Sometimes, a person’s anger can get out of control and cause them to want to lash out at another.
If you’ve ever felt angry enough to hit a girl, then you aren’t alone.
Almost everyone has felt angry enough to want to hit a girl (or a guy) at some time or another, but many people think before they react and wonder if it’s illegal to hit a girl.
Yes, it is illegal to hit a girl or any other person, because this is considered assault and battery, which is a punishable crime in a court of law.
Just because you become angry at a girl doesn’t mean that you can just hit her.
However, if you are attacked by a girl, you have the right to retaliate in self-defense, and you can even press charges if you desire to.
The average sentence for being convicted of assault and battery in the United States can vary, depending on whether it’s a person’s first offense.
If it’s a person’s first offense, then they could face a $500 fine, up to 93 days in jail, and even probation.
However, if the person has been convicted of this or a similar violent crime in the past, then the sentence will likely be much steeper, depending on the judge.
If a girl hits a guy first, he can legally defend himself, but if the girl is much smaller than the guy, he could possibly be charged with battery even if she initiated it.
If the guy can, he should get away from the girl and report the incident rather than hit the girl back.
It can sometimes be difficult for a guy to extract himself from a situation in which a girl is physically attacking him, but again, it’s best not to hit her back because the girl could always lie and tell the police that the guy hit her first.
If someone is very angry with someone and feels like hitting or slapping them, they should refrain from doing so.
There are many alternatives that the person could do instead, so he or she won’t face the possibility of going to jail.
First of all, the person could immediately leave home or wherever else he or she may be in order to give themselves time to cool down, or they could go into another room and lock the door.
If a guy hits a girl, then she should call the police.
However, if a girl is hit by a guy and she calls the police but informs them that she doesn’t want to press charges, then the guy will not go to jail.
Even if she doesn’t press charges, it’s good to inform the police so that there is a record of the incident. This could come in handy if hitting women is a repeat offense for this man.
If she does the opposite and decides to press charges, then the guy will likely be arrested on the spot and remain in jail until he posts bail.
Many couples have a difficult time getting along, and arguments and disagreements can sometimes escalate to the point where one or both parties end up physically lashing out towards the other.
Once a fight becomes physical, either one of the two people involved in the disagreement will typically end up calling the police or another household member.
These situations often involve one or both people being under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
Usually, once a man has been physically abusive to women, he will likely continue to hit women in the future.
So, if a woman meets a man and falls for him but finds out he has been arrested in the past for assault on a female, she should break things off.
However, people can change, and if he is a recovering alcoholic, for instance, then she might want to give him a chance. A man can behave in a completely different manner when he’s sober than when he’s not.
If a woman is interested in dating a guy with a prison record for committing violent crimes, she might want to think again.
Most prisons these days have the capacity to rehabilitate inmates, but many don’t.
So, when people are released from prison, they are still going to have those same violent tendencies that they had before going to prison.
Extensive research is being conducted on an ongoing basis regarding women who are attracted to dangerous men, and the results vary so far.
Some studies conducted by psychiatrists state that women are attracted to “bad boys” when they’re ovulating, but when they’re not ovulating they’re only attracted to good guys, which insinuates that this attraction is hormone-related.
Other studies report that these women are simply rebelling against the fact that they’re expected to be “good girls,” but they don’t always want to be, so there is no one explanation for women’s fascination with dangerous men.
Every woman who remains in an abusive marriage or relationship does so for a different reason, and oftentimes it is for financial purposes.
In some abusive relationships, the man is the breadwinner, so if the woman leaves him, then she faces the possibility of living in a shelter or in poverty.
Other reasons that women remain in abusive relationships or marriages are because they’re afraid they may lose their children or because the man has threatened to kill them if they leave.
Yes, there is such a thing as battered husbands, but men aren’t going to easily admit that their wives are beating them.
Not all men are the macho, manly type, and many are very passive and conforming and are willing to do anything that their wife or girlfriend demands.
Many of these men allow themselves to be battered by women because they have extremely low self-esteem and because they rely on the woman for financial support.
There are many reasons why a man or woman might abuse their significant other, and one main reason is that these types of people enjoy being in control.
Abusers also frequently suffer from substance abuse addictions, which is what fuels their behavior.
Mental health issues also can’t be ruled out in some cases because schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and some other serious mental illnesses can cause volatile and aggressive behavior.
If a man loses his temper once and hits his significant other, does this mean he will become a batterer?
If a man hits his wife or girlfriend once, then there’s a very big chance that he could do it again.
Some people like the feeling that they experience when they hit their partners, while others are truly sorry and vow to never do it again.
If a woman is in a relationship with a man and he hits her unexpectedly one day, she should do whatever is necessary to ensure he doesn’t do it again, even if it means ending the relationship.
Yes, there is certainly the possibility of an abuser changing, but the abuser must realize that something is wrong and that he or she wants to change.
With extensive therapy and treatment for possible addiction and mental illness, an abuser can totally change who they are.
However, getting an abuser to realize that they need help is a challenge in most cases, and the abuser usually needs to come to that conclusion on their own.
So, if you’re ever in a situation where you feel like you want to hit a girl (or a guy) or you feel that a man wants to hit you, you should try to get yourself out of the situation as quickly as possible.
It’s not worth potentially jeopardizing your freedom by hitting anyone because you’re angry.
It is also not worth being in a relationship with a man who has the capacity to hit you, because violence never has a positive ending and it’s always best to stay as far away from it as possible.