“We all have possibilities we don’t know about. We can do things we don’t even dream we can do.” - Dale Carnegie
If you are now or have been in an emotionally abusive situation, sometimes called narcissism, or having difficulty in a relationship, you can work through it to achieve the happiness and self esteem you long for. It will also improve your health.
You will get:
- Help getting respect and recognition from others
- Healing from the pain ot abuse
- Healing of your self worth.
- Reminding that you have value.
- Emotional strength
- Calmness in a stressful situation.
- A listening ear. My full attention is on you.
- Understanding. I’ve been there.
- Someone who cares, to help you be the person you were meant to be.
- Self-awareness. You have a right to your thoughts and feelings.
- Emotional support when you think you’re losing your mind
- Encouragement and empowerment. Things will work out.
- Peace of mind.
- Guidance. creative ideas, tools and options for you to consider.
IF YOU ARE IN A PHYSICALLY ABUSIVE SITUATION GET HELP NOW!
Don't do anything without first consulting an expert on the subject.
CALL YOUR LOCAL WOMEN'S ABUSE CENTER. LOOK UP THE PHONE NUMBER NOW AND KEEP IT IN A SAFE PLACE WHERE OTHERS CANNOT FIND IT.
DO IT NOW!
If you think this is not serious, do a search on death by abuse. It will shock you how many people are killed because they did not leave an abusive situation. If your abuse is physical, leave now. If you have to live for a while in a home for abused women, do it. If you are dead, who will protect your children?
If it is emotional abuse, keep an eye out for it moving toward physical, because abusers will become more violent as they loose control over you. They are not mentally capable of loving even if they act it for a while. look at the article on the characteristics of abuse.
WHAT TO DO AND WHERE TO GO FOR HELP.
If you are in an abusive situation now, there are things you can do for help. Before you move or confront your physical abuser make sure you contact an organization that can help you plan what to do and how to do it.
BELOW ARE A FEW OPTIONS:
I would like to know your most pressing need. Take a moment to tell me what is most upsetting for you. What question do you unrelentingly search for an answer to in an emotionally abusive relationship or if you have come out of one and find that your emotions are still reacting to the abuse. Please fill out the form below.
TOXIC, NARCISSISTIC PEOPLE
Emotional abuse is when someone controls your ability to make your own decisions through words meant to diminish you as a person or by emotionally making you bend to their will. Any time someone treats your thoughts, or feelings as unimportant, they are abusing you, It damages your belief in yourself. Although it may become physical abuse, it is sometimes more dangerous. Your wounds are on the inside. You may feel like you have been beaten because of the way you were treated. You need healing.
If you are having trouble in a relationship that is not abusive, understanding how you naturally handle a situation and how the other person naturally handles the same situation helps you realize that you are okay. There is nothing wrong with you. Recognizing the way the other person naturally thinks means it is okay for him. It just means there is a clash. You begin to understand what is going on and can work things out. We can discuss your thoughts and feelings and get a clearer picture of a solution.
You were born with potential. You have talents and traits that will bring you happiness when you work with them, develop them, help others because of them. You develop understanding. You make healthy choices, achieve goals you want, recognize how much value you have as a well rounded person. When you are working on your heart’s desire, you have more energy, extreme satisfaction and happiness. Your life has meaning.
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