For example, someone with anger management issues, a diagnosis of intermittent explosive disorder, or a drinking or drug problem may easily get out of control during arguments (e.g., because there is something wrong with their ability to inhibit themselves at the brain level) and verbally or physically strike out at their partners and dependents.Still other people who abuse end up abusing because they have an empathy deficit, either because of some sort of brain damage, or because they were so abused themselves as children that their innate empathic abilities never developed properly.Such abusers cannot or will not relate to other people as people, choosing instead to treat them as objects. They treat people as though they were there solely for their convenience and do not otherwise have an independent, important life.Abusers who treat people in this manner are very likely psychologically ill, and possibly medically ill as well.In a statement, Price said that he "regret[s] the concerns that [his official travel] has raised regarding the use of taxpayer dollars" and that he "will write a personal check to the U. Treasury for the expenses of my travel on private charter planes." "The taxpayers won't pay a dime for my seat on those planes,” said Price.The source with knowledge of Price's intentions said that the secretary will pay ,887.31, about 13 percent of the 0,000 that Politico estimated was spent on as many as 26 chartered flights.
"All of my political career I've fought for the taxpayers," said Price in his statement.
That they hurt others in the process may go unregistered or only occur as a dim part of their awareness.
Abusive behavior can also result from mental health issues or disorders.
"It is clear to me that in this case, I was not sensitive enough to my concern for the taxpayer.
I know as well as anyone that the American people want to know that their hard-earned dollars are being spent wisely by government officials.