In bold, this is clearly a diabolical (spiritual) attack.
This is really concerning. Your children should not be feeling scared of your husband. Please read below:
Coercive control – behaviour used to control and frighten a partner. Coercive control takes many different forms. A controlling person will use a variety of tactics to make their partner do what they want. Some examples are:
- telling a partner what to wear, who to see, when to be home
- controlling finances
- limiting or controlling contact with friends and family
Intimidation – behaviour to scare a partner such as
- stand-over tactics
- driving fast, sharpening knives, smashing holes in the wall, coming close with a fist, standing close and shouting in her face
-threats to kill their partner or themselves.
Violently and constantly jealous – ‘owning’ their partner. This includes:
- not letting a partner talk to other men
- accusing a partner of cheating on them
- deciding who they will talk to and spend time with;
These signs are deadly serious. One or a cluster of these behaviours towards you could mean that you at risk of being killed.
Psychological violence to adults or children includes:
Making you feel like everything you do is wrong
Tormenting you emotionally
Constantly criticising you or your friends
Humiliating you in front of your friends
Using unsafe driving to frighten you
Damaging property/walls/possessions to scare you
Making you isolated and alone
Blaming everything on you
Threatening to take the children away or hurt them
Stalking, following, checking up on you
Harming pets to punish you
Stopping you from, or forcing you to, practice a faith or religion
Making you feel scared of what might happen next.
Everyone has the right to feel safe in their family, their relationship, their neighbourhood, at school and at work.
If some of these statements apply to you please seek proffessional help.