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On Oct 2, 1:17 pm, "`....@......'" <goodnews8...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Verbal abuse (also known as reviling or bullying) is best described as
an ongoing emotional environment organized by the abuser for the
purposes of control. The underlying factor in the dynamic of verbal
abuse is the abuser’s low regard for him or herself.
As a result, the abuser attempts to place their victim in a position
to believe similar things about him or herself, a form of warped
Verbal abuse may occur to a person of any gender, race, culture,
sexual orientation, age, or size. Typically, verbal abuse increases in
intensity over time and often escalates into physical abuse as well.
After exposure to verbal abuse, victims may fall into clinical
depression and/ or post-traumatic stress disorder.
Despite being the most common form of abuse, verbal abuse is generally
not taken as seriously as other types of abuse, because there is no
visible proof. In reality, however, verbal abuse can be more
detrimental to a person's health than physical abuse. If started at a
young age, verbal abuse contributes to codependency, borderline
personality disorder, narcissistic personality disorder, and other
psychological disorders that often plague many people into adulthood.
People who feel they are being attacked by a verbal abuser on a
regular basis should seek professional counsel and remove themselves
from the negative environment whenever possible. Staying with a verbal
abuser is damaging for a person's overall well-being; and all steps to
change the situation should be pursued.
Verbal abuse includes the following: countering, withholding,
discounting, verbal abuse disguised as jokes, accusing and blaming,
judging and criticizing, trivializing, undermining, threatening, name-
calling, chronic forgetting, ordering, denial of anger or abuse, and
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