Are children more likely to commit suicide from name calling verbal abuse or physical abuse?
Not an expert on this stuff but I would say verbal abuse has a much bigger effect than physical. Verbal abuse messes with your mind to where people would be driven to do such a thing as take their own life!
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What should you do when you have been with a man that has been verbally abusive and physically abusive within a 9-year timeframe and you have 3 small children?
well if you feel that your not getting any where by talking and discusing your problems with each other then you need to get out of the situation and come to a compromise abou…t visitation rights where the children are concerned because the childrens mental state cant be good if they see what goes on and your mental state can't be good either to be able to deal with your children on a day to day bases
the verbal abuse is a very serious matter for instance if a young child acidentilly spills a glass of milk a parent or both parents may start calling the child stupid and curs…ing and putting the child in a depressing stage feeling like sucide ,or cutting the wrists,maybe even bulling other people or peers around them. the vebal abuse is such as cursing really not being called fat or lazy but those words are very upseting to kids making them feel not wanted or not loved. im here to tell u im going to be 13 and took care of 3 younger siblings while my family slept and and did nothing, to help, my sister a year and a half younger than i helped me with our lil sister and brother of course they could both go to school thankfully and i was happy 4 that and i struggled with househlod chores . my grades went from a's to c's and d's . i also begain to complain to my grandparents about my struggles and they let me live with them . i now make straight a's and am living a better cleaner invironment. but while i was getting each child ready for school plus myself if i messed one thing up and my parents found out i was cursed at and that's considered verbal abuse . if it's effecting your health,grades ,and self estseam .. contact someone verbal; abuse is very serious in court and can be held against parents if u want to go that rought !!!!
What happens when you reveal a narcissist's secrets such as verbal abuse physical abuse suicide attempt and infidelity?
Answer . Excellent problem question. If It was you that did this exposure then what would the narcissus person do. They is perfect so why would they do? If they are actual…ly imperfect and have a temper? that may be aproblem.\n. \n . I can tell you from my own experience that they react with complete denial even in the face of irrefutable evidence, indignation, counter attacking by trying to push all your buttons to make you look crazy, and by creating the most elaborate lies you have ever heard...so insane they are almost believable because surely, NO ONE could make THAT kind of stuff up. Also, if all else fails...they will claim you were the abuser and they are the helpless victim. They will drag you, your children, your friends and anyone else in your life through the legal system for years and actually get away with it due to their charm and ability to manipulate others, including judges and anyone else they encounter. If you plan on doing this, prepare yourself and circle the wagons and always stay one step ahead. You have to start looking at things the way they do, that way you can pretty much predict their next move and head him off at the pass.
Answer . One of the biggest issues of verbal/emotional abuse is that since there is no visible sign, other people find it easier to believe that the victim is at fault. Thi…s adds to the feelings of inadequacy for the victim since he/she needs to convince others of the problem in order to get help. This is next to impossible since not seeing/hearing or speaking of this sort of abuse is a societal norm.. Answer . It doesn't have obvious effects as does a punch to the face, but calling someone derogatory names is a way to demean them, to show them what you feel their "value" is. Being told you're of low worth by someone who claims to love you is a terrible blow to the self esteem. Wh*re and slut are names used usually to degrade a woman, to view her as a cheap receptacle. It doesn't even have to be these names--c*nt, nonentity, worthless, failure are all names that are purposely used to devalue someone.. So is calling someone these names justifiable, everyday behavior? Are these names something you would use on a total stranger in a public place, or someone who is more imposing physically than you? You wouldn't and you wouldn't like it if someone yelled that stuff at you either.. Answer . Verbal abuse is sometimes hard to pinpoint. It can come on subtly but can have a profound effect never-the-less. You can gradually lose your self esteem which is in itself crippling. Losing all your defenses to a person can result in dire depression, guilt and anxiety. This is a torturous state of affairs. Do not take it lightly!. Answer. I have always had a problem with the statement "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.". I believe that words create a deeper hurt than sticks and stones. Many people recover from the pain and trauma of physical injuries but psychological injuries can last for generations. The innocent minds of children are more vulnerable than that of adults to the emotionally debilitating effects of harsh words.
Answer . \nYes, abusers are more prone to commit suicide at an early age because of their lack of self control,self confidence and self respect.
