Verbally Abusive Relationships: No more suffering! A how to Prevent & Save guide.
Domestic abuse is a term that is familiar to most. Another term commonly used in the same context is couples’ violence. This term lends a strong connotation to physical abuse, which is a very serious form of abuse but is not the only kind.
Another equally important kind of abuse is emotional abuse, which includes verbal abuse. Emotional abuse is when one or both partners treat the other in emotionally damaging, neglectful, controlling, or manipulative ways. While some may make an effort to diminish its significance, emotional abuse is a real and very serious type of abuse. Victims of emotional abuse often find themselves isolated and hesitant to confide their experiences in other people. A specific area of emotional abuse is verbal abuse.
Verbal abuse is not something to be taken lightly. Although many abusers themselves, even high profile ones, try to undermine the severity of this form of abuse, it cannot be undermined. Various studies in recent years have highlighted and proven the fact that verbal abuse produces the same psychological effects, sometimes worse and longer lasting effects, as physical abuse. This is a phenomenon to pay attention to and to face head on.
The identifiable types of verbal abuse must be taught widely to people of all ages, in order to prevent victims suffering without need. It is important that all people be aware of what verbal abuse is. That’s why I wrote this book in the first place – to teach you how to recognize Verbal abuse, how to prevent you or someone from abusing others and how to help those were abused. That’s why you should read this book in the first place – to help yourself and your loved ones. Don’t suffer! Don’t abuse! Read this book and begin a new life!
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Hello! My name is Emma Gertony. My parents were doctors in a small Italian town. Father was a pediatrician and mother was an obstetrician – they loved children and were dedicated to helping them. Their love and dedication to helping influenced me a lot – I always wanted to follow their path. I became a pediatrician and worked for six years in my hometown, but after my mother passed away, father and I moved to the United States, where we opened a private clinic. Now I’m a highly qualified pediatrician with a psychologist degree.When I went for my first maternity leave, my little niece lived with us. She was afraid of the dark, and her mother asked me to help her – this is how “Christy’s win over her fear!” was born. As my second child was growing up, I’ve already had a collection of stories that helped me to teach and entertain my first kid and nephews – this helped me a lot. Once, when I was reading my bedtime stories for children, my husband offered me to publish these educational adventures, and so it began – I started to work on books that would entertain little readers, but also will teach them how to be healthy and happy.Several years have passed since that days, and today I’m a proud mother of three beautiful children and a writer. I expanded form bedtime stories and wrote several books about relationships and verbal abuse, communication skills. I try to help people to build healthy relations with family and loved ones, with colleagues and superiors. I sincerely hope that you will find my books useful and that they will help you to live a happy life. Check them out, maybe that’s exactly what you need!