Definition of Abusers. Meaning of Abusers. Synonyms of Abusers

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Definition of Abusers

Abuser
Abuser A*bus"er, n. One who abuses [in the various senses of the verb].

Meaning of Abusers from wikipedia

- ****ual abuse are more often perpetrated by men. Abusers may aim to avoid household c****s or exercise total control of family finances. Abusers can be...
- pedophiles from committing child ****ual abuse, or on keeping child ****ual abusers from committing child ****ual abuse again. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)...
- for children who have been abused to become child abusers themselves. In the U.S. in 2013, of the 294,000 reported child abuse cases only 81,124 received...
- behavior is only supported when the victim of the abuse aims to please their abuser. Many abusers are able to control their victims in a mani****tive...
- however, introducing concrete measures either to prosecute abusers or to help victims. The ****ual abuse of children under the age of consent by priests has received...
- alcohol abusers, with 1 in 4 suicides in adolescents being related to alcohol abuse. In the US, approximately 30% of suicides are related to alcohol abuse. Alcohol...
- failing grade. Several ****ual abuse scandals have involved abuse of religious authority and often cover-up among non-abusers, including cases in the Southern...
- that the abuser will do their best to change. During this stage the abuser may feel or claim to feel overwhelming remorse and sadness. Some abusers walk away...
- when they provide abusers with guidance and treatment option information, and offer their support to those who have been subject to abuse. Views on the influence...
- abusive or violent relationship. The following are ways that abusers may use economic abuse with other forms of domestic violence: Using physical force...
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