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You probably know many of the more obvious signs of mental and emotional abuse.But when you’re in the midst of it, it can be easy to miss the persistent undercurrent of abusive behavior.If you fear immediate physical violence, call 911 or your local emergency services.If you aren’t in immediate danger and you need to talk or find someplace to go, call the National Domestic Abuse Hotline at 800-799-7233.Psychological abuse involves a person’s attempts to frighten, control, or isolate you.It’s in the abuser’s words and actions, as well as their persistence in these behaviors.Please understand that because we were abused we actually subconsciously believe that we deserved the abuse and are not worthy of love and happiness, even though our soul cries out for love. If this newsletter was forwarded to you and would like to receive all of my newsletters please enter your email address on the home page at Patrick Celebrity Life Coach, Human Behavior & Relationship Expert & SRTT Therapist “The Woman Expert” by WGN Chicago, Patrick Wanis Ph D is a renowned Celebrity Life Coach, Human Behavior & Relationship Expert who developed SRTT therapy (Subconscious Rapid Transformation Technique) and is teaching it to other practitioners.I wish you the best and remind you “Believe in yourself -You deserve the best! Wanis’ clientele ranges from celebrities and CEOs to housewives and teenagers.
And they need you just as much to boost their own self-esteem. Know that it isn’t right and you don’t have to live this way.
Again a person who has accepted help will have some coping skills but will need you to understand this and play along.
Someone who has been physically or mentally abused that has not received treatment may end up breaking your heart (Mr. Not because they want to hurt you, because they have not learned how to have a healthy relationship yet.
Therefore, we don’t really know what ‘love’ is: we only know love as abuse – abuse as love; we have created a twisted version of love where abuse and love is one and the same thing.
So, when you meet us and treat us well, we are confused and don’t immediately sense or interpret that treatment as ‘love.’ You treat us well and you are patient, kind and understanding even though we don’t consciously recognize that you are being patient, kind and understanding; we don’t trust that treatment of us because we haven’t experienced it, and if we did experience it in the past, it came with conditions and was used to manipulate us.
No matter who it is, you don’t deserve it and it’s not your fault.