Women and men can be verbal abusers.: The following recurring thoughts indicate you are being mentally or emotionally abused by your spouse or lover. "Sandy has no right to do that." "I had better not tell Harry or he will be mad again." "I'd better keep this private to avoid being criticized again." "I can never do anything right with Chris." "I can't stand it when Erin does that to me." "Sometimes I think Natalie is tearing me apart with her mouth." "Bob is always so sarcastic." "When Pat talks to me like that I feel really small." All abuse takes a toll on self-esteem. The abused person starts feeling helpless and possibly even hopeless. In addition, most emotional abusers are adept at convincing the victim that the abuse is his/her fault. Somehow, the victim is responsible for what happened. Emotional abuse can take the form of: * Extramarital affairs * Provocative behavior with opposite sex * Humiliation and put-downs * Hypercriticism * Refusal to communicate * Use of sarcasm and unpleasant tone of voice * Unreasonable jealousy * Extreme moodiness * "I love you but..." * "If you don't shape up, I will..." * Domination and control * Withdrawal of affection A common form of emotional abuse is "I love you, but..." That sounds so sweet, yet it is both a disguised criticism and a threat. It indicates, "I love you now, but if you don't stop such-and such, that love is of short duration." It is a constant put-down that works on your self-esteem. And mental abuse often has some threat involved such as, "If you don't shape up, I will..." "If you leave me, I'll go off without a trace. You and the kids will never find me and never get a penny from me." All abuse takes a toll on self-esteem. The abused person starts feeling helpless and possibly even hopeless. In addition, most emotional abusers are adept at convincing the victim that the abuse is his/her fault. Somehow, the victim is responsible for what happened. Mental abuse is a blow of death to your self-esteem. Often the first step in leaving the abuse is obtaining counseling to rebuild that esteem.
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
The 4 forms of abuse are:-Emotional Abuse-Mental Abuse-Physical Abuse-Sexual Abuse
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.
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.
It can be considered a form of mental and physical abuse.
You technically can not charge them for mental abuse. You can only get them charged if a direct threat towards you can be proven.
Verbal and mental abuse are kind of a cause and affect. When somebody verbally abuses you so badly it eventually, over time, turns into a mental abuse which means you start believing what the abuser says, and less of what you feel and think.
Beating children is abuse. The types of abuse are physical, emotional, mental, and sexual. Threats probably fall under the emotional or mental catogories.
mental abuse to humans
drugs, sexual/mental abuse, genetics, environment you live in
Physical, Mental, Verbal, Sexual...
Mental Abuse To Humans
Is the individual being abused a child, incompetent or elderly? Yes, It is a crime Is the individual being abused a competent adult? No abuse (thou I would recommend a mental evaluation if such abuse is being allowed)
-physical -emotional -sexual -mental -neglect It is all about child abuse
Mental abuse: when the abusive person would say "I love you", call you something mean (such as a name), say something sweet and then trash you again. Physical abuse: touching in an abusive manner (obviously). Verbal abuse: very similar to mental abuse.
Depression (i think)