You did not mention if this was mental, physical abuse or both.
There could be several reasons for this.
If they are elderly he may not have the energy or mental capacity to look after his wife.
If they are only middle aged, then looking after a disabled person is not as easy as it looks. It can be extremely draining and frustrating. Women are more apt to search around and find added help out in society, but men sometimes just don't know what to do. Then you have to understand what is really abuse. Example: If she's been in an accident and needs to see her physiotherapist a couple of times during week and doesn't keep appointments or follow their instructions that can be very frustrating for the caregiver. She certainly could be just sitting there feeling sorry for herself and perhaps she isn't as disabled as you think. I know many people in wheel chairs, some walking on walkers and canes and they manage to have a life. If she has given up on her condition her husband may be at his wits end, and don't consider some nasty words he may use against her as a total fact that he doesn't love her. Frustration may make him do this. Get the whole story!
There is a solution to this problem. If you are a family member then PLEASE interfere! Nicely sit down with the husband and say something like, "I know it isn't easy dealing with all of this, so can I help you find help for someone to come in periodically to help you out with your wife?" He may be over-joyed to leave it in your hands, but also he could be the cork in the bottle and refuse the help. The main point is, you need to get this lady some help either for her physical condition or mental condition!
Be careful about accusing the husband unless you know the entire situation. Medications can certainly play a role in the way some people react to these situations. He could be on medications for stress, heart, Diabetes, etc., or she could be on medications that leave her lethargic, possibly paranoid. Unless you can actually see the mental abuse and understand what is behind the problem of verbal abuse, then you can only report it to Human Resources or Mental Health of you are not a family member.
Good luck Marcy
As a disabled and abused spouse, I must say that my husband's poor attitude towards me slows any possible recovery. He does not handle stress very well and to him, the smallest decisions bode the potential for a crisis. I could ask him to bring me a glass of water and hours might pass before he would bring it to me if then. I have hired help but when they appear, he explodes in a furious rage and the people leave. The situation is so bad that my helper which he does allow in the house came to me one day and said, "I had a dream about your husband and I woke up in tears because he is so horrible and mean." (So much for any possible paranoia on my part Miss Marcy.) I have no nearby family at all and most of my friends have married and moved away. I am presently recovering from pneumonia and this morning he was in one of his rages. Not only did the man verbally abuse me, he also hit me and bit one of my big toes. After this very negative encounter, I locked the bedroom door and did not respond to him for several hours. The man is a complete brute at home but once he leaves out of the front door, he morphs into Mr. Nice Guy. Despite my physical limitiations, I plan to leave him in the near future.
It does, and inflicts neutral damage.
Someone of something that inflicts bruises. Usually a big, tough guy.
To show the tragedies of war and the suffering it inflicts on people.
The intensity of a tornado is estimated based on the severity of the damage it inflicts.
The word is translated from the Greek sy·nei′de·sis,which is drawn from syn (with) and ei′de·sis(knowledge) and thus means co-knowledge, or knowledge with oneself. Conscience is a capacity to look at oneself and render judgment about oneself, bear witness to oneself.It is an inward realization or sense of right and wrong that excuses or accuses one. Hence, conscience judges. It also can be trained by the thoughts and acts, convictions and rules that are implanted in a person's mind by study and experience. Based on these things, it makes a comparison with the course of action being taken or contemplated. Then it sounds a warning when the rules and the course conflict, unless the conscience is "seared," made unfeeling by continued violations of its warnings. Conscience can be a moral safety device, in that it imparts pleasure and inflicts pain for one's own good and bad conduct.
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Sadistic behavior is when someone inflicts pain on others because they enjoy it
Intentional animal abuse is abuse that someone inflicts on animals on purpose.
Love inflicts pain? You don't have to hurt someone who you dearly love.
The wind speed of a tornado is inferred from the severity of the damage it inflicts.
It is a 3/6 minion that freezes anything it inflicts damage to.
"An item to be held by a Pokemon. It may cause the foe to flinch when the holder inflicts damage."
Jane has the ability to inflict a mental illusion of burning pain. It physically does nothing to them, as it is an ability to trick the mind into thinking there is pain. Jane can control how much pain she inflicts on her victim. The pain that Jane inflicts is described as being like "burning" inside of the victim.
Well, not much. But it is a move that inflicts damage on the target. It is a Normal-type move!
We never find out what was so bad that Fortunato did that caused Montresor to basically bury him alive.
well, it could be called a self harmer, or an attention seeker.
An oppressive government is a government that unjustly inflicts hardship and constraint especially on a minority or any other subordinate group.
The AWP, magnum sniper-rifle, inflicts the most damage. It is often a one-hit-kill.
It is a throwing item that inflicts damage if hits, but it's rare.
Certainly is, mainly because of its size , a small bite to us inflicts major damage.
Four: -Famine -Death -Pestilence -War They are also known as: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
A person who keeps a domestic animal may not always be strictly liable for any that the animal inflicts. In some cases the owner may have done everything correctly and their animal can still inflict harm. For example if an animal comes on to their property. In this case they will likely not be liable.
First let's consider the definition of a conscience. The word is translated from the Greek sy·nei′de·sis, which is drawn from syn (with) and ei′de·sis (knowledge) and thus means co-knowledge, or knowledge with oneself. Conscience is a capacity to look at oneself and render judgment about oneself, bear witness to oneself.Conscience is inherent in man, having been made part of him by God. It is an inward realization or sense of right and wrong that excuses or accuses one. Hence, conscience judges. It also can be trained by the thoughts and acts, convictions and rules that are implanted in a person's mind by study and experience. Itcan be a moral safety device, in that it imparts pleasure and inflicts pain for one's own good and bad conduct.The fist step in having a correct conscience is having correct viewpoints. We as imperfect humans are not always going to have accurate thinking. Our thinking affects directly how our conscience operates. Therefore our conscience has to be trained by the only source that can completely be trusted in all aspects of life which is the bible, God's means of communication with mankind.(2 Timothy 3:16) At Acts 24:16 Paul stated "I am exercising myself continually to have a consciousness of committing no offense against God and men", he meant that he continually steered and corrected his course of life according to God's Word and Christ's teachings, for he knew that in the final analysis God, and not his own conscience, would be his ultimate judge. So in order to make proper evaluations a conscience must be fully and accurately trained in God's Word. Hence, when faced with a question or a decision, we should first reflect on Bible principles that may apply. Identifying the relevant Bible principle can thus strengthen our conscience and help us make the right decision.To have a correct conscience we may first need to build our relationship with god and continue to get to know him as a person (likes, dislikes, attributes, views, standards) so that our thoughts and actions can be in harmony with his. Jehovah's witnesses have a free home-bible study program that can help you to do just that. You will not only be improving your conscience by following the guidance that the bible provides through that study but also benefit in countless other ways that will improve your life altogether. If you are interested please contact the local "Kingdom Hall" in your area and arrangements can be made immediately.
an official who inflicts capital punishment in pursuit of a warrant. ---- An executioner is a person who carries out a death sentence by performing the execution of the condemned prisoner.