Monday, November 12, 2012

Former security guard of Cobb abuse center charged with rape |

I hate this when people in authority take advantage of their position to abuse others. Of course Moses (read below) actually raped these women, and we deal in verbal and emotional abuse...but we always want to trust those in authority. The lack of trust is why many women don't seek help when they should.

However, if we learn how to set boundaries and enforce the Respect Me Rules, this sort of thing is much less likely to happen. Why? Because we don't don't allow them in the door to abuse in the first place. Abusers mostly abuse those who seem weak--they go for easy targets. The Respect Me Rules show people how to be strong in knowing what hey are worth. Are you worth it?

you can assess this by taking the online workshop. Read about Moses below--teh man who went after the ones he was suppose to protect.

Former security guard of Cobb abuse center charged with rape | "As a security guard, it was Moses Roscoe “Moe” Eaddy’s job to protect them.
But instead, authorities say he preyed on them.
Eaddy, 43, has been accused of raping and sexually assaulting at least three women at the facility and on Oct. 29 he was arrested and charged with one count of rape and two counts of sexual assault, all felonies."

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