Monday, November 24, 2014

Jennifer Lopez opens up about Mental, Verbal & Emotional Abuse

Jennifer Lopez opens up about mental, verbal and emotional abuse:

"“I’ve never gotten a black eye or a busted lip, but I’ve been in relationships where I have felt abused in way or another: mentally, emotionally, verbally,” she writes. “I know what it feels like for your soul to be diminished by the way your loved one is treating you.”"

Abuse does not necessarily equate with black eyes and busted lips.  Having your soul diminished, in Jennifer Lopez's words, is another way one can be abused--and it can happen to anybody as this article clearly shows.


Friday, November 7, 2014

Anita Moorjani in Sedona - Why is this a secret?

I listened to this today--this women is a hero. My cousin in law, Michelle, had me listen to Anita--who was drying of multiple tumors--as she lay dying, she had a NDE and her world was transformed. One of the things she said directly relates to how we allow others to treat us--she said,

"If you love yourself more, others love you more. Other people respect you as much as you respect yourself. I don't understand why this is such a secret." Anita Moorjani 

The message I want to share with you is about respect--don't allow others to verbally abuse you--it hurts you and it hurts them.

The second message was for me. I don't need to be afraid of the upcoming surgery. I know I will not die before my time. I just needed to be reminded of it.

Anita Moorjani in Sedona - YouTube:

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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Alleged Verbal Abuse at Halloween Horror Nights

I think this is one of those cases where the "actors" for Universal went too far. I applaud the execs for actually apologising and seeing that it will not occur again but this is not a policy of theirs--it was simply a mistake--we, as a society, are getting so much better at not making these kinds of mistakes Thanks Universal!
Execs Apologize for Alleged Verbal Abuse at Halloween Horror Nights | NBC Southern California: "The lawyer for two 13-year-old girls who were called "sluts," "hookers," or "whores" during Halloween Horror Nights earlier this month said Friday the issue has been resolved.
Kayla Beals and Roxy Fisher said last week that they were hurt by the slurs captured in cellphone video.
Girls Claim Universal "Horror Nights" Verbal Abuse
The female employee heard on the cellphone video appears to be part of Universal's "Purge the Anarchy" attraction, part of its special Halloween Horror Nights. Universal Studios and NBC4 are owned by Comcast."

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