Immediately. Reach out to a close friend or relative for help, and leave as soon as you can.
Keep them away from the father and make an agreement with him not to be verbally abusive to your children
If your husband is verbally and emotionally abusive, you can break the negative cycle by seeking the services of a family counselor or filing for divorce.
Generally a verbally abusive woman has control issues and she will carry them into most relationships. However, there are a few women that are verbally abusive to one or more men, but may meet a man that she is not verbally abusive to as they are better suited for each other.
not always but some time they can be both
Physically abusive? Call the cops. It is no more acceptable for a woman to beat a man then it is the other way around. Or leave her. Dont put up with that. Verbally/Mentally abusive? Let her know how she makes you feel...ask her why she treats you like that. If she doesnt stop....again....leave her.
You deal with it by breaking up with him . If he is verbally abusive, you should break up with him now. Not later. Now.
you can move out when you are 16 without a parents consent.
He was verbally abusive to his daughter but there's no valid info about him being physically abusive.
They aren't you feminist retard. Women can be abusive and so can men so get stuffed
If your teenage daughter is verbally abusive, you can take her to a therapist or even call the police.
Yes. Even the meekest person can come to a point where they've been backed into a corner one time too many and come out fighting. When someone mentally abuses you, they are scarring your mind and soul. If you don't get out from under the control of these types of people they will rob you of feelings, confuse you as to who you are and what you are capable of. Tell this person to take a hike! Good luck Marcy
Call the police or divorce him If there is a threat of physical violence, you may also be able to obtain a protective or restraining order, requiring him to leave your home and stay away from you.
Why would you call someone who is "emotionally and verbally abusive" - your "friend"? Abusers cannot be friends because they lack empathy and the ability to truly love someone else or relate to others!
If your wife is mentally abusive, you need to let her know that her words are hurting you. If that does not seem to do any good, you all may need to seek counseling.
Yes, definitely. Usually abusers come from abusive families and may be mentally ill themselves.
I've always found that it's unhealthy to stay in relationships with those who are verbally abusive. But it's equally important to learn to forgive. Forgiveness gives you freedom from bitterness. And even though you might forgive someone, they may continue to be verbally abusive. When that happens, it's better to keep short and simple contact with that person.
If your sister-in-law is verbally abusive, there is no law you can invoke to stop her. Your best option is to avoid her.
If you realize that you are being abusive, whether verbally or physically, it is imperative that you seek help from a professional to find out why you are,, you are already on your way by admitting to it.
Hayley's ex-stepfather was verbally abusive. Her biological father is not abusive. I really hope this isn't true! if i is, poor hayley :(
The different social problems include crime, taking alcohol, fighting, use of abusive language and many more. Social problems refer to things that a particular community views as unacceptable.
If you really care about the person you wouldn't verbally abuse them. But, you can try to think of the good things about the person when your about to make a mean comment.