Intimidation and Threats

  • Published: Saturday, 07 September 2019 23:11

Intimidation and Threats

The primary function of intimidation and threats is to instill fear and insure compliance. Has or does your partner:

  • put you in fear through looks, gestures or actions
  • smashed things
  • destroyed things of value to you
  • injured or killed pets to frighten you
  • threatened to hurt/kill someone you love
  • displayed weapons in a threatening way
  • cleaned weapons immediately after or during a threatening argument
  • threatened to leave you or commit suicide
  • made you commit illegal acts
  • threatened to report illegal acts or report you to welfare or child abuse investigators
  • said he’ll/she’ll never let you leave him