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Get ready for world war III and accusations of what a bad mother you are and how inept you are at keeping a clean house. The verbal abuser wants to cause feelings of fear in you. Your spouse blows his/her top and then blames you for their actions and behavior. Your spouse refuses to discuss issues that upset you. You bury your feelings, walk on egg shells and work so hard at keeping the peace that every day becomes an emotional chore.
There is no better way to manipulate someone than causing fear! If you were only perfect they wouldn’t lose control! They avoid discussion of any topic where they might have to take responsibility for their actions or words. Don't expect him to take responsibility or, show concern for how his rejection causes you to feel. You feel depressed and have even wondered if you are crazy. The persistent and intense use of threatening words to get you to do something or act in a way you find uncomfortable.
If a partner or friend thinks you have an alcohol problem, he or she may urge you to see your doctor.
Your doctor will ask questions about your symptoms and past health, and he or she will do a physical exam and sometimes a mental health assessment.
Did she lose her job for constantly being late to work? You are turning your stress inward and punishing yourself for his bad behavior. This form of verbal abuse is common at the end of a marriage.
When it gets to this point, you are working in tandem with the verbal abuser. If your spouse doesn’t want a divorce they will say whatever it takes to play on your emotions, to get you to stay in the marriage.
Not all words that are meant to hurt are "ugly words." A master at verbal abuse can damage your self-esteem while, at the same time, appear to care deeply for you. If you feel that it is a put-down, then it most likely is.
As with all forms of abuse, it occurs across all socio-economic, educational and racial and ethnic groups.
As with other forms of abuse, financial abuse may begin subtly and progress over time.
The mental health assessment checks to see whether you may have a mental health problem, such as depression.
Your doctor also may ask questions or do tests to look for health problems linked to alcohol, such as cirrhosis.