EMOTIONAL ABUSE

 


Emotional Abuse is so wide spread yet it is invisible to most everyone around you. Everyone knows about physical abuse but rarely understand the devastation that emotional abuse has on everyone it reaches. Emotional abuse does not discriminate, it does not care what gender, age, ethnic origin, or social status a person has. Regardless of who you are the scars are just as painful, and the torment just as hard to bare. It saddens me to see just how many people are out here that are suffering so deeply, while at the same time I am glad to see that there are so many people like myself who believe we need to speak up and speak against this kind of abuse. Shutting our eyes to it is not helping anyone except the abusers. Knowledge is key to understanding the truth, and without it nothing is likely to change. I do believe that uniting together distributing as much information as we can, reaching as many people as we can, and by letting people know they really are not alone, we can help make a difference “ONE PERSON AT A TIME”. ~ sweetcardomom

SIGNS OF ABUSE

SOME OF THE DANGER SIGNS TO LOOK FOR IN A RELATIONSHIP.

JUST A FEW EXAMPLES OF WORDS USE TO KEEP

THEIR VICTIMS IN CHECK!

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I want to say Thank You to all the great authors and producers of the many awesome videos that are out there. Many I have placed here throughout this website however there are still many more that I waiting to be seen.

One of my very favorite creator/author is Mariana the Administrator Abuso Emocional – Emotional Abuse @ http://abusoemocional.ning.com
Thank You Mariana I look forward to what you will bring in the future.
Website:
http://www.abusoemocional.com/

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7 Responses to EMOTIONAL ABUSE

  1. A Fox 11 News Broadcast on Verbal Abuse CLICK FOR BROADCAST.

  2. Mario Godoy says:

    I was a victim of emotional abuse. My ex girlfriend would get annoyed at me for no possible reason and would yell at me. She would say things like I need to grow up and stop acting like a child. She would also tell me things like she loved me and adored me only to be angry with me for no possible reason the nest minute. She manipulated me. I would drop everything for her and go to her beck and call. I wasn’t allowed to call her even if I did she would be furious with me. I was walking on pins and needles well into the relationship. I thought I had found the love of my life. The sad thing is, I still love her and always will. If she were to ever call me and tell me she wants to get back together while I’m in a another relationship, I would drop everything and go back to her. Regardless of how she would treat me I thought that’s how true love was meant to be. I still love her and always will.

  3. Thank you Mario for your comment. Education is the key here to understanding what is going on inside your head and heart. I urge you to take the time to search the links through out this site, however there are many more not listed yet. I am working as hard as I can to add more links as fast as I find them so as to make it easier for people to find the help they need, however there is so much great info still out there to find. If you run across any good sites please share them with us if you would. Thank you for sharing your story with us if there is anything I can do to help please feel free to contact me, wishing you the best ~ sweetcardomom

  4. THE LAST STRAW my last 15 minutes-leaving-domestic-violence-leaving- abusive-husband

    I just found this site a few minutes ago and I want to share it for it is to good to miss out on. I hope it will be a source of courage for those in need as well.

    This is a great INSPIRATIONAL SITE FOR GATHERING THE COURAGE TO LEAVE AN ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP. It is full of stories from different women who have experienced the fear and uncertainties and overcame them and got away. I applaud all of you courageous strong women and its great that you are willing to share your stories with others who are in need of encouragement.

    Thank you Rebecca for allowing people to share this Blog it is a great resource!
    ~ sweetcardomom

  5. Feb. 26, 1998 | Social Science | Health and Medicine
    It’s emotional abuse, not vicious beatings, that often spurs women to leave battering husbands
    Joel Schwarz joels@u.washington.edu

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