No, it's not abuse if it's periodically. Everyone can get fed-up or angry at their mate and end up calling each other names out of pure frustration. If your spouse wasn't verbally abusive before and suddenly has become so, then it's possible they could have a medical problem and should see a doctor for an evaluation. Medications sometimes can alter a person's personality and they can actually become moody or even fly into periodic rages and also become paranoid (such as accusing you of stealing things you haven't stolen.) If you are in your 50s plus, then there is always the thought of Dementia. I went through this with my mother. We were close once, but suddenly she became very accusing and cranky to not only myself, but family and friends. All of us were perplexed and didn't even consider the fact it was the beginning of Dementia. It unfortunately estranged my mother and I for 15 or more years, and thankfully, when she was in her 80s she had to go to hospital and they evaluated her and found she had Dementia. She was given a good medication and was put into a nursing home as she needed constant care. Thankfully the medications brought her around to almost her old self and I thank God for that as we continued our relationship until she passed away almost a year later. If you are younger, then it's a possibility your spouse could be doing drugs. Some drugs are "laced" when sold on the street. It can cause paranoia, depression and violence towards others and even towards themselves. Marcy
99.9% of spouse abuse is caused by alcohol abuse.
Any form of spouse abuse is major, abuse is abuse and no one has any rite to abuse any one or anything.
Not if they have any self worth even though broken.
Bad upbringing, substance abuse, mental issues. And sometimes they just have to take out their stress on the closest thing possible: their children and possibly spouse.
If your spouse refuses to get Mental health treatment you need to leave and seek a counselor yourself to deal with your emotional issue incurred from the abuse. as hard as it is and as much as we think it will kill us...it won't...but our spouse might...
I believe mental abuse is worse. Physical abuse the marks eventually go away. Mental abuse , those scars may never go away depending on how much abuse there was.
No, Mental abuse and irreconcilable differences are not recognized by SC
No, you cannot sue their spouse. You may be able to sue the estate, particularly if the estate was enriched by the crime. Cases of embezzlement come to mind as a possibility.
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The 4 forms of abuse are:-Emotional Abuse-Mental Abuse-Physical Abuse-Sexual Abuse
When a spouse is verbally abusive, that is oftentimes a precursor to domestic violence which can escalate to physical abuse. When a spouse quits paying the bills for the house, or controlling all of a marriages financial assets, this is called financial abuse.
Yes it is abuse , it is called mental abuse and things can turn physical if you don't get out of that situation. Good question ! Its not mental abuse, it is verbal abuse, but you need to let someone a teacher, or a parent know, so it can be stopped before it goes to far and turns into physical abuse. Very nice question!!!!
You have to protect your mind from mental abuse. Try to stay centered within yourself. Seek out a professional to help you cope with your abuse.
There are many types of abuse out there but they are often separated into mental and physical abuse. Mental abuse is when some is not physically hurt but is emotionally in shock or in a state of confusion. Mental abuse can be caused by verbal harassments, preventing someone from communicating with outside world, or when a spouse is acting extremely angry all the time and the victim does not know if they had done something wrong to initiate the anger. Physical abuse is when the victim is actually getting beat or assaulted. For example, it can be choking, burning, punching, kicking or anything else physical. Usually, batter women tend to have to deal with these abuses.
If you been separated from your spouse but did it because of abuse do you need legal documentation for that?
laws in your state - some you can sue for mental cruelty. or phyical abuse pa
Physical abuse, sexual abuse, mental/psychological/emotional abuse, and neglect.
*Unless you have some hard facts the spouse is cheating and lying about it then yes, it can be mental abuse if you are always bringing the matter up and it's affecting your relationship. The only way you will know for sure is to follow your spouse (that's how I caught my first husband cheating) or hire a detective. If you aren't willing to do either then you are going to have to live with it and not keep accusing your spouse of cheating. There are so many relationships that have been destroyed by jealousy or second-guessing. Some men/women have a problem of trust when it comes to their mate even though their mate is not cheating.
It could be considered abuse, if your spouse knows that his or her actions are causing you to be afraid or unhappy and they continue to act that way just to harm you.
No maybe he is standing his ground, he doesnt have to answer to you, he is still an independent person, what is it confusing marriage to doing everything your spouse asks...
It can be considered a form of mental and physical abuse.