Don't accept emotional abuse.
Being treated respectfully is a human right!
Learn how to turn around your emotionally abusive marriage or committed relationship and make it better... and if you can't do that… learn how to free yourself from the clutches of an unrepentant abuser.
No one deserves to be abused, and no one has the right to abuse another.
Most individuals that abuse do so out of ignorance.
With a proper relationship education, abuse can be replaced with love, kindness, and respect.
Abusers have a distorted view of themselves. In their minds, they are superior to others and have a right to control.
Classic abusers will do many bad things to stay on top.
If you are being abused, learn how to protect yourself, heal yourself, and when possible, heal your abusive marriage or committed relationship.
Abusers should always be given at least one chance to denounce their abusive ways and reform themselves. In this informative video, an abuser and his or her partner can learn the steps necessary to recover from past abuse.
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Are you in an abusive relationship? If yes, then you need to defend yourself from abuse. Assertive Communication is a powerful relationship tool to protect your self-esteem and self-worth. As well, Assertive Communication will help you have the confidence to get outside help if needed. Learn more about Assertive Communication.
Learn the TRUTH about your marriage or committed relationship... and if there is emotional abuse, what to do and where to get help.
For some abusive individuals, anger may be there the "tool" of choice to maintain control over the target of abuse. In such cases, "stopping anger" is a necessary part of stopping emotional abuse, psychological abuse, and verbal abuse. Take the following free Anger Management Test that will help you determine if you have a serious anger problem or take this Anger Management Test and answer the questions describing the behavior of your partner.
If you are a victim of abuse (or you are an abuser) you will want to know, "Can abusers change?" Answer 15 questions to learn if your abuser can stop abusing.
Learn the truth: Are you being verbally abused? What are the signs of verbal abuse? How should you deal with verbal abuse?
Get started in stoping verbal abuse by taking this free Verbal Abuse Test.