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What is verbal violence and why it is a way of life for some ?your opinion,pl.

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Asked by lolita mansfield, 19 Apr '10 08:33 pm
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In todays fast moving society ,there is so much stress and tension that people need someone to pour their frustration and anger and this leads to verbal violence.Majorirty of people have made this a way of life and it often leads to torture both physical and mental and sometimes even promts to committing suicide.The problem is that we have forgotten how to live and are just helpless souls dragging on with our life.
Answered by kulwant singh, 20 Apr '10 02:49 pm

 
  
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HE or She can to make you feel bad about yourself or defective in some way.! They don't insult, threaten, or assault everyone in their life who gives them!!! as Domestic abuse often escalates from threats and verbal abuse to violence.!!
Answered by Oberoi, 19 Apr '10 08:37 pm

 
  
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Verbal Abuse Can Lead to Domestic Violence
I see verbal abuse as a boiling cauldron of pain and anguish in possibly millions of homes and physical abuse as the surface sputters that get our attention. Batterers dont start beating their partners before they have first withheld their feelings from them, called them names, or belittled them. A person who might cross from verbal to physical abuse is likely to show signs of an impending physical assault by launching intense and repeated verbal attacks, by indulging in rages or by becoming abusive in public. Such a person attempts to justify the abuse by blaming their partner. Batterers notoriously blame the victim of their assaults. "If it wasnt for you, I wouldnt be in jail," says the batterer. The verbal abuser does likewise saying, "You made me...," or "Youre trying to control me," or "Youre trying to start a fight."
Answered by Dinesh Manaktala, 19 Apr '10 08:37 pm

 
  
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Verbal violence : Its the official language of Gangsters and people with criminal background........Dont be surprised to hear that in Parliament too.....
Answered by Kuldeep Khatau, 19 Apr '10 08:35 pm

 
  
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