Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Stop abusing your husband | The Ninja Wife (忍者妻)

We always must remember that abuse works both ways. I ran across this interesting blog and wanted to share it with you.
Stop abusing your husband | The Ninja Wife (忍者妻): "When my daughter was born, my husband kept doing things wrong: picking her up from the wrong side, folding wraps the wrong way, not being fast enough, deserting me too often when I was stuck with her in the bedroom breastfeeding. So I started yelling at him, he was avoiding me and it made me even more angry and frustrated, we were too tired to discuss things so I would explode from time to time and he would try to avoid me escaping to computer games, shops or friends. Vicious circle, downward spiral…"
Read the whole blog entry. Make sure you don't see your self reflected. If you are a bit of a Ninja wife, how can you change? Let's be honest....is there some Ninja in you?
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Sunday, August 12, 2012

A pledge to stop Bullying - Fiji Times Online

All the way from little old Fiji --a country where I have two children (well adults now) named after me. they country took a pledge to stop bullying! I love it. Now I think we should do this too! Too cool.
A pledge to stop Bullying - Fiji Times Online: "THIS week, 10,000 people pledged to make a stand against bullying in Fiji, joining many like-minded individuals around the world at 10am on August 20 for a silent reflection on what they can do to end bullying in their communities.
Now, you may think of bullying as physical abuse, someone older from school picking on persons who are too vulnerable to fight back either because they're not physically able to do so or because they lack the confidence to stand up for themselves."

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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Are You Trapped In An Abusive Relationship? [EXPERT] | Dr. Margaret Paul | YourTango

here's another good site to look at. Hey, is the educational part of this blog working for you guys? Let me know if you want other things in here. ~Shelly
Are You Trapped In An Abusive Relationship? [EXPERT] | Dr. Margaret Paul | YourTango: "If you grew up in a verbally and/or emotionally abusive family, you might not realize when you are being abusive and when you are being abused. Behind verbal and emotional abuse is always a desire to control the other person — to have power over the other's feelings and actions."

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