Some say I'm interesting.
This is a Haiku.
One of the most common misconceptions about abuse out there is that the abuser simply “loses control”. Well let me ask you this, if the individual in question really loses control then why does he only attack people whom he can most likely get away with attacking? Perhaps he beats his wife. Maybe he beats his children. There’s a chance his abuse could be purely verbal and he just screams insults at his children or spouse. He destroys the property of those previously mentioned individuals. He deliberately attacks those weaker than him. If he truly loses control, why does he never physically assault his boss at work? Why does he never lose and strike a police officer like he might to his children? Why does he never destroy his own possessions? Because he doesn’t lose control; He knows well what he is doing and the “loss of control” is simply an excuse that is applied as to avoid dealing with the abuse at hand.