This is as such considered DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. As is anything representing THREATS, any ABUSIVE verbal or sexual behavior, etc.
It really is scary
Sorry. That's why I did that whole exercise of "putting me in her shoes" upon reading this.I've never had a real girlfriend or spouse so I wouldn't know but I've never hurt any woman before and don't intend to, granted, I have definitely raised my voice before. I've gotten in heated arguments with female friends or strangers or whatever before. I'm also not a violent drunk. Not towards women at least. I tend to be more of a hugger.
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I appreciate the effort you put into this. Good for you, recognising your weaknesses but being smart enough to mitigate the damage caused by them. Big ups girl
Yeah that’s a weird flex
by the way was thinking about watching that show. Do u recommend it?
I highly recommend it.. it’s a bit triggering for me and it is bringing up some strange conversations with my husband around what is abuse 😂😂😭. But yes it’s a good watch.
Thank you for the reply. I imagine your definition of abuse is different to his? Hope u 2 can find a common ground. To me anything that is forced and makes either of you feel uncomfortable is a form of abuse.
It does have that effect… but children throwing tantrums do that kind of thing all the time until they learn emotional control so maybe it’s more a sign of limited emotional control than it is abusive behaviour? What do you think 🤔 I don’t doubt that it feels abusive and that it’s wrong but I’m not sure the motive is to be abusive
You make a valid point about kids' tantrums. I think the setting, age, other circumstances has a lot to do with it. If a guy were to come in to my place, start screaming at me, throwing and breaking things, and punching the walls I'd see it as intimidation and terrorizing me even if he didn't throw anything at me or assault me. He'd have to leave, either on his own power or feet first, I wouldn't much care which way.
So, every time you have a fight with some you scream at them, smash things up and punch holes in walls?
@Guffrus you should read over my reply before making an assumption.
I didn't make an assumption, I asked a question.
@Guffrus you're one of those. Lol
People who deal with facts?
@Guffrus sure buddy
You dont deserve this level of patience and generousity on my part, so try to appreciate and be grateful for what you are being given.The problem with having a high threshold for DV is that it increases the chances of it going undetected. You create an atmosphere in which people are expected to tolerate violence and peoples complaints are dismissed.This is how you make broken and dead people.You didn't answer the question, but it could be, if you have grown up around violence that it has become normalised for you and what you consider acceptable is not acceptable for others.
Too bad majority of people would laugh as the judge throws the abuser in jail.
Sorry Im u sure what you’re talking.
Haha, i can’t handle the mess I have to clean up after that Kinda tantrum. Too lazy to punch walls
Were you banging the neighbor again?
He’s 80 … 🤔
who punches walls? Why not invest in a punching bag. Or in a therapist