Emotional Abuse Recovery

Healing Your Heart after Codependent and Emotionally Abusive Relationships: How to Handle Narcissists, Controlling, Manipulative, Toxic People and Take Your Life Back
Narrated by: Ginger White
Length: 3 hrs and 30 mins
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Publisher's Summary

A Life-Changing Guide To Properly Navigating Unhealthy Relationships....

Abuse is no laughing matter, and sadly, it happens to most of us at least once.

Whether it’s in a romantic relationship, a one-sided friendship, or even in a series of toxic encounters with your closest family - abuse is prevalent in nearly every corner of our lives.

Although physical abuse is obvious when it occurs, it's incredibly difficult to spot and to prove when this abuse comes in the form of emotional mistreatment. This leaves many of us getting abused and not even realizing it, let alone knowing how to stop it.

It can leave you feeling weak, undervalued, unnecessarily embarrassed and shy about speaking your opinion and even accepting blame for things that are not your fault.

However, there are certain things we can do to spot abuse and bring it to an end.

Healing your heart after you’ve been in an emotionally abusive relationship is possible. Building the strength to stay out of them is achievable with the right tools.

You’ll discover:

  • Why you're not crazy and which hidden signs prove that you are the victim of emotional abuse
  • Scientifically studied and proven indicators that gaslighting is occurring in your relationship
  • Groundbreaking insight to the “Cycle of Abuse” and how you can stop the flow
  • Tools and techniques to help open up and finally talk to someone about your abuse that can help
  • A step-by-step plan to getting out of an abusive relationship
  • And much more.

Ready to embrace a life of freedom from the pain and misery of emotional abuse? Let's go!

©2019 Martha McDowell (P)2019 Martha McDowell

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Very well done

This is a very informative and a must listen for anyone who thinks they may be in a controlling relationship. It is well presented with tools to identify if you are in an unhealthy relationship. The narrator did a great job of presenting the material. I was given a free copy of this audio in return for an unbiased review.

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Need to know info!!!!

This is critical for everyone to be aware of. Abusers can slowly and carefully manipulate you so that you don't even realize what is going on and eventually you are in a very unhealthy relationship. This can span from work, family, love interests, friends etc. Its scary because at first it can look like they are caring about you and before you know it your self esteem is so low and dependant on them and others. The quizzes here are great way to recognize situations you may be vulnerable in now or you can use for awareness in the future. thank you for putting this out there, no one deserves to be treated poorly.

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Emotional Abuse Recovery

I personally,did not find a lot of new advice in this book,but,I have read more than just this book on the subject .For someone just looking for introductory information, on many types of abuse, it would be good. Ginger White was very good narrator. I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

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The book was okay. Didn't find a much that was helpful

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The narrator did a good job with the subject matter.

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Very insightful

I found this to be an insightful look into things we don’t normally see within relationships we have. Our interactions and the toxicity there is something this book holds a mirror up to. Very good.

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Content not what it says on the book

This book is not about helping one recover from abusive relationships. It is more about definitions of things like “what is face to face communication” and what is good communication. It it no way relates to dealing with difficult people so if you are a victim of abuse this is not for you. The book is also very high level and very entry level.