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    • 1.

      Children Learn What They Live

      by Annie Kaszina - 2006-12-01
      One of the questions I often get asked is this: "I am doing my best to stay in an abusive relationship for the sake of the children. My husband says that our children are not affected by our fights. ...
    • 2.

      Verbal Abuse in Relationships and What to Do About It

      by Barbara Rose, Ph.D. - 2006-12-10
      I decided to include this chapter about abuse because most women who feel "less than," most women who do not feel whole, radiant, or supremely confident are being abused.Are you? I am going to describ...
    • 3.

      How to Spot Mental Abuse in Relationships and What to Do About It

      by Barbara Rose, Ph.D. - 2006-12-10
      Mental abuse is a bit trickier than verbal abuse. Mental abuse is a pattern of behavior or speech that makes you feel you are being played with, controlled, and intimidated. When you are the victim of...
    • 4.

      When Family Members Drift Apart - A Spiritual View

      by Julie Redstone - 2007-04-11
      Relationships that are inherited often feel like they are not chosen. Some are peaceful and loving, but many are embattled or difficult in other ways. Sometimes the reasons for creating distance seem ...
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      Six Quick Steps To Releasing Anger And Feeling Good Again

      by Brenda Shoshanna - 2007-05-20
      Anger is a lethal force that undermines our lives in all kinds of ways. Sometimes it erupts openly and other times it camouflages itself and covertly undermines your life. Some experience anger as str...
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      How To Break The Addiction To Anger

      by Brenda Shoshanna - 2007-06-13
      Addiction to anger is one of the most common and lethal addictions, and one most seldom recognized. The anger addict becomes hooked by the false sense of power anger brings. As the addiction grows, it...
    • 7.

      Why Anger Arises In The Family: And How To Let It Go

      by - 2007-10-08
      The family is the most common place for anger to erupt. It is also the place where the seeds of anger are sowed. When we live closely with others, when we are bonded to them, attached, dependent...
    • 8.

      Why We Choose Anger (And How To Take Another Road)

      by Brenda Shoshanna - 2007-10-27
      Anger has turned into an epidemic in our world today. It is crucial to take a step back and realize the enormity of the danger we are facing, not only from external expressions of anger, but from the ...
    • 9.

      Why Do Women Stay in Abusive Relationships?

      by Robert Palmer - 2007-12-06
      Domestic violence is one of the dirty secrets that many people like to ignore. They convince themselves it only happens to strangers. But the truth is that 3 women A DAY are killed by the hands ...
    • 10.

      Abusive Relationship - Subtle Communication Patterns Of Abusive Relationships

      by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D. - 2008-07-01
      People ask me what kind of domestic abuse assessment screen helps someone who is abused to see the light. In providing assessments for thousands of people, I'm convinced that a tool which reveals the ...