural form is husbands.
If he's doing it without realising, tell him to stop losing your things. If your husband is treating you like this on purpose, then that is a form of psychological abuse. Your husband will not stop doing this if you tell him to. You need to find a way to leave him. Contact your local domestic violence service/shelter.
domestic abuse or violence