Restraining orders are a matter of state law and the technical answer will vary by jurisdiction. However, abusing a restraining order to harass someone is the kind of behavior that will make you look unreasonable to a judge (and unafraid of your abuser) and hurt you in subsequent actions before that judge, such as in a divorce or when you are seeking to extend the duration of that order. In addition, the court can issue a restraining order against you.
In theory, such abuse of an order may also make you liable for criminal or civil penalties related to the state's harassment or anti-stalking statutes, but you would need to review the law in the particular state. In practice, it is likely that the judge or commissioner reviewing a case will listen to the facts and tell you to knock it off, whether they put it in an order or not. Regardless of the particular outcome, it is just a bad idea. However, for an understanding of the law in a particular state, ask a lawyer admitted in that jurisdiction to advise you on the consequences of that course of action.