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-Warning Signs of an Abuser

-In the Mind of the Abuser

-Patterns of Emotional Abuse

-Patterns of Physical Abuse

-Patterns of Sexual Abuse

-Social Supports for Abuse

-A Comparison of the Cycles of
Violence

-The Cycle of Domestic Violence

-Domestic Violence And Pregnancy

-How Survivors Cope

-Co-Dependent or Abused

-The Separation Cycle

-Words Are Powerful

-Is He Really Going To Change This
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-Safety
While the majority of survivors
are women, men can also be
victims. For the sake of
simplicity, we refer to the
victim/survivor as “she” and the
perpetrator/abuser as “he”
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victim/survivor as “she” and the
perpetrator/abuser as “he”
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Patterns of Sexual Abuse

Abusers often use sexual assaults and/or harassment as a tool against their partner. It can be difficult
for victims and survivors of sexual assault to discuss this form of abuse. Mid-Valley Women’s Crisis
Service encourages survivors and their supporters to become aware of the patterns of sexual abuse.

The following is a list of sexually abusive behaviors:
•Abuser jokes about women and sex in the presence of the victim
•Looks on women as sex objects
•Pretends to be extremely jealous
•Minimizes the victim’s feelings and needs regarding sex
•Criticizes the victim in sexual terms
•Touches the victim against the victim’s wishes (molestation)
•Withholds sex and affection
•Attaches sexual labels to the victim: “slut”, “whore”, “frigid”
•Always demands sex
•Forces the victim to undress as a form of humiliation (this may be in front of the children in the home)
•Abuser is promiscuous with others
•Forces the victim to witness his sexual acts with others
•Uses threats to back up his demands for sex
•Forces the victim to have sex with him or others
•Forces sex after beating the victim
•Abuser uses objects and/or weapons in sexual acts
•Sadism, mutilation
•Murder
There are husbands, that have RAPE and SEXUAL ABUSE their wives.
















Sexual assault is never the fault of the victim. The only person that bears blame is the perpetrator
who made the decision to harm someone else. Often when someone hears the term sexual assault
they think of a rapist violently attacking a lone woman in an alley or parking lot. While this can
happen, the majority of rapes are perpetrated by someone known to the victim.

Take time to educate yourself about this important topic.