Openly used abuse techniques common for Cluster B people i.e. individuals with socially aggressive even often violent personality can cause physical health problems for their victims by creating a complex Ambient abuse environment.
People who by nature behave like humanists as well as highly sensitive and emotionally intelligent people are the most common victims i.e. targets for social abuse. Other people who are also likely targets are those of lesser social power or influence. Living in a home where abuse is dominant means decline in health and inclination to self-suffering.
The victim’s self-identity to suffer is caused by being said that the problem lies in him even though his reactions to abuse are ways that are emotionally intelligent and physically adequate. If a person feels uncertain of his exaggerated reaction to abuse or of being worried about being lied to, conned , cheated on, beaten or sexually abused etc. he is actually experiencing symptoms of C-PTSD i.e. complex post traumatic stress disorder.
There are also chances that the person may be developing a form of Stockholm Syndrome. This is a result of the trauma bonding with the Abuser. When such bonding forms , the human inevitably does some things.
Firstly, healthy and sane people trust their own eyes and ears. If you find yourself in a situation when your partner cheats and they blame you for that or convince you that they love you in their own special way or that being physically attacked is for your own good, and you believe them, then seriously, you are already experiencing adrenal fatique leading to stronger forms of persuasive social anxiety.
Mayo Clinic complied the following list of anxiety disorder types by describing many of the most common conditions:
• Agoraphobia – an anxiety disorder in which you are scared of places and situations which cause you to panic and make you feel helpless, ashamed or trapped.
• Anxiety disorder as a result of medical condition – the common symptoms are intense anxiety and panic directly caused by a physical health problem.
• Panic disorder – characterized with repeated episodes of sudden feelings of intense anxiety that reach their height in minutes. The person may be feeling shortness of breath, chest pain, fast pounding of the heart. These are also known as panic attacks and may lead to the above mentioned agoraphobia.
• Generalized anxiety disorder – constant and extreme anxiety or worry about activities even though some are ordinary every day routines. This worry is limitless and exaggerated compared to the actual situation. It is very difficult to control it and therefore, it affects the person physically. It is often accompanied by depression or other anxiety disorders.
• Separation anxiety disorder – a childhood disorder related to separation from parents which features anxiety that is excessive for the child’s level of development.
• Selective mutism – children who are unable to speak in social situations such as school although they do not manifest any verbal issues at home and normally speak with the family members.
• Social anxiety disorder or also known as social phobia – characterized with high levels of anxiety, fear and avoiding social situations because of self-consciousness and embarrassment, because of fear and concern about how others will see you or negatively judge you.
• Substance-induced anxiety disorder – manifestation of intense anxiety and panic which are direct result of drugs, medications or toxic substance exposure.
• Specific phobias – major anxiety symptoms when exposed to specific situation or object desiring to avoid them.
• Other specified and unspecified anxiety disorders – terms used for phobias that are equally important but do not meet the exact criteria for other anxiety disorders.
People who enjoy abusing are huge fans of telling their victims that they are emotionally, socially and intellectually deficient. However, when they are caught or confronted regarding their behavior they play the role of the victim and again they enjoy doing that.
Extreme personality disorders create social predators who enjoy harming and dominating other people. They constantly want obedience from their sub-servants claiming ownership of them and regularly tormenting them both emotionally and mentally.
Being aware listener i.e. being well educated in spotting the warning signs i.e. the verbal abuse, the mind control tactics, can save people from getting trapped in the circle of narcissistic abuse by knowing that something is not right.
If the target person succumbs to reverse projecting and believes that all human beings together with Cluster B people have the same essential values then that is an alarm for a mind in trouble. People who are good in their heart and mind but are constantly faced with attacks by bullies or manipulators who expose them to physical, sexual, financial, verbal abuse should know that they are not alone.
They should know that by suspecting of being surrounded by mean people can negatively affect their health. It can lead to neurological damages which may be life-threatening . Very often healthcare workers realize that the patients show physical signs of complex psychological burden caused by constant exposure to Narcissistic Abuse and they offer their aid or social support.
And even though in such situations the abuser’s rage may tend to socially isolate their victims thus making them more vulnerable, all people especially healthcare workers should not passively choose to stay out of such situations but instead strive to put an end to this modern health crisis.