Joss Abuse

Joss Abuse

“No,” said Sarah as she put her shoes on while making a face that made it seem she wanted to say yes. “I just think it’s funny you think that suit is appropriate for a wedding.”

You can’t abuse a aligator.

What abuse can a human use that a dog can't ?
Son of a bitch
A judge is hearing a child abuse case...
The mother was found guilty and the judge had decided that the boy would go to live with his estranged father.

His dad goes to the old lad...
How many substance abuse counselors does it take to change a lightbulb?
One, but the lightbulb has to want to change.

My wife wanted to make a joke about domestic abuse...
But i beat her to it.

°The pope called child abuse “poop” in Ireland
Something that happens directly under him, everyday, that he tries to flush down the toilet, so that no one sniffs it out.
My brother broke down crying and told me about how he was abused by a priest when we were kids.
It was a very touching story.

Several studies have shown that children who are verbally abused either at home or by their peers at school are at a higher risk for depression and anxiety as adults.

This is a way of blocking your opinions, denying your reality and shutting down the conversation.
Makes Threats

If you say something about the abuse disguised as a joke in front of other people, your abuser will likely either give you a hug and say he didn’t mean it or look at you like you’re crazy (discounting your reaction). After all, abusers need to make sure other people believe you are overly emotional so their stories and lies about you will stick.

    I should have paid attention to the first time Dr. Dirtbag ridiculed me about my weight. We were eating dinner in front of the TV and out-of-the-clear-blue-yonder, he said, “Ya know, the reason fat people are fat is they don’t know when to stop eating. Your plate is so clean when you get I through eating I don’t even have to wash it.”

Discounting.
Discounting is an attempt to deny that the victim of the abuse has any right to his or her thoughts or feelings. It may come out as criticism—but criticism of a particular kind. The abuser may tell the victim on a regular basis that he or she is too sensitive, too childish, has no sense of humor, or tends to make a big deal out of nothing. The abuser thereby denies the victim’s inner reality, indirectly telling a partner that how they feel and what they experience are wrong.
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Joss Abuse: You can’t abuse a aligator. After all, abusers need to make sure other people believe you are overly emotional so their stories and lies about you will stick. My wife wanted to make a joke about domestic abuse...


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