Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Difference between and abuser and being abusive

This is the wierdest love advice column I have ever read! This guy Eppy has a unique take on verbal abuse--OK for a guy to be abusive because it doesn't last long, but being an abuser is a no-no! Well, in our work, we think any abuse is unnecessary and you do not have to stand for any of it--not from abusers or those "just" being abusive--read his column--stupid!

After verbal abuse comes physical abuse | Health And Family, Lifestyle Features, The Philippine Star | philstar.com: "There is a difference between an abusive person and an abuser.  Abusive persons are those who sometimes hurt others because they cannot control their aggressive impulse at times.  But most of the time, they can control their aggression and live intimately with others peacefully.  There would be spurts of aggression, which slips out especially during stress.  However, it can be controlled within a few seconds or minutes.  Anyone you meet and everybody you know can be abusive, but they are not abusers."

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