Wednesday, April 25, 2018

The Most Effective Way to Put an End to Verbal Abuse

Ignoring the content of what the verbal abuser is saying is very difficult--it is best NOT to try the Respect-Me Rules until you understand what you are doing and will be consistent. Ignore the content and call them out for their abuse--do not put up with it and it stops--honest! In this article in Psycology Today--they support what Mike and I have said for years in Respect Me Rules.
The Most Effective Way to Put an End to Verbal Abuse | Psychology Today: "The only effective way to put an end to verbal abuse is to call out the abuser each time they strike. If someone blames you for something you have no control over, you need to ignore the actual content of what's been said, identify the type of abuse employed, name it, and calmly ask the abuser to stop it (Evans, 2009)."


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Sunday, February 11, 2018

Reese Witherspoon Says Leaving an Abusive Relationship 'Changed Me on a Cellular Level'

This is courage! We are so glad she shares her story! The more targets that come forward, the better it gets for everyone.

whas11.com | Reese Witherspoon Says Leaving an Abusive Relationship 'Changed Me on a Cellular Level': "During an interview with her Wrinkle in Time co-star, Oprah Winfrey, as part of Super Soul Sunday, the 41-year-old actress shares that the "most difficult decision" she ever had to make to fulfill her destiny was "leaving an abusive relationship."

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