Domestic Violence has always been a problem in society; the act has gone back since the beginning of time. When people think they have authority over another individual, or several people, they get what they want by intimidation. Men have had authority over women for centuries; women were trained to act weak and live powerless, and they were taken advantage of by men, especially by their spouses. However, the sense of power doesn’t always run through men. Women can also be the abuser towards their significant other.
Emotional abuse is sometimes also known as psychological abuse, which is the continuing emotional violation of a person by another and can have a severe impact upon a person’s life. It can comprise intentionally trying to intimidate, scare, frighten or humiliate a person. Emotional abuse leaves the offender free to gain authority and control over someone through his behaviors, language and gestures, which with the passage of time reduce the person’s sense of self-worth, self-belief and confidence. Due to the fact that psychological abuse contains no physical torture and there are no visible physical signs, sometimes, it can be hard to identify it. People who are experiencing this emotional abuse, the pain can in some cases continue indefinitely.
Risks people often take can include suicide or doing something dangerous. Impulsivity mostly influences people during times of crisis by resulting in uneducated actions and risk taking. People may make hasty,fast uneducated actions that may seem good now but in the long run are not good. Most people have ADHD and impulsivity is one of the main effects of having it. Having this medical condition could affect how people act during a crisis because it may confuse/alter
Anxiety and Depression are two disorders that are very difficult to fully comprehend and even talk about sometimes. These two disorders can affect anyone of any age and each person deals with anxiety or depression in a different way. Anxiety is the feeling of worry, nervousness or unease, usually about an event or something that could have a certain outcome. Every person deals with feeling anxious from time to time because of the stress that life can cause. It is difficult to understand the difference between normal anxiety and an anxiety disorder because the symptoms are the same in most cases.
There is no human who has not known fear. Perhaps not in the extreme stages that fear can attain, but we all possess this trait which must reside close to the soul of our existence. It can alter the very nature of our personalities and often the course of our life. The majority of us will experience the fear of death, of failure, of aging, the unknown and numerous other basic fears. Some people are consumed by minor fears, which most dismiss as irrelevant, but can have a serious impact on those so infected.
PTSD is a reaction to being exposed to an event which is outside the range of normal human experience. Everyone reacts differently to different situations and it doesn't have to be a life threatening experience for someone to respond in this way. PTSD affects hundreds of thousands of people who have been exposed to violent events such as rape, domestic violence, child abuse, war, accidents, natural disasters and political torture. A lot of people go through PTSD without even noticing it. PTSD needs special treatment, and if you don't get it treated it could get worse.
Intrusive, traumatic memories are of real social concern, especially for people struggling with clinical posttraumatic distress. The ability to remember specific events is not a problem in itself. Rather, it is the involuntary intrusion of these traumatic thoughts that is a serious issue. Research shows that a task can interfere with the memory of an event shortly after it happened by affecting the consolidation process. However, it is still unknown whether interfering with the reconsolidation process can reduce the frequency of intrusive memories of traumatic events without affecting the memories in themselves.
Music can be the most emotional in all acts. Music makes us connect to emotions we have never felt before. Sometimes people fear getting to these deep and emotional parts of themselves. People do not always like to feel these types of emotions because sometimes a song brings back a bad memory that we do not wish to recall. Some people even have a fear of music like psychoanalyst Freud.
The Effect of Sexual Harassment Reporting an incident of sexual harassment has changed drastically over the last few weeks (Noguchi). Allegations have started to cause some of the most powerful people to resign from positions of power or even get fired from their high status, well paying job. The newfound interest has developed the issue of whether sexual harassment is as widespread as the media is saying or if it is just being exaggerated to get attention. Sexual harassment needs to be talked about and solved because it causes harm to the everyone, can cause behaviors to expand and become more deviant, and is morally wrong. Many women are speaking out on sexual harassment currently and are being covered by the media.
Along with the quality of nagging, being defensive in nature also stimulates fights and criticism. The fact that you are not able to accept your mistakes and make a sincere effort to work on yourself has a lot of say in your relationship. Many times one uses harsh language or improper tone because they are in a bad mood or are under a lot of stress. This often happens during the period of parenthood. In this case, it is ideal to calm down and make specific requests instead of throwing around negative criticism.
By using that guilt time and time again it achieves its desired results. You get some victories. However, you also create resentment and anger. By playing on people’s guilt you don’t create a culture or atmosphere where people care about you as a person. You create a relationship founded on coercion.