"Abuser" and "Silet treatment" are labels, but what do they mean? An abuser is someone who harms you either physicaly or mentally. What is the extent of the abuse? What is the abuser's perspective. Many abusers feel justified in their actions. Many will feel that they were defending themselves emotionally or physically. Of course, if a big man feels threatened by a small woman and the big man uses his strength and size to "defend" himself against a woman who raises her hand against him, he certainly is being physically abusive. There is no excuse for a man to strike either a woman or somenone smaller UNLESS THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION. Unfortunately, abusers either loose control and strike out or consciously decide to control the abused using physical violence and intimidation. One abuser has anger managment issues, the other has self image issues. So first, you need to decide who the abuser is. Next, what is meant by "silent treatment"? Sometimes it's a person who is witholding emotional access in an attempt to manipulate behavior. Other times "silent treatment" can describe the behavior of someone who is ashamed of what he has done but refuses to acknowledge his dispicable behavior and tries to blame it all on the abused. "Look what you made me do." is a classic example of someone who is trying to blame the abused. Simply put, if you can't defend yourself against the abuser, get out. Physical abuse will increase until the abused is seriously injured. Run, don't walk to the nearest womens shelter.
Please read the post I just made in the "Relationship section" under abuse. Hope it helps. Marcy
The silent treatment puts the opponent/victim on the back foot forcing a renewed peacekeeping initiative which can be rebuffed and savoured as a further triumph, or, on the other hand, producing an angry response - shouting or blows - which allows the passive aggressor to be cast as the victim and brand the victim as the aggressor.
Drug abusers can go to rehab or a treatment center. Teens can go to juvenile detention.
Men giving silent treatment to their wives occurs when they have had a disagreement or argument. Some wives also give their husbands the silent treatment when they fall out.
Don't be a jerk by having an affair in the first place. You get the silent treatment, you get all you deserve.
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The silent treatment is used often by a mate because they do not want to get into an argument as it only fuels the fire. However continuously being silent does not resolve the problem either and the person who remains silent has options of either leaving that person; getting psychiatric help to deal with the situation. 'The silent treatment' can be misused because some abusive mates will use this to intimidate their other half. As with many other things in life the 'silent treatment' from another person in a bad relationship is often misunderstood.
The silent treatment is abusive.
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They have all kinds of treatment centers for drug use in every city. The Aiken Center is a treatment center for alocholics and drug abusers. They are located at 1105 Gregg Highway in Aiken, South Carolina. (803) 649-1900
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the silent treatment.
The "silent treatment" never stands to prove anything because you have to talk things out to be able to try and resolve whatever it is that is going on. The "silent treatment" is unproductive and not worth the time actually it is a huge waste of time. It is not worth wasting the time as we should be thankful for our time with another not arguing about petty things or playing these petty immature games.
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Coercion Treatment is often used in the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. It aims to give abusers the opportunity to feel, face or experience the consequences of their addictions which in term hopefully motivates them to succeed in becoming clean.
The narcissist will use the silent treatment for as long as they can to get the attention they are seeking. I have lived with a N for many years, wasted 6 years of my life and he still torments me. We have been split of for a year now and he still torments me. Oh the silent treatment......what a terrible thing to do. They do it to torture you mentally even more then they already have. It is a form of abuse and control. As long as they give you the silent treatment, they know that you are losing your mind while they are acting foolish. They also know that usually this tactic works very well for them because in the end, you are left with asking what is wrong and apologizing for something you did not do and that my friend is where the N gains satisfaction and has successfully drained another vial of blood from your soul.......
give them the silent treatment
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