Emotional abuse is a manipulative way to dominate and hurt from within a relationship
You may feel isolated in your pain but you are far from alone!
When people talk of domestic abuse, they often think of the terrible violent acts, but emotional abuse is a powerful weapon too. Although both men and women suffer from emotional abuse, the majority of victims who come forward are women and this book focuses on how women can untangle themselves from their emotional ties, regaining self-esteem and in time, can develop develop genuine, loving relationships.
Emotional abuse recovery is important and the only way to heal is to understand why it happens. You have to strip away the layers of your emotional life to find out the core issues.
Emotional abuse is a controversial subject and a silent, heinous crime
When you are in the midst of a toxic relationship, your self-esteem plummets. When faced with a master manipulator, you may find yourself thinking, 'why me?' over and over again. You will question what you could have done to deserve such treatment but in the end, you'll feel as if it is all your fault. Many women who suffer from emotional abuse become introverted, they lose their confidence and their sense of identity, some remain within their destructive relationships. Many do not even realise that they are being abused or manipulated, because this toxic behaviour becomes the norm. Inside, they are deeply unhappy and feel the weight of rejection and blame themselves when the relationship goes wrong. Eventually, they are unable to find the strength to get out. Victims of emotional abuse are vulnerable going forward, if they don't understand what has happened and why, and, how to stop it from happening again, it quickly becomes a cycle of destructive behaviour.
Relationships are supposed to be nurturing, not destructive!
˃˃˃ Emotional abuse is everywhere
Emotional Abuse - Get Out of My Head and Out of My Bed tells of the addictive and powerful pull of even the most abusive mental cruelty and includes some of the author's very personal experiences - the reason for this book being written. But the general information within is backed up by years of meticulous research. Women must speak up, break the barriers of silence and reach out for help.
Abusers are bullies. It’s that simple
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