Not all emotional abuse turns violent, however physical abuse also includes emotional abuse, they go hand in hand. In fact its the emotional abuse that lasts the longest in the minds of the physically abused. Broken bones heal, but the emotional scares last a lifetime. Everyday we hear about more victims dying as a result of physical abuse. There is no healing, future or second chances for them.
When we hear the term “abuse”, the first thing that comes to people’s minds are acts of physical violence. Violence against women, children, the elderly, bullies at school, work, in the neighborhood etc. When I created this resource site the intent was to aid those in need of knowledge and information about the less known epidemic of emotional abuse. Millions of people suffer emotionally everyday of there lives, but have never been physically hurt by their abuser. It is important to learn and understand that emotional abuse is always present when there is any form of abuse. We can’t afford to ignore the that emotional abuse could lead to a more serious and life threatening danger ahead. Emotional abuse is the first sign of danger, and it needs which should be taken seriously.
It’s extremely important to understand the correlation between emotional abuse and violence so I am expanding this site to also include when emotional abuse turns violent.
I will be adding more sites of importance for you to check out for now here are just a few that I would like to post ..
Time’s Up! is collaboration bloggers who are champions for victims of crime.
Listed below are just a few of the authors you will hear from.
CEO of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction & Public Psychopathy Education
Psychologist-Speaker-President, Peas In Their Pods
Personal Safety Expert, Certified Instructor
True Crime Writer- Victim’s Advocate
“RAISING FEMALE AWARENESS AND SKILLS TO REDUCE SUSCEPTIBILITY IN RESPONSE TO VIOLENCE.
Anny Jacoby, Owner/President of The Realistic Female Self-Defense Company, passionately campaigns for every female to have the absolute right to protect and defend herself.
After surviving her own assault, Anny took steps to turn her passion to help victims into her life’s work. After several years of volunteer advocacy she founded her company based on a realistic approach for women to protect themselves, mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually, building confidence and self-esteem.
Anny’s mission is to reach out to every avenue available to teach these skills at the corporate level, to emergency services, victim support groups and agencies, schools, colleges and health service providers. Her professional programs which are designed for every age group from children to seniors, as well as a program designed specifically for the disabled.
Domestic Violence Survivor Regan Martin
Speaks about her life.