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Why do men have to abuse and humiliate the women that they say they love?

  1. annb106 profile image58
    annb106posted 8 years ago

    Why do men have to abuse and humiliate the women that they say they love?

  2. Mr. Happy profile image82
    Mr. Happyposted 8 years ago

    Those are the stupid ones. Pay no attention to them and/or suggest to such men that they need some lessons in etiquette and ethics. Manners ,,, where have they all gone ...

  3. landthatilove profile image54
    landthatiloveposted 8 years ago

    control baby control. These types of men and or women feel inferior and need to control to make them feel safe. They fear losing someone and will believe that their woman is doing bad things that they either do or think of doing so they are constantly jealous and accusing. I know I was in a relationship like that it was pure Hell! The accusing and threats and stalking got him the opposite of what he was desiring. I got as far away from him as i could and never spoke to him again afterwords.

  4. Azizi527 profile image60
    Azizi527posted 8 years ago

    They may have issues stemming from their childhood, or bad previous relationships.  Maybe woman reflect his mother or was taught by his father that is how women should be treated.  Maybe they don't know no better. There are alot of factors that can play a big part in this role, Explore, what kind of childhood he had and what it was like growing up. Investigate you may find some answers other than he's just a fool.

  5. stricktlydating profile image82
    stricktlydatingposted 8 years ago

    Men who do this have something wrong with them! Usually some phychological problem. There is no point in the woman staying with a man who can say he loves her and then go on to abuse her.  This is a time when love does not matter, because it cannot make up for the abuse.  Us woman shouldn't even search to find out why he does it - we cannot solve HIS problem.  We should just run!

  6. independentwriter profile image61
    independentwriterposted 7 years ago

    They were abused and humiliated by the ones they loved and thought would protect them.  The lash out at there wives because they have displaced there anger toward their mothers for allowing them to be abused.  It's a nasty cycle and it's one that needs to be broken.

  7. heleineoman profile image59
    heleineomanposted 6 years ago

    Because it wasn't love! Their relationship may have started with physical attractions. There's actually no love at all. They started with "falling in love" which is supposed to be "going up in love".

  8. NewsOnline23 profile image59
    NewsOnline23posted 8 months ago

    Its a psychological problem, Men who abuse women they love ,have seen their mothers being abused.
    It is a vicious circle.this condition need counseling.
    All humans should be respected.

 
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