In fact, some of the abusive ways one may be treated by their spouse, may be similar from situation to situation.What determines which type of situation one is actually faced with is the underlying dynamic.
In the case of domestic abuse, the abuser employs a pattern of systematic, coercive tactics, to instill fear in order to gain and maintain power and control in the marriage.
The most common tactics used by the abuser are: economic abuse, emotional abuse, threats, intimidation, isolation, and sometimes physical or sexual abuse.
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The abuser does this, because he believes it is his absolute entitlement to have power and control, of his wife, in his marriage. It is his conviction that he has the right to everything revolve around him without having to consider the needs, wants or concerns of his spouse.