Domestic violence and abuse mean the maltreatment, extreme or improper use of a person. When the partner or person does not do what the person wants, she can be physically abused by her dominant partner. Abuse can take many different forms each with its own consequences, secrets, and shame. That is a major reason that abuse is not always reported so the figures for abuse may be factually incorrect and incomplete. The main types of abuse are Sexual, Emotional, Mental, and Physical and these are the types of abuse that are reported when seeking medical attention in the United States. Although the signs of sexual abuse may not be evident, there are certain indications that tell of sexual abuse.
Victims could be psychologically affected by the feeling that sex is dirty, wrong, and unhealthy. They tend to avoid sex for the expression of love, acceptance, and compassion and might even develop deviant sexual attitudes and behavior. Victims of sexual and physical abuse need counseling so that they can learn to handle their problems effectively Abuse means the degradation of anyone’s feelings so that he/she develops an inferiority complex which gives them the feeling that they are completely useless and that is the reason that nobody cares for them or loves them. This feeling of being redundant is further perpetuated by teachers, parents, or caregivers.
Abuse whether used on a child, teenager, or even an adult damages the ego and self-esteem of the person and they develop acute feelings of embarrassment because of the feeling that they are a bother or burden to their parents, teachers, or other caregivers. Such feelings result in depression, seclusion, and suicide.
Psychiatrist or Psychologist
A psychiatrist or psychologist who specializes in emotional abuse should be consulted in such a situation to provide comfort and other help for the abused person. People who are subject to any form of abuse should seek psychiatric and medical treatment for depression including therapy to overcome their inherent feelings of being unimportant, loneliness, and isolation.
The dominant partner imposes his/her will by depriving their partner of affection or physical needs such as food, sleep, comfort, water, and other ways to force them to do what they want. Physical abuse is defined as “one or more episodes of aggressive behavior, usually resulting in physical injury with possible damage to internal organs, sense organs, the central nervous system or the muscle or bones of another person.” It would help the situation if the patient were asked how her partner managed stress.