約克。慈善機構為家庭虐待者舉辦講座

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約克。慈善機構為家庭虐待者舉辦講座

一位因其對家人的行為而被趕出家門的施暴丈夫讚揚了一個幫助他解決其行為的方案。

大衛(不是他的真名)說,在他開始參加英國基金會在約克舉辦的課程之前,他經常 "不必要地橫眉冷對",讓他的家人 "如履薄冰"。

他分享了他的故事,因為該慈善機構警告說,在世界盃期間,家庭虐待的報告可能會激增。

為了保護他和他的家人,大衛匿名對BBC說,在參加這些課程後,他對 "我讓我的家人所經歷的一切感到難過,當我看到我讓我妻子的感受時,我感到很不舒服"。

他說。"如果事情沒有按照我希望的方式發生,我就會感到沮喪。

他說:"如果事情沒有按照我希望的方式進行,我就會感到沮喪。"[我]會在言語上有攻擊性,然後,有時,如果[我的妻子]超過預期的時間外出,我會給她發信息,[並且]在她回來之前不會睡覺。

"我最不想做的事情是控制或脅迫--但我陷入其中,我猜是出於不安全的因素,"他告訴BBC Look North。

英國基金會發展和創新部主任辛妮-克雷根(Sinead Cregan)說,在足球比賽期間,家庭虐待的報告往往會增加,因為英格蘭周一啟動了他們的世界盃競標。

"她說:"在上一屆世界盃期間,家庭虐待事件增加了38%,而這只是英格蘭隊在比賽的事實--這與他們是輸是贏無關。

大衛說,這個節目讓他想到 "對其他人來說,這看起來和感覺是什麼?"。

"他們是否因我的行為而感到威脅? - 如果是這樣,那肯定是不行的,"他補充說。


An abusive husband thrown out of home over his behaviour towards his family has praised a programme which helped him address his actions.

David - not his real name - said he was often "unnecessarily cross" leaving his family "treading on eggshells" before he began attending sessions run by Foundation UK in York.

He shared his story as the charity warned of a possible spike in reports of domestic abuse during the World Cup.

Speaking to the BBC anonymously to protect him and his family, David said after attending the sessions he felt sad about "what I put my family through and I feel uncomfortable when I see how I made my wife feel".

He said: "I would get frustrated if things weren't happening in the way I wanted them to.

"[I would] get verbally aggressive and then, at times, if [my wife] was out past the time that was expected, I would message her [and] wouldn't go to sleep until she came back.

"The last thing I ever wanted to do was be controlling or coercive - but I fell into it out of, I guess, an element of insecurity," he told BBC Look North.

As England launched their World Cup bid on Monday, Sinead Cregan, director of development and innovation at Foundation UK, said reports of domestic abuse tended to increase during football tournaments.

"During the previous World Cup cup incidents of domestic abuse rose by 38%, and that was just the fact that England were playing - it wasn't related to whether they lost or won," she said.

David said the programme made him think "what does this look and feel like to someone else?".

"Do they feel threatened by my behaviour? - if so, that's certainly not ok," he added.

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