Take The Verbal Abuse Test
The Verbal Abuse Test is designed to help individuals determine if they are in a verbally abusive relationship.
Verbal Abuse Test
No email required. Immediate results. Private and Confidential.
15 easy to answer questions and Choose your answer.
Verbal Abuse Test Score… what it means to you… and what you should do next
Hi, this is couple therapist Abe Kass, MA RSW RMFT. Let’s review your, Verbal Abuse Test Score. Keeping in mind Your Score, scroll down until you find the range for your score. Then read what your ‘results’ mean.
0-2 points. Your relationship does not have a problem with verbal abuse. Make sure it stays that way.
If verbal abuse starts to develop, get self-help books and products, or professional help to keep verbal abuse out of your family.
3-6 points. You are reporting some verbal abuse. You and your partner will benefit from learning how to speak respectfully with one another.
Doing nothing will likely lead to increased verbal abuse and additional relationship harm.
I recommend you acquire self-help books and products or professional assistance to eliminate the harmful verbal abuse in your relationship and to prevent it from getting worse.
7-10 points. Your partner is manifesting high levels of verbal abuse. The verbal abuse you have already experienced has injured you and your relationship, and without strong intervention, it will likely worsen.
I recommend that you get some self-help products to learn how to protect yourself, and if possible influence your partner to behave respectfully toward you.
Each day the verbal abuse continues, the more difficult it will be to correct and reverse the emotional injuries.
11 or more points. You are being verbally assaulted by your partner. The higher your score is above 11 points, the more verbal abuse you are suffering from, and the greater your emotional injuries.
Get self-help and professional help NOW to protect yourself.
Your situation may become so bad and so chronic that your self-esteem and self-worth may be seriously injured, possibly leading to anxiety and depression.
You need to take emergency action now to end the verbal abuse!
No one deserves to be abused, and abuse can never be justified. Respect is a human right.
It is up to you to take the necessary steps to end the abuse. Reach out for help.
Get professional help from qualified therapists.
Here are listings of fully trained and qualified relationship specialists:
Are You a Victim of Verbal Abuse?
If the Verbal Abuse Test determines that you are experiencing emotional and verbal abuse, you need to take action to stop being abused.
Know your verbal abuser CAN change for the better IF he or she wants to.
However, you must start the process to stop the abuse.
You do this when you take the position that you will no longer accept being verbally abused, that your relationship is conditional—that your partner speaks to you respectfully.
If you are in a verbally abusive relationship, you need to reclaim your human right to be treated with dignity, respect, and equality.
Are you a victim of domestic violence or physical abuse? If yes, learn more about physical abuse and assault.
National Domestic Violence Hotline and other Abuse Resource Centers
The National Domestic Violence Hotline offers a free PDF download of its services:
The National Domestic Violence Hotline PDF