Wednesday, May 28, 2014

A letter to my devious ex | Women24

Well, I don't agree with everything this woman says--but then again we don't have to agree with everything--she makes a couple great points--One being that together we can change things about how folks see abusive relationships and next, she has a list of signs that you might be in an abusive relationship. I like her take on it as it is not the same old same old--sort of a fresh look at he treats you as a BIG disappointment.

A letter to my devious ex | Women24: "1. A big disappointment. Your always treated you like you’re a big disappointment. They always pick flaws with what you do.

You try so hard to please them by bending over backwards, because you don’t want to upset them. And most importantly, you crave for their acknowledgement and compliments more than anything else!"

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Sunday, May 25, 2014

Powerful Photos Illustrate the Real Damage Done by Verbal Abuse


ou have got to see these pictures--powerful--a great way to illustrate what verbal abuse and name calling do to us. Please go here and look at each one a share on your face book page--or your own blog!

Powerful Photos Illustrate the Real Damage Done by Verbal Abuse:

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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Understanding Verbal Abuse | Morningside Recovery

From Morningside comes a basic article discussing verbal abuse and who and how it affects. Other than the fact they use the proverbial word "victim"--it gives a good overview of the problem, some resources, and a way to find treatment. It's worth seeing what they have to offer, maybe calling them. There are some people that actually are so oppressed and wounded that only treatment of some kind will bring them out of it. Check them out.

Understanding Verbal Abuse | Morningside Recovery:

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Thursday, May 8, 2014

he killing power of verbal abuse with steel letterings

You have got to see this Youtube  on verbal abuse: It isn't just here--try verbal abuse in china.

Ogilvy Beijing illustrates the killing power of verbal abuse with steel letterings – POPSOP - Brands That Teach: Sustainability, Ethical Marketing, Innovations & Creativity: "The team behind the Words Can be Weapons project studied the cases of young murderers. These people heard a lot of bad words from their parents and teachers. This influenced their personality in a dramatic way, seeding aggression and hatred of others. When they grew older, they committed awful crimes and killed people."

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