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Abuse is about subjugating the needs of the other over those of the perpetrator or enforcing the wishes of the perpetrator over others however good intentioned By Psychotherapist Mertha Mo Nyamande Abuse is almost synonymous with all mental health issues, largely due to the vulnerability of the individual sufferer as well as those that are affected by their illness. There is however a fine line between being the victim or the perpetrator when it comes to the issues of mental health as the cycle can be so extensive that it can be difficult to tell where one ends and the other begins. These are particularly commonplace in the personality disorder types - when the individual identifies with their disorder, ie the antisocial types where one believes that violence is the only way to resolve differences, or the anxious types that believe their anxiety is just who they are, than a disorder. “It is just the way I am, or it is who she is” While abuse comes in different forms; physical (violence;