Monday, November 7, 2011

verbal abuse and The Closer

I watched the first episode of the Closer this weekend and saw a GREAT line for a woman stopping abuse dead in its tracks before it takes ahold. If only all of us us could learn these principles (Miracle principles). what happened was that Brenda was put in charge of the homicide team in LA and the guys hated that an outsider was promosted over them--they got really contrary with her. At one point one of the guys said, "Why do you have to be such a bitch?" Brenda stopped and confronted him and replied, "If I wanted to be called a bitch to my face, I would still be married." and she walked away.

No fan fair--no outrage--but a great comeback that stops abuse! If any of you see great lines on TV or at the movies, please send them in--in fact, I think we should start a collection of great one-liners that fit our principles of NO MORE VICTIM and demanding the respect we deserve.

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  1. You’ve recently commented in SilverRain’s blog The Rains Came Down.
    I am SilverRain’s ex-husband. I was in an abusive relationship with her for 5+ years and it caused me untold damage. I left the marriage do to this abuse was but was then falsely accused of the very thing I was a victim of. It’s hard for a man to live down such accusations, because men are conserved the abusers, and women the victims. I’m writing to you to tell my side, and promote awareness of another type of victim. Please visit my new (and first) blog to help men going through an ugly divorce to an abusive ex-wife.


  2. To our male who was the target of abuse. Our work does consider the male as a target of abuse too. We are glad you wrote in as a reminder. After looking at your blog, we ask you to consider writing your story for our site


Please be respectful in how you use language.