Abusers Bill of Rights

I am an abuser. I have certain expectations and requirements that will have to be followed in order for me to remain in control. I insist that when I am in any relationship that these rights of mine be respected and followed. I will, always, maintain control and complete power in my relationships.    ... Continue Reading →

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Guns and Domestic Violence in Washington

There are a lot of facts, figures, and statistics on domestic violence and violence against women that I follow quite closely on a regular basis. During the month of January, I had the opportunity to attend a couple of really amazing training where I learned a lot! I thought it would be interesting to share... Continue Reading →

Types of Verbal Abuse #11-15

According to Patricia Evan’s in The Verbally Abusive Relationship, There are 15 different types of verbal abuse: Purchase her book here: http://www.patriciaevans.com/  **You can find Types of Verbal Abuse #1-5 HERE **You can find Types of Verbal Abuse #6-11 HERE 11. Name Calling ~"You are a cruel, cruel woman." He held the door open to the van... Continue Reading →

Types of Verbal Abuse #6-10

According to Patricia Evan’s in The Verbally Abusive Relationship, There are 15 different types of verbal abuse: Purchase her book here: http://www.patriciaevans.com/  **You can find Types of Verbal Abuse #1-5 HERE ***Watch for Types of Verbal Abuse #11-15 coming soon 6. Accusing and Blaming. It was a happy day. My husband and I were talking, joking... Continue Reading →

5 Types of Verbal abuse

According to Patricia Evan's in The Verbally Abusive Relationship, There are 15 different types of verbal abuse: Purchase her book here: http://www.patriciaevans.com/  **I will add types 6-10 and 11-15 in later posts** 1.Withholding.   I always thought that a relationship should be honest and authentic. I thought that each person would endeavor to make themselves... Continue Reading →

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