abuse (oneself)

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abuse (oneself)

To masturbate. A: "Why is he all embarrassed today?" B: "Oh, his crush walked in on him abusing himself. How horrifying is that?"
See also: abuse

abuse oneself

To masturbate.
See also: abuse
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The abuser might be a victim of child abuse themselves and act in this manner in order to try to cope with his past trauma and not thinking straight and may be mentally challenged.
We recognise that many women in the criminal justice system are victims of domestic and sexual abuse themselves and are confident this investment in specialist services will benefit those women as well as wider society.
He added the conversations and counsel, from experts on child protection and survivors of clergy sexual abuse themselves, gave him "direction and consensus" that the church could deliver on pledges to establish greater accountability for bishops, both in cases of misconduct and mishandling abuse allegations, and to uncover how ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, accused of sexual misconduct with seminarians and adult priests, rose through the clerical ranks.
Violence in the home affects everyone within the household, whether or not family members are the targeted victims of abuse themselves. And the effects of domestic violence can extend well beyond the home, to neighbors, family, friends, coworkers, and the community as a whole.
"I hope that while raising awareness about domestic violence and abuse, the piece will empower people to speak out if they have experienced abuse themselves or to feel able to support their families and friends to do so.
We've seen Labour MPs support Jewish colleagues who have been victims of abuse, and speak out against racism even though they know they may become targets for abuse themselves. Many left-wing activists, journalists and politicians have faced up to the problem, even though it means admitting the party they support is at fault.
A Paisley maths teacher ordered youngsters to strip and sexually abuse themselves using a perverted online video game.
One-fourth of caregivers polled in the study said they discovered the abuse themselves or from someone other than the senior they care for.
Nonetheless, earlier attempts with agents that act directly on striatal dopamine receptors were either ineffective or had high potential for abuse themselves. Along with a deeper understanding of the Daedalean interactions between dopamine and other neurotransmitters, such as glutamate and gamma-aminobutyric acid, (10) many new compounds that bind to non-dopamine or atypical dopamine sites have recently been developed.
It also increases their risk of suicide and self harm and of becoming a victim or a perpetrator of domestic abuse themselves.
The Government's new coercive or controlling behaviour offence covers psychological abuse and emotional and financial control, and has been welcomed by Northumbria and Durham police forces and victims of domestic abuse themselves.
She is visiting the Coolmine Therapeutic Community addiction service in Dublin to highlight that children exposed to drug taking develop behavioural problems that often lead to them quitting school or engaging in crime or substance abuse themselves at a young age.
"These children may well have experienced very severe trauma and abuse themselves. That kind of behaviour won't just have come out of nowhere.