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Many parents see a child's uncooperative behavior as a challenge to their authority.
Once we understand that uncooperative behavior is usually caused by a child's unmet need or an adult's unrealistic expectation, we don't have to take the behavior so personally.
As a child who was a "victim" of such a father I can only describe it as Emotional Abuse and Bullying: Emotional abuse is the act of belittling, ignoring, corrupting, acting cruel, condescending, ridiculing, isolating, rejecting, and scaring another person, which can lead to ultimately winning control over them.
It could come from a parent, spouse, co-worker, friend, classmate, or caregiver. An extreme example could be locking a child in a bathroom for hours as a punishment.
Some socially awkward types have the problem of being a bit too uneasy around certain types of people.
Here are the big ones: When someone is intimidated by really outgoing people it's that they're worried about having to talk to them and feeling really overwhelmed and like they won't be able to keep up or know what to say.
You then see these people as closer to your level, rather than them being on a pedestal and you feeling you're a walking example of lame, awkward unworthiness that's lucky to even be talking to them. If you know someone is mean-spirited or gossipy you're going to be on guard around them.
Though sometimes we mistakenly think that everyone who dresses or acts a certain way is going to look down on us.
You just might have scared the living daylights out of one timid guy who was easily impressed...An example of abuse that subtly builds over time could be telling a spouse they are ugly and useless repeatedly.Emotional abuse slowly eats away at a victim's self-confidence until they feel they can no longer trust the people who supposedly loves them, but possibly even themselves, as they lose their sense of self-worth.It can sometimes be outwardly displayed in a person’s behavior or it can be something completely hidden, so emotional abuse is not always easy to spot by the eyes of an outsider.Some wounds never truly heal because they are more difficult to cover.
IF, however, you were in a good mood, the sky was blue, birds were singing and butterflies were fluttering AND someone said to you that you were "intimidating and scary looking" THEN you could take a long, hard and critical look into the next available mirror... Is that the body language of a relaxed man or of some beast ready to attack?