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Free Domestic Abuse eBook of Your Choice for All New Members

Saturday, July 28th, 2012

If you are in an abusive relationship, you will
want to know what is or can be around each and
every bend whether you plan to stay in your
relationship or if you feel it’s coming to an end.

To help you deal with domestic abuse, we
want you to pick the eBook that best serves
you as your complimentary gift for all New
Prevent Abusive Relationships Members
for the next 4 days only.

Become a Prevent Abusive Relationships Member in
July and receive your free domestic abuse insight
eBook ($29.95 value).

To learn more about the Membership, visit
http://www.enddomesticabuse.org/membership.php

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Verbal Abuse Signs – Is Name-Calling Verbal Abuse or Descriptive Feedback?

Friday, May 18th, 2012

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

“When the name you call someone is factual, even though it is distasteful, is it name-calling?” asks a reader.

I’ve heard this question and I’ve seen it play out in domestic abuse relationship therapy. Here’s how it looks…

Steve calls his partner Linda a lousy housekeeper. She hears this as “name-calling,” yet from his point of view, the reference to his wife as a lousy housekeeper is descriptive.

In therapy, Steve insists that he is not being verbally abusive by referring to Linda as a “lousy housekeeper.” On the receiving end of his commentary is a wounded wife who declares that her husband is abusing her verbally.

To read the complete article, please visit Verbal Abuse Signs – Is Name-Calling Verbal Abuse or Descriptive Feedback?

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Domestic Violence and Abuse Support

Sunday, January 15th, 2012

Domestic Abuse Support
Prevent Abusive Relationships Membership offers private, discrete and convenient resources helping people worldwide understand the dynamics of abusive relationships, strategies for breaking the cycle of domestic violence, and the mechanics of ending and healing intimate partner abuse.

 

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