Types of Abuse
“Any act where on partner controls or humiliates the other…involving a person’s attempts to frighten, control or isolate.
“It is in the abuser’s words and actions, as well as their persistence in these behaviours.”
“Controlling through economic domination or draining finances through extortion, theft, manipulation of gambling. Or by accruing debt in you name of selling your personal property.”
“The act of forcefully criticizing, insulting or denouncing another person.
“Characterised by underlying anger and hostility, it is intended to harm the th other person and produce negative emotions.”
“A form of physical abuse. Forced sex, even by a spouse or intimate partner, with whom you have consensual sex, is an act of aggression and violence.”
“A collection of practises, violence and threats, used to control behaviour at the hands of family or community, in order to protect perceived cultural and religious beliefs and/or honour.”
If you are worried about any type of abuse (whether mentioned here or not), please do not hesitate to contact us. Call 01773 719 111. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can read more about Domestic Abuse in a series of blogs written by our Outreach Worker, Sandra
- When he uses the child to abuse you.
- Stalking, harassment, electronic monitoring and Domestic Abuse – and how to stay safe.
- Sexual Abuse in Intimate Relationships.
- From historic patriarchy to toxic shame. Why do men become domestic abusers?
- Abusive Persuasion – guilt tripping, persuasive and manipulative tactics seen in Domestic Abuse.
- It’s not your fault. Self-blame and domestic abuse.
- Trauma bonding – why you can’t stop loving the narcissist.
- Is narcissism making you suffer? Discover the key signs of this manipulative abuse.
- What does financial abuse look like?
- Trauma, Domestic Abuse and steps to recovery
- Journaling for recovery
- Actions for happiness
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