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Verbal abuse comes in many devastating forms--but no matter how or when it occurs, abuse language can have grave long-term consequences for the victim's physical and psychological health and well-being. This book offers readers a practical program for controlling and ending virtually all forms of verbal abuse.
Step 2: Recognizing the Source of the Solution.
Step 3: Recognizing that You Already Have Everything You Need to Put an End to Verbal Violence in Your Life.
Step 4: Recognizing that You Are an Expert in Your Language.
Step 5: Understanding the Two Goals of Verbal Self-Defense.
Step 6: Deciding Never to Participate in Verbal Violence--And Following Through.
Step 7: Maintaining Your Own Healthy Language Environment.
Step 8: Taking Responsibility for Your Own Language--And Its Consequences.
Posted May 8, 2012
Many are raised with one parent, or both, who is verbally abusive. A parent who has zero conscious awareness of the damage being caused. Words are an assault, always an assault. Verbal abuse makes it seem that the abusers children, and spouse are always wrong. For any who feels that way this book is essential.
This book gives detailed descriptions or the mechanics of verbal abuse. Plus strategies for protection against verbal abuse, without becoming verbally abusive.