Recognizing Abuse: Reclaiming Your Birthright Gloria Edmonson-Nelson

ISBN: 9780966823202

Published: December 31st 1998

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158 pages


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Recognizing Abuse: Reclaiming Your Birthright  by  Gloria Edmonson-Nelson

Recognizing Abuse: Reclaiming Your Birthright by Gloria Edmonson-Nelson
December 31st 1998 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 158 pages | ISBN: 9780966823202 | 6.32 Mb

It is a nonfictional anthology on abusive relationships. It is a self-help guide which deals with child abuse, domestic violence- male, gay and lesbian, workplace, rape, and elderly abuse. It discusses physical and emotional violations. I share myMoreIt is a nonfictional anthology on abusive relationships. It is a self-help guide which deals with child abuse, domestic violence- male, gay and lesbian, workplace, rape, and elderly abuse.

It discusses physical and emotional violations. I share my experiences of how I left an abusive relationship with three sons under age five, believing I was healed but later lived with 20 years of emotional/mental abuse, and how I failed to recognize the signals. I discuss the effects it had on my three sons. The two-year study includes experiences of over 200 males and females, the red flags to watch for, causes of abuse, how to overcome an abusive relationship, solutions for healing, how society can help, and how to reclaim your birthright entitlements in order to live a peaceful life.

Also included is a glossary and list of organizations relative to the groups described above. Because so many people are addicted to abuse, as I was, they fail to recognize it, but the effects of this dis-ease is passed on to others, and many people become physically and mentally ill.My emphasis is on male abuse. In order to get rid of pedophiles, rapists, etc., society has to recognize that young boys are abused just as young girls are, and most are violated by fathers, mothers, and other role models!

We must stop the sex role stereotyping which does not allow for boys to open up and share this information, consequently, they are never healed- many grow up to become abusive. We must break this cycle! In order to do this, we must admit that they are being sexually abused at about the same rate as girls- they just do not speak up until in therapy or incarcerated.

Many people believe they are not affected- we are all involved- because our tax money goes toward keeping them in prison!We must all take a stand and report violations, especially child abuse and elderly: those who are helpless!



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