An abusive man may embellish his childhood suffering once he discovers that it helps him escape responsibility. The National District Attorney’s Association Bulletin reported a revealing study that was conducted on another group of destructive men: child sexual abusers. The researcher asked each man whether he himself had been sexually victimized as a child. A hefty 67 percent of the subjects said yes. However, the researcher then informed the men that he was going to hook them up to a lie-detector test and ask them the same questions again. Affirmative answers suddenly dropped to only 29 percent. In other words, abusers of all varieties tend to realize the mileage they can get out of saying, ‘I’m abusive because the same thing was done to me.’

babefield:

*is up to something*

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strictlyhayley:

"I know it’s been a tough winter
I know ‘cause I’ve been freezin’ too
Hold tight and bundle up baby,
next spring I’ll be coming for you

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toxicwinner:

literally you have to weed your way through the male species like a huge crowd of uglies w a glimpse of a pretty face every now and then that disappears right after you see it and you look for it and you’re getting bruised and dehydrated and you find it and its wearing a smosh tshirt

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blueruins:

Teresa Graves in Old Drac (1975)
excdus:

Occupied
Mark Whalen

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