Domestic Abuse Screening Questionnaire

This questionnaire is adapted from "Take This Test" on Dr. Susan Weitzman's website, Not to People Like Us, which examines domestic violence in upscale marriages. There is a parallel between domestic abuse in upscale marriages and in the Assemblies due to the similar narcissistic profile of the abusers.


Do you. . .?

If you have answered "yes" to three or more of these questions, be diligent. You may be at the beginning of the path of domestic abuse.

Does your spouse. . .?

These are methods of intimidation.

Escalation. . .?

If intimidation no longer works to control you, your spouse will gradually escalate to physical violence.

If you have said "yes" to one or more of these, you should be strongly concerned with the possibility that you are being abused. Without question, it would be prudent for you to seek professional assistance from someone trained in handling domestic abuse.

Other Potential Indicators of Domestic Abuse

Do You. . .?

Does Your Spouse. . .?

Carefully evaluate your answers to these questions, and become informed on this issue.

Above all. . . If you think you or your loved ones may be in danger, get help or consult a professional immediately. SAFETY FIRST - IT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE!

Assembly wives were purposefully trained to believe that many of the behaviors listed above are okay, even godly and necessary. Keep in mind that the three individuals most responsible for the twisted Assembly teaching on marriage - George, Betty and David Geftakys - were supporting a hidden agenda to cover up David's ongoing domestic violence.

Please read the following articles for clarification on the scriptural view of marriage:

A Real Marriage by Jeff VanVonderen
Christian Husbands by Warren Doud
Mature Husbands and Fathers based on a book by Mark Bryan. 

For further reading on domestic abuse, see:

Verbal Abuse Part 1: What Is It?
Verbal Abuse Part 2: What Can You Do About It?
Verbal Abuse Part 3: Is There More to It?

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