Abusive people are all about control and he's very angry that he's lost control over you. An abuser can be kind and loving at the beginning (a trap) and once he has his victim where he wants them the abuse begins and just gets worse. Brain washing is part of their ploy and if he threatens you enough and let's you feel you are the one bothering him you may just believe him. They play a lot of mind games. If he phones you, then put him on speaker phone and tape his phone call. You can't tape a call off a cordless or cell phone (it's too weak a signal) so use that speaker phone. Keep those tapes and if he ever tries to charge you with something you have evidence. Even though tapes are not always admissable in court, the judge can and will listen to them in his chambers and believe me, that will sway his thoughts about who is telling the truth and who isn't. DON'T CONTACT HIM! Don't answer his calls or emails and stay away from the places you use to go (such as bars, cafes, etc.) You are in control over your own destiny. If you made the effort to stay away from him you wouldn't know about the restraining order. Good luck Marcy
Yes. The penalties depend on where you live and the circumstances around the issuing of the restraining order.
If you always fight, then it is an abusive relationship. If you do not want to be around your boyfriend/girlfriend, then it is an abusive relationship. If you can not talk or be around your family and friends then you are in an abusive relationship.
change your number and don't give out to anyone that knows him and then avoid him at all cost if you see him around ignore and go about your normal day like he doesn't exist or ask him what is his problem and then tell him to leave you alone you don't want anything to do with him! Talk to a judge or attorney and get a restraining order. If you feel there is any threat of violence, explain that to the judge and there is little doubt that the restraining order will be awarded. After that, if he violates any part of the restraining order he can be arrested.
i think its around $250.00??
becaue they themselves usually had an abusive childhood and are taking it out on the person they are around the most
An abusive husband can, and probably will hide it from his neighbours. But mostly it depends on how the husband is abusing the person, and if the neighbours are snooping around or listening in. So the answer is yes, and no. If you know someone who even MIGHT be getting abused, you should contact the police. Not trying to get in your buisiness or anything. Just a suggestion. :]
Nope. If a judge ordered a restraining order, you must comply with its stipulations. There may be an appeals process, though. Check with your lawyer to find out if you can appeal the order.
When he attacks you.When he says he doesn't love youWhen you feel sad when around him
YES! The conditions required are that you feel your life in in jeopardy or that you are under the threat of great bodily harm. You do not go around getting temporary restraining orders because it is Tuesday and you do not like someone.
Report to the police. Possible restraining order if they hang around.
Wrapping your arm around the horse's neck.
She is my sister, and she is slightly abusive to me, she also doesnt help around the house at all.
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.
* Yes they can, but then they would be breaking the laws associated with the Restraining Order. So would they get in trouble or would it just nullify the order?
The courts issued restraining orders at the request of the party who requests it. If that petitioner then turns around and WILLINGLY weds the respondant it would appear to nullify, by their own choice, the court order.
You shouldn't have to handle them. The only contact you should have is for the childrens visitation, school and medical decisions. Bring someone with you as much as possible when you have to be around them, abusive people tend to back off when they have witnesses. Write down what they do that is abusive and go to the judge that handled the divorce and see what they think...Let the abuser know in no uncertain terms that you will not tolerate their ways anymore, scream it at the top of your lungs, with some supportive family and friends present. Give them a taste of their own medicine, see how they like it...
If being around the child put the child in danger you can get a restraining order (you will need proof) but otherwise the parent who have the child at that moment decides who they will see. That also goes for the mother when she has the child and meets a new partner.
Around 2,000,000 a year is given out because of domestic violence.
Michael did not like being around his father as he was physically and psychologically abusive to him.
After your abusive partner abuses you once you need to leave. There is no staying around because it won't get any better it only gets worst after you let them abuse you once.
A day is defined by the time it takes the earth to spin once around it's axis.
It is highly unlikely that man who does not have an abusive personality will become an abuser if their partner grew up in an abusive home and refuses help. Good men know they should never hit a woman which in some cases can lead to male abuse by a woman. The stress of being around an abusive person be it verbally or physical abuse is bound to have effects on the non abusive partner, but most men will only take so much and have the opportunity of leaving the relationship.
There will always be a chance if you make contact with the genitals because the male could leak pre-sperm onto the vagina which could enter and travel up. It is highly unlikely but you shouldn't rule it out completely.
what you need first is a REASON. why do you not want to have contact with your mom? if it is because you don't feel safe and comfortable around her , and feel your safety, life, and health is in danger, you contact emergency ppl or somebody you trust and takl to tthem abbout it. after the talk, see what the trusted person says. if they say to, contact authorities and your mother might be separated from you. do you have a dad or other relatives? go to and talk with them, and also speak with your mother.If your mother really is an addict and abusive, you should contact the police and child protective services.
...is to 'circumnavigate'.