NO! See if there is a womans shelter where you live. Stay with a friend, co-worker, family. Just anyone to get out of that relationship. Good luck and God Bless:) There is never going to be a better time to make your life better than now. There are agencies in your town who can advise and help you find your way. If your abuser is not allowing you out to get a job and isolating you from other people, then your options are limited for your trying to do it on your own. You will have to accept outside help for now--you can pay it back by helping in the future. Right now, you need to find your own stability.
yes, because her safety is at risk
That's like asking "Should a child abuser be allowed to keep custody of their child?"
you shouldn't do anything
No, you should never tell an abuser you love them and if you think you love them then you need psychological counseling because abusing a person is not about love. You don't hurt the ones you love! Get out of this relationship while you still can!
I don't think Bing Crosby is a child abuser because he seems quite nice!
Because he's crazy and you should probably call the cops , no seriously. Get help.
Have the abuser arrested.
Nope. Because she she might get hurt even more. And the abuser might think it is ok to hurt them because they won't mind. Once they hit you, you should get out of that relationship.
Animal Abuser or Animal Cruelty Abuser
Not always, as naming the abuser can also name the victim or victims and put unhelpful stigma on them in addition to the abuser.
The human need for approval, acceptance and love. A person usually returns in the hope of becoming close with an abuser because they cannot understand that the reason they were unaccepted and loved is a problem with the abuser and NOT A PROBLEM with the child. The step child WAS and IS loveable. More often than not, this will not work because as stated above, the ABUSER has the issue, not the abused.
Abused kids don't tell because they are scared that their abuser will find out and abuse more. Sometimes they aren't able to get to the resources to tell like a phone or a ChildLine centre or a computer!!
The first - crucial - steps are to acknowledge that he is abuser and seek help. Abusers are usually in denial: If the abuser is also a narcissist (suffers from the Narcissistic Personality Disorder - NPD), this may be of some assistance:
It should mean "abuser," specifically one who is feminine.
No he is not a child abuser.
Dogs either do nothing because they are scared or they attack the abuser...
yes, because they are threatened by the abuser
Your best action is to leave him. He's not going to change. Seek legal advice and get away.
No the abuser does not love that person they love controlling and abusing that person and that's it. It is difficult for there to be love in an abusive relationship. The abuser can not truly give love or receive it because he or she is mentally disabled. The abusive personality is a mental disorder and the abuser needs to seek psychiatric help. An abusive relationship is not a healthy one and no matter what the abuser says, he or she can not love you, it is obsession and control that drives an abusive partner.
If you ask this question, its because you are worried, if you are worried, its because you KNOW its going to happen again. GET AWAY from the ABUSER, is the ONLY answer, go find yourself a GREAT guy that would NEVER hit you.
yup. but you should get over him.
Well if its UNintended, then no it doesn't make you a abuser. The abuser continues his abusive ways even after it's been brought up to him or her. Just be sure to talk to your spouse about this problem. Let them know that you are sorry for what you did and you did not mean to do it.
if the abuser is genuinely sorry for what he has done, admitted his wrong to both the victim and to god and has taken genuine steps to repent.however, if the abuser was once a victim, in y opinion, it makes the situation worse, as the abuser should be fully aware of the dammge he/she has done.I was violently raped, but i have no desire to abuse another human being.
Abusers are bad. Period. It is common for someone who has been abused to feel lonely when the abuser becomes absent, but it is because of the stress of change. If you feel yourself running back to your abuser, get help. The situation will only escalate otherwise.
You need to call the police and give them all the information you can, perhaps notify an adult family member of the abuser if appropriate, and then accept that there is nothing else you can do. The abuser needs professional help- he is not your responsibility. His attempts may not be real and he may be just trying to manipulate you.