Pretty good unless he's had counseling.AnswerMost abusers are serial offenders, abusing one partner after the other. AnswerI am a second wife of a narcissist. I can tell you that the chances are good, very good. Even if they seem to have 'dealt' with their divorce. N's are very good at acting, remember that. They know what to project when they need to convince you they are 'OK now'. As the second wife, I would advise anyone considering marrying a Narcissist to rethink that choice seriously. The pain and turmoil is absolutely not worth any 'love' you think you are receiving. In short, the chances are too high, and the risks too great. Love yourself instead, the returns are much better! AnswerThere is no chance but only a guarantee. Abusers don't care if your nicer, smarter, prettier, as you are only an object to be defeated, used and demeaned. They don't see your worth and if they do its only validity is that its a threat. Abusers are also notorious for saying "the ex wife, girlfriend was a real hag". You may even believe this after meeting her. BUT you must take into consideration why the ex is angry if this is the case. Again, they don't change they only increase the psycological warfare. AnswerVery, very good. Unless he himself has saught counselling and benefitted from it.
AnswerThe chances are pretty high, unless he's had some form of counseling. AnswerMost abusers are serial offenders, abusing one partner after the other. For detailed statistics and articles about treatment options, psychological testing, coping methods, and a lot more:The chances are still high. He's probably playing the victim to get your pity, and put you in a place that is convenient for him to start abusing you.
The victim has no power or they would not be abused. The abuser always has the control. Children and the elderly are victimized often in society as well as men and women. The abuser will start out by abusing psychologically and 'put down' their victim until they leave their victim confused with no self confidence. The abuser may threaten to leave their victim (this is terrifying to the elderly); leave the wife and take the children; talk of killing the victim or anyone that is close to them. The abuser often isolates their victim so their victim has no family or friends to turn too and they have to suffer in silence and depend on their abuser.
Give him time. He will.
I think you've got your story backward. Stephen Hawking's second wife was accused by some of his nurses of abusing him.
You could be a mental or physical abuser to your wife. If you call her names constantly, always remind her of how stupid she is; she can't cook well; is ugly; put her down constantly in front of your friends, etc., or you shove, push, hit or beat her (causing injuries to her body) you are an abuser. Even if you try to control her by threats of violence you are an abuser. An abuser is all about control. It's usually learned behavior within their own family or they have been excessively spoiled. An abuser wants control simply because he or she does not have control and the odd thing is .... even if you beat your victim (yes, that's right ... the abused is a victim) you will never totally own that person. You can beat them, terrify them, but you will never own their soul! Abusers need to control the environment around them and have everyone do their bidding. Since most of society would tell the abuser to "hit the road" the only one that the abuser has under their control is his girlfriend/wife and perhaps children. Abusers are actually weak of character and they know it. Within an abuser there is rage. It could be they were beaten themselves and had no control over the situation, they could have been bullied at school or didn't fit in. There are many reasons. There is psychiatric help to get to the bottom of the rage the abuser feels if they so decide to seek it out. If you feel you are abusive or you have problems that you can't resolve please seek out a good psychologist (does not prescribe medications) or a psychiatrist (they can prescribe medications.) There are also groups you can join so you don't feel so alienated. Please get the help! If you don't it will eventually all catch up to you and you can actually go to prison for physically abusing a partner (that includes women abusing men.) If you drink try and stop. If you do drugs the same applies. These two social beings do nothing to help your situation. I am proud you have come to this board to figure out if you are an abuser. It takes guts! Now that your post has been answered you have to decide if you are an abuser (be honest with yourself) and if you are please use that courage to seek out help. Good luck Marcy The answer about abuse is incorrect,,each person in a relationship has a role, its necessary to follow those responsibilities or the relationship will fail.
It is possible to forgive anything but that doesn't mean forgetting. I would not want a rapist / child abuser as a husband. They will only attack again. A wife of a child abuser isn't a real wife.
Yes and survived - shot in the heart and lungs by his second wife. Adkins denies abusing her but comments that the relationship was marked by excessive alcohol use and she shot him to get free of him.
Yes, there was one incident that Gandhi writes of abusing his wife in his autobiography. This happened when she refused to clean the latrine.
it would depend on how bad it was and on what the judge would think.
Chances are pretty good.
If this is happening it is your duty to protect the children from your wife. If necessary you must get the authorities involved in helping you do this. As a start try talking to your doctor about this.
An emotional abuser is someone who is constantly belittling another. Example: If a husband is an emotional abuser he will call his wife every dirty thing in the book; tell her she is ugly or fat; not a good cook; not a good mother, etc., to lower her self worth and self esteem. It is a form of control the emotional abuser needs and they have generally learned this pattern of behavior from the environment in which they grew up.
Catherine Roerva Christen Pelzer was a mom,wife,daughter and abuser. she abused her 4 children while her oldest didnt get beat. she was a wondeeful till bout when david was 5 then she became an abuser.
He had no second wife.
he begins abusing his wife and pet cat
He begins abusing his wife and pet cat
Not sure, there aren't many detailed records of Audie Murphy abusing clothing.
yes and no. you should tell her to stop, but kindly . but whatever reason could possibly make her push you? That's the reason she could be the abuser
no he did not have a second wife
As compared to what? Is the mother a child abuser? It depends on the circumstances.
I don't believe Moses' second wife was named in the Bible. Zipporah his first wife was a Midianite and his second wife was a Cushite (Numbers 12:1).
His second wife is his cousin
If you are also a woman, chances are high that your wife is gay.
The short answer is that abuse is more of a pattern than a one time event. Rather than spending time trying to win this battle, both of you should take a couple's empowerment (no blame, just skills)communication class. Get it done, and move on.AnswerShe is displacing her abuse on you which is another sign of an abuser. An action creates a reaction and that's what is sounds like. Cussing is not necessarily verbal abuse unless that is the only spoken words that are used. Your wife needs help and so do you. You sound like you are buying into her psychological warfare and when you FINALLY as you put it gave her a taste of her own medicine she didnt like it. Either get help or get out. You deserve better and you shouldn't be a doormat for anyone.