Emotional abuse, or abuse of any kind, is a terrible ordeal for anyone to go through. It affects people's lives in different ways, and can leave wounds that cut deep. If you're in a relationship with someone who is abusive, it may be hard to accept that the person you fell in love with is no longer the person you see now. While leaving is an option, it's understandable for you to want to salvage whatever is left of your relationship and turn things around.
Fortunately, there are ways to cope with and approach the problem of abuse in relationships. With enough strength, love, and effort, it may be possible to bring back what you once had or to look forward to something better. At the heart of the coping process, though, is you. Remember that you are important, and that you don't deserve abuse; in fact, no one does. You are a person deserving of care, respect, and genuine love. Don't let anyone make you think that you are worth anything less.
It is our hope that as you listen to this book, you will find the strength to say "enough is enough", and begin your path toward recovery.
When you finish this book, you'll know:
Emotional abuse is a common occurrence, and we may not be conscious of it happening to us or of us inflicting damage on other people. Most people focus only on physical abuse, thinking that words can't possibly damage us the way fists do. But the truth is, emotional abuse can be extremely damaging to an individual, even without visible cuts and bruises.
If you feel you are in an emotionally abusive relationship, get this book now. Stop being abused today!
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Clearly narrated and easy to understand. I thought the narrator had a nice friendly sounding voice.
Yes, it's fine to listen to in one sitting. Once you start listening it flows well.
This book is very informative about a range of topics, from identifying an emotional abuse situation right through to how to handle being in the relationship. While it was interesting, with regards to the abusive personality, I think an extra chapter focusing on the reader, rather than the abuser would be a welcome addition. Sometimes you just have to get out of such a situation and put yourself first. i felt this was rather brushed over.
This book is a good first step to getting help though. Sometimes admitting to yourself that you are being emotionally abused is the toughest step. This book will make you face up to reality bravely.
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