Domestic Violence: New Ebook Coming Soon

ebook about abuse

Many readers asked me how to leave and an abuser or a to end a toxic relationship in case of domestic violence. After some time of doing research and talking to my clients, I have finally written the e-book which will help you to solve the problem of abuse.

Today I will tell you about the first chapter. You will learn an ultimate definition of abuse. Generally speaking, there are four kinds of abuse:

Physical Abuse

People are usually referring to the physical abuse of a spouse or intimate partner while talking