Family violence has a huge impact on those who experience it.
People with a lived experience of family violence may live in fear for themselves and their family even when they have left an abusive relationship.
I’m looking forward to more respectful behaviour in the future,” she said.
Disruptive behaviour continues to be the most consistently discussed problem in South African schools.
The abuser may be from a current or past intimate relationship, a carer or a guardian, other family member including step family regardless of gender and sexuality.
Abusive behaviours include: Physical: hitting, slapping, threats, restraining, biting, scratching, pinching, kicking, punching, pushing, burning, stabbing, shooting Psychological and emotional: threats, intimidation, name calling, put downs, isolation, economic abuse (forcing a person to give up his/her wages or not letting him/her have access to money), abusing or using children or pets to create fear, stalking, harassing, guilt trips, blaming Sexual: unwanted sexual contact – e.g.
We are all unique and as such, our behaviour will be diverse as well.
When it comes to manipulative behaviour there are numerous variations but there is a common framework within which most manipulative behaviour can be identified.
Ward Sutherland miming “pushing a knife” into Farrell’s back.