The Watchtower of Destruction: The Ferrett's Journal - Why Satisfying Is Not Often Smart
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Why Satisfying Is Not Often Smart|
|Date:||February 13th, 2012 08:04 pm (UTC)|| |
I'm not stretching it. I'm not saying that he IS an abuser -- I'm saying that this is what an abuser looks like. He may NOT be an abuser. He might be a fine person.
But that's not the way to bet.
In any case, there's a real difference between "getting pissed and smashing things", which I've done, too, although not for years, and "printing out your daughter's email, setting up a video camera, filming everything, and deliberately shooting the computer."
Losing your temper and smashing something? Sure, I can see that. And plenty of us can do that, but have complete blocks against hurting PEOPLE when we lose our tempers.
But this is something very, very different.