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Sims 4 D.V.S Trait: How to Survive and Heal from Domestic Violence



- Step 2: Extract the files and place them in your Mods folder. - Step 3: Enable script mods and custom content in your game settings. H2: How to Give Your Sim the Abusive Trait - Step 1: Create a new sim or edit an existing one. - Step 2: Go to the personality tab and select the abusive trait from the list. - Step 3: Customize your sim's appearance, voice, and other traits as you wish. H2: What Does the Abusive Trait Do? - The effects of the abusive trait on your sim's mood, relationships, and interactions. - The types of buffs and whims that your sim will experience with the abusive trait. - The social interactions that your sim can perform with the abusive trait. H2: How to Deal with an Abusive Sim - The challenges and risks of having an abusive sim in your household or neighborhood. - The ways to cope with or escape from an abusive relationship in the game. - The resources and support that your sim can access in case of abuse. H2: How to Remove the Abusive Trait - Step 1: Use cheats or mods to access the cas.fulleditmode command. - Step 2: Change your sim's trait to something else or remove it completely. - Step 3: Save your game and enjoy playing without the abusive trait. H1: Conclusion - A summary of the main points of the article and a call to action for the readers. H2: FAQs - A list of five frequently asked questions and answers about the abusive trait mod. # Article with HTML formatting Sims 4 Abusive Trait: What Is It and How to Use It




If you're looking for a way to spice up your gameplay with some drama and realism, you might be interested in trying out the abusive trait mod for Sims 4. This mod, created by Muva on Patreon, adds a new personality trait that makes your sim behave in a romantically abusive way towards their partners and other sims. In this article, we'll explain what this mod does, how to install it, how to use it, and how to deal with it.




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How to Install the Abusive Trait Mod




The first thing you need to do is download the mod from Muva's Patreon page. You'll need to be a patron to access this mod, as well as other exclusive content from this creator. Once you've downloaded the mod, follow these steps:



  • Extract the files from the zip folder and place them in your Mods folder, which is usually located in Documents > Electronic Arts > The Sims 4.



  • Launch your game and go to the settings menu. Make sure you enable script mods and custom content under the "Other" tab.



  • Restart your game and check if the mod is working properly.



How to Give Your Sim the Abusive Trait




Once you've installed the mod, you can give your sim the abusive trait by following these steps:



  • Create a new sim or edit an existing one in Create a Sim mode.



  • Go to the personality tab and select the abusive trait from the list of traits. You can find it under the "Lifestyle" category.



  • Customize your sim's appearance, voice, and other traits as you wish.



Note that you can only give this trait to young adult, adult, or elder sims. Also, be careful when choosing other traits for your sim, as some of them might conflict with or override the effects of the abusive trait.


What Does the Abusive Trait Do?




The abusive trait has a significant impact on your sim's mood, relationships, and interactions. Here are some of the things that this trait does:



  • Your sim will have a lower romantic relationship decay rate, meaning that their romantic partners will stay loyal to them longer even if they treat them badly.



  • Your sim will experience various buffs and whims related to their abusive behavior, such as feeling angry, jealous, insecure, manipulative, or violent.



  • Your sim will be able to perform social interactions that reflect their abusive nature, such as threatening to harm their partner, accusing them of cheating, isolating them from their friends and family, or forcing them to do things they don't want to do.



The mod includes 20 buffs, 15 whims, and 3 social interactions for the abusive trait. Some examples of these are:



BuffDescription


Romantically AbusiveYour sim is feeling confident after being romantically abusive towards their partner.


Misery Loves CompanyYour sim is feeling happy after making their partner miserable.


PSTD From ShoutingYour sim is feeling tense after being shouted at by their partner.


Venting About Past RelationshipYour sim is feeling relieved after venting about their past relationship with someone who understands.


Writing In JournalYour sim is feeling inspired after writing about their feelings in their journal.



WhimDescription


Become ConfidentYour sim wants to become confident by being romantically abusive towards their partner.


Become AngryYour sim wants to become angry by accusing their partner of cheating.


Become FlirtyYour sim wants to become flirty by forcing their partner to do something they don't want to do.


Vent To SomeoneYour sim wants to vent to someone about their past relationship.


Write In JournalYour sim wants to write in their journal about their feelings.



Social InteractionDescription


Threaten To Harm PartnerYour sim can threaten to harm their partner if they don't do what they want.


Accuse Of CheatingYour sim can accuse their partner of cheating on them without any evidence.


Isolate From Friends And FamilyYour sim can isolate their partner from their friends and family by making them feel guilty or insecure.


How to Deal with an Abusive Sim




Having an abusive sim in your household or neighborhood can be challenging and risky. Here are some of the things you need to consider when dealing with an abusive sim:



  • Your sim's mental and physical health might suffer from being in an abusive relationship. They might develop low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, or even suicidal thoughts. They might also get injured or killed by their partner's violence.



  • Your sim's social life might be affected by being in an abusive relationship. They might lose contact with their friends and family, miss out on opportunities, or face stigma and judgment from others.



  • Your sim might have a hard time leaving an abusive relationship. They might feel trapped, scared, dependent, or hopeful that things will change for the better.



If you want to cope with or escape from an abusive relationship in the game, here are some of the things you can do: