Abuse can be categorized by two elements. These two elements are divided by their behavioral characteristics, as controlled and non-controlled abuse. Abuse that can be controlled is relinquished through one’s choice to display physical, verbal, and emotional abusive behavioral characteristics unto another individual. Controlled abuse occurs when an individual makes a decision to display these characteristic behaviors for various personal reasons often without remorse or logical concern for their harmful effects. A small excerpt from, The Difference From The Rich & Poor:Their Secrets To Inner Happiness- By: Dominique Mahon
It’s an unnerving trend to see the rate of abuse greatly rising around the world. This is not something that can be categorized amongst races, continents, or specific genders anymore. The rate of abuse that is either inflicted onto an individual or rendered by another individual is drastically increasing all around the world. Human society no longer has any remorse for their actions and often times seem to react before thinking. The logic beyond this rapidly growing trend is rather alarming and inexcusable.
Taking the perspective of the above quote from my book, when you look at abuse it can be used to assess the rate of increased violence that’s happening around the world. When an individual considers committing a crime; whether for revenge or hate their mental perception for committing the specific crime can be viewed as an act of abuse onto another individual. No matter the purpose or intention for committing the crime, they have made a decision to display an act of violence that renders a form of abuse onto their intended targets and everyone else within the vicinity of which the crime has occurred including the families. Many of these crimes are senseless crimes, without any logical reasoning or remorse from the individual(s) that have committed the crimes and acts of abuse.
When society overshadows the rate of crimes occurring around the world, no one ever looks at the more defined principles of abuse their crimes have inflicted unto the hurt and abused. The behavioral characteristic at which are displayed is only looked at in the sense of a crime, but the crime has more meaning than simply the act that was rendered. The act that was rendered has harmful effects amongst the affected and the non-affected. These inconsiderate acts affect the families of all involved parties, the neighborhood in which the crimes have occurred, and the effects of society as a whole. The result of the crimes leaves many to question their reasoning and what punishment “the law” sees fit for the abuser. Although, it is often ignored how others are affected by one’s crime and the harmful effects that are endured by them.
Looking at the rate of crimes occurring around the world, let’s take a moment to dwell on the rate at which an individual in the NFL has been accused of committing a crime of hate or lack of remorse. Over the last few weeks, there have been alarming stories spurring around in the media of an arrest of a player on the weekly basis. From acts of murder too acts of abuse, these crimes are senseless, as well as the logical reasoning for committing the acts.
The senseless random shootings around the world are another area in which the rate of violent acts has risen without serious justification.
If we take a moment to look how much society has changed with the ever rapid rate of crimes being committed around the world, there are countries fighting for the right to carry a concealed weapon (more particularly the United States). As a method to protect them from the inevitable, as considered the last result to serve and protect themselves and their families. While we have the right to bear arms and defend what is naturally ours, no one should have to live in fear. No one should live in fear of being abused the moment they walk out of their front doors, or in the privacy of their own homes. Society needs to realize that the effects of abuse leave undesirable scars.