Answer . Well of course, verbal abuse always results in stress and stress causes many physical problems, heart attacks even. Also, NO ONE deserves any sort of abuse …and having been in both types of realationships I would honestly say it is harder to deal, long term at least, with verbal (mental abuse) than physical because it starts to stick in your head even if you don't believe it, it has a way of leaving you with so many insecurities later. And anyone who can do that to someone they say they care for either doesn't have true feelings for that person or has alot of their own issues they should deal with before getting emotionally involved with anyone (at least in my opinion).
lots. that stuff hurts even if ur on line.. There are tons of people comming suicite becaues of abuse. One of my friends from my old school hung herself at her house because …of someone being very verbal on the internet and she got so upset shes commited suicide.
\nnot always but some time they can be both
Very often the guilt of sexual abuse is transferred to the child by the abuser. The child is told that he or she has a 'secret' and mustn't tell anyone about the abuse. Afterw…ards the child naturally feels dirty and shameful despite the fact that the child is innocent and the abuser the guilty party.\n. \nUnless the abuse is discovered, the abuser punished and the child undergoes a healing process (either through counselling, psychotherapy or similar treatment) they can harbour this guilt right through their life, even into late adulthood. Occasionally the abused child's guilt ends up as depression, as the body and mind's way of coping with the untreated 'shame' of abuse. If the depression takes hold, and is severe enough, thoughts of suicide can result.\n.
there may be no physical effects.but the child or person may become a child filled with hatred. a child who may be easily angered or very sensitive.i was a victim of verbal ab…use and im a mixture of both.
They can both be bad.Its like chewing tobacco and smoking tabcco, They both cause cancer one just does it quicker and in a different part of the body.Death can occur from eith…er abuse, physical abuse just causes it faster.
Unless witnessed by others verbal abuse towards children or even adults can be difficult to detect or to prove. Some signs may be lethargy; fear in the eyes of the child aroun…d one or both parents; not doing well in school; may not eat well and look ill; may show signs of vomiting; wetting themselves; not playing with friends; picking fights with children their own age and will sit alone either in their room or in a corner of a room. However, some children may experience a few of the above actions when they are not verbally abused and simply moody and going through a growing spurt.
You are in charge of your own children! You have to set the rules and talk to the grandmother about her abusive ways with your children and if she refuses to listen to you the…n you need to protect your children by taking them out of that environment and telling the grandmother she can come visit on your terms and if she doesn't agree to that then she can't see her grandchildren at all. Please take into consideration (depending on the age of grandmother) if she is elderly that medications can change a person's personality or Alzheimer's or it's partner Dementia can be setting in. In this case you will have to try a different way to take the children out of this destructive environment, yet be there when the grandmother comes to visit them to protect your children against her verbal abuse. If matters get worse and the children are very young you will have to make the difficult choice of keeping the grandmother away from them.
Are you kidding? Call the police. File a police report and complaint.
Regular physical abuse from anyone is not acceptable, contact the police. _________________ Other options: Contact the child welfare branch of your state government. If y…ou don't know what it's called, any school counselor will know, and your medical doctor will know, too. Here in Rhode Island it's called DCYF, the Department of Children, Youth, and Families. Each state has its own name. Better yet, if your mom is willing, and she should be if she believes you, she should call them and report what's happening. You should both know that doing this might cause some temporary upheavals in your family, but there is no way that you should be subjected to any kind of abuse, physical or emotional. If there are adults who have witnessed your dad abusing you in any way, you could ask them to call the child welfare branch as well. If there are bruises or other physical signs of abuse, you should go to your doctor and have them checked out. Explain to your doctor how you got them. You find someone you trust like a school counsellor and you tell them what is happening and how it makes you feel. Call: Childline 0800 1111 (in the UK). It is a free reliable service running 24/7. It is confidential unless it is Life and death/illegal situation.
Cussing, name calling, exaggerating when you tell them they have done something wrong and call them things like lazy, dumb etc when in fact children learn better when you spea…k slowly and looks them in the face calmly. Like most of us do. When someone yells or call you names you shut down or get angry. Sarcasm and irony is mean as well since small kids haven't learned it yet.
When children are around one or both parents who are verbally abusive to each other the children are caught in the middle because all they see is their dad and mom and they lo…ve them both and it frightens the young children so much it can be traumatic for them. Children will often stay in their rooms; cling to each other; perhaps to grandparents; are quiet; do poorly in school if they are in school. 'Monkey see .. monkey do' is what will happen to at least one of these children growing up in this type of environment and their lives will become difficult in most cases. Parents should be mature enough to try not to argue in front of their children and go some place where they can get it out of their system.