I agree with a fairly widespread consensus that 1) the husband should find better and less combative ways to address the problem, 2) the wife should be paying more attention to her husband and marriage, and 3) online forums are not the place for resolving concerns about your intimate relationships.
Digital abuse uses technologies like texting, social networking and beyond to bully, stalk, intimidate or harass a partner. According to a study done by the Pew Internet and American Life Project in 2010, young people between the ages of 12 and 17 send more than 100 texts a day.“It allows them to stay constantly in touch with people who are important to them,” said Amanda Lenhart, senior research specialist at Pew.In a healthy relationship, all communication is respectful, whether it’s face-to-face, on the phone or online.If both partners talk via text in an honest and open manner, it’s fine to text a lot.But it can quickly go from a few questions to 10, 20, even 100 texts per day, often centered around keeping tabs on their partner.Abusive partners can use texting as a way to stay in control of the relationship and may text constantly to make their partner feel as though they can’t be separated from their phone for fear of punishment.If you know someone who feels suffocated by their relationship in part due to texting, they may be suffering from digital abuse.We’re here to help -- text “loveis” to 22522 to speak with a peer advocate. No one but maybe a handful of truly innocent naive flyover girls has clean hands in the Swinestein affair. Its purpose is to mold public opinion into the opinions held by those who control the media, which are largely anti-White, anti-Gentile, and anti-Gods of the Copybook Headings. If media says not-A and it was A it has to retract. ” Pre-Wall: Very few aspiring actresses didn’t know that Harvey Swinestein’s potted plant audition room was an invitation to a starring role in his perversion. Even a 17-year-old Kate Beckinsale knew what was up with the Swinestein creature.