Healing From Hidden Abuse

Author: Shannon Thomas
Publisher: Mast Publishing House
ISBN: 9780997829082
Size: 50.56 MB
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Healing from Hidden Abuse takes the reader through the six stages of recovery that are necessary for individuals to find important answers to the life chaos they have experienced.

Healing The Trauma Of Psychological Abuse

Author: Margot MacCallum
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1504315332
Size: 50.92 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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If you have been left traumatised by a break up or divorce, you may be the victim of covert psychological and emotional abuse and not even realise it yet. You might not think of lying, cheating, stealing, manipulating, and slandering as abuse because these things don’t leave bruises or broken bones. Yet this kind of callous mistreatment can leave deep moral injuries that – if left unattended – can fester for years. It happened to Margot MacCallum more than once. Only when she sought to understand why was she able to begin her journey toward healing. Drawing on her own experience, a broad sociological study of the phenomenon, and her training in mindfulness and Buddhism, she explores how to: gain a deeper understanding of the brutal realities of psychological and emotional abuse; make more space for forgiveness and understanding of your own ordeal; overcome painful thoughts and emotions that keep you from moving through victim to survivor to thriver; and achieve a deep state of calm and contentment. That mountain you are carrying? Teach yourself to put it down. Then climb it.

Exposing Financial Abuse

Author: Shannon Thomas
ISBN: 9780997829020
Size: 22.74 MB
Format: PDF
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With Exposing Financial Abuse: When Money Is a Weapon, you will be given the opportunity to pull the curtain back and see into the lives of those who have been financially harmed by someone close to them. Being able to take a closer look at this hidden world is a unique gift that cannot be taken lightly or without honor for those who have chosen to allow us to peek into the most personal aspects of their lives. Test yourself. How would you describe financial abuse? It is quietly happening all around us and is hidden within our neighborhoods and communities. You probably know someone who lives within a financially abusive household, and you don't even know it. What is financial abuse? Has your spouse or parent taken out lines of credit in your name without your consent? Does your ex-spouse suddenly stop paying child support as a means of furthering their abuse and control over your life? Has your partner moved money from your joint account to a secret individual account without your prior knowledge or consent? Do your parents use financial gifts as an open door to demand future compliance on your part? Are you blamed for creating financial stress but are not the one who overspends? Did your ex-spouse hide his or her income from being included in the calculations for child and/or spousal support? Have your religious leaders said that you must give to the church first, even if that means you cannot provide for your household's basic needs? Do you carry the full burden of making enough money for your household because your partner refuses to maintain steady employment?

Silent Story

Author: Leon Matthews
Publisher: Arena books
ISBN: 1911593331
Size: 60.63 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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An autobiography describing domestic abuse and depression from a male perspective.

Understanding And Loving A Person With Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Author: Stephen Arterburn
Publisher: David C Cook
ISBN: 0830772723
Size: 23.95 MB
Format: PDF
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If you live or work with someone who has narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), you probably often feel put down. You feel ashamed of your own needs. Your relationship may feel so out of control that you wonder if you’ve lost your sanity. As a clinical psychotherapist for nearly thirty years, Patricia Kuhlman has worked with many people who have been victimized by another’s NPD. She joins Stephen Arterburn to explore: Practical tools to break the cycle of pain and find healing What narcissism is and how people become narcissists The most current research about NPD How to define, express, and establish personal boundaries A how-to, self-care program including sample responses to narcissistic behaviors Most importantly, Kuhlman offers validation, understanding, and encouragement. Being in relationship with a narcissist can be lonely and confusing. Find stability and truth in this practical guide.

Emotional Abuse Recovery

Author: Theresa Miller
ISBN: 9781072085188
Size: 47.79 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Has an abusive partner take away your self-steem? Have they made you feel guilty after psychologically manipulating you? This is a deep guide to go ahead and leave it all behind ... ★★★ Buy the Paperback version and get the Kindle Book versions for FREE ★★★ A person can experience many kinds of abuse, and it can be hard to figure out if the situation you are in falls under abuse. Many people think they can't call their experiences abuse because they're not physically touched or hit. Victims are often afraid their partner will go away or make things worse if they try to look up. But even if he refuses to change, until you decide the next steps, you can feel more confident and in control. For decades, most (married) people have been dealing with this type of person, others have experienced a boss or colleague who has spent years of their lives draining their (mental) energy. With this form of abuse, there are no visible scars, but you are usually psychologically debilitating. Emotional abuse is a serious issue that many people are going through and not talking about because they don't think what they're experiencing is severe. You Will Learn: What we mean by being emotionally abused Recognizing the sign of emotinal abuse Why does emotional abuse happen Dr. Jekyll / Mr. Hyde personality Understanding when and how to leave the scene How to know if your partner is really changing And many more.. The goal of this book is to introduce you to the different kinds of emotional abuse that you can experience in a relationship. While reading, you will discover what emotional abuse is, how to spot it in a relationship, and what to do about it once you know. Thanks to EMOTIONAL ABUSE RECOVERY, you will finally be able to clearly see things as they are and know how to heal, after years of confusion. Are you ready, for this journey ? Then, scroll to the top and click " Buy Now " ★★★ Buy the Paperback version and get the Kindle Book versions for FREE ★★★

Covert Emotional Incest

Author: Adena Bank Lees
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781983999109
Size: 27.23 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Traumatic. Intangible. Unspoken. All these words have one thing in common: a sexual abuse that is not widely known. In this provocative and intimate look at Covert Emotional Incest (CEI), Adena Bank Lees, LCSW, a leader in the field of traumatic stress and addiction, takes you on a moving and informative journey through her own experiences with this form of abuse. CEI, as she has defined it, is an elusive, emotional form of sexual abuse that occurs in a family system with the absence of direct genital contact. Being placed in the surrogate or substitute spouse role for a parent(s) is one of the primary tenets of CEI, but there is much more. Covert Emotional Incest: The Hidden Sexual Abuse is an enlightening read for both professionals and non-professionals alike. Adena's story and easy-to-understand therapeutic explanations will help you fully comprehend the complex nature of CEI, its damaging consequences, and the path to restoration of health and well-being. A check-list of components, specific suggestions for healing, and what to address in psychotherapy are included. In summary, Covert Emotional Incest: The Hidden Sexual Abuse, combines a compelling story with clear and helpful strategies for recovery.

Repair For Teens

Author: Margie McKinnon
Publisher: Loving Healing Press
ISBN: 1615991263
Size: 59.69 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This edition recognizes the unique issues confronting adolescent abuse survivors including peer pressure, difficulties with school, acting out, the urge to self-soothe with cutting or unhealthy eating behaviors, running away, and the possibility of living with an abuser in the family.