Friday, October 25, 2013

The 'Benefits' of Verbal Abuse | Christi Paul

What a great article! Christi is actually honest and open about her abusive decisions and realizes how she contributed--well, allowed the abuse in her life. She explains exactly how her behavior benefited her. Let's face it, we don't continue to allow abuse unless we get "something" form it. My biggest benefit was that I felt spirituality better than my husband--he was the bad guy and I could prove it. He did this and this and this--and they were all abusive and everyone agreed. then I got to sit back and let everyone know how much better than him I was...yeah, it often works that way.

Well, Cristi like myself discovered some of the secrets of abuse and she spreads the message. read her great article here.

The 'Benefits' of Verbal Abuse | Christi Paul: "How did verbal abuse benefit me? It helped me realize the importance of words (and to choose mine carefully). It helped me become more independent and learn to take care of myself. It helped redefine what security means to me (that just because you're married that doesn't guarantee you'll be happy). And it helped me learn boundaries -- something I clearly hadn't set in my life. To recognize what I was and wasn't willing to allow into my life. It brought me closer to God and helped me recognize what I can and can't control. And it helped expand my capacity to forgive, not just other people, but myself.  "

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Monday, October 14, 2013

Another certificate earned

Congratulations to Patricia T for earning her certificate in Verbal Abuse Defense. Many folks, both guys and gals begin the tutorial but drop out after the second lesson. Why? Because they come up against the truth, that if we allow abuse, we reinforce abuse, and we teach them how to abuse us. Only we can demand the respect we deserve--and even if you have been brain washed to think you deserve this treatment, we can show you a way out.

So take the tutorial today like Patricia has--you deserve to learn who can stop this verbal and emotional abuse--you!
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Wednesday, October 2, 2013


This is awesome--a way to reach women who don't really realize they are being abused yet --get the code and share this with your family and friends--I don't usually like what NYC does (too socialist) but this is awesome:

"That's abuse" - A POWERFUL NEW ADVERTISING APPROACH TO REACHING WOMEN IN ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIPS - Press Release - Digital Journal: " reach women caught in the confusing and insidious cycle of abuse that occurs before physical violence begins. "

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