Fury is an intense and uncontrollable state of anger or rage. It involves an overwhelming emotional response, often characterized by extreme agitation and a desire for retaliation or destruction. Fury can lead to impulsive and aggressive behaviors, causing harm to oneself or others, and requires healthy coping strategies for resolution.

In the cycle of narcissistic abuse, the abuser may use fury as a manipulative tactic to exert control and instill fear in their victim. They might display intense fits of rage, aggression, or verbal abuse, creating a threatening and unsafe environment. By unleashing fury, the abuser aims to intimidate the victim, making them feel powerless and dependent on the abuser’s unpredictable emotions. This cycle of fear and manipulation can further entrap the victim in the abusive relationship, leading to emotional trauma and difficulty in seeking help or escape.

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