The father is physically, mentally, verbally and has all the symptoms of sociopathy (as does his mother) and NPD.My son’s “father” has hit him, punched him, screamed at him, hit me (and […] I met my rapist when we were kids in the local church I was raised in.He was the pastor’s son and was very kind when we were children.I moved away in high school and we ran into each other on campus five years later and over 100 miles away from our old town.When we think of physical abuse, we tend to think of it as more damaging because it leaves behind obvious […] I had just turned 18 and was in my first summer out of high school and my second semester of college. I had waited to be that age for such a long time and was so excited.I had been dating this guy casually for about a month and […] For the past 11 years, I and luckily my mom and dad have helped me fight for my now 14-year old son.How many men/women can relate to this personality disorder in their partner?There are no excuses for the people who inflict pain on another human being.
If you asked anyone who hasn’t experienced psychological abuse what is worse: psychological or physical abuse, you’d probably hear the latter as the answer more frequently.[…] On June 05th 2006 my ex husband broke into my home & stabbed me repeatedly & beat me with a metal baseball bat.He was captured & arrested that same night & has since plead guilty on all charges & is serving a 22 years sentence on all charges.This article contains facts and statistics on teen violence across the U.S., risk factors of teens becoming violent, and a profile of a violent child.
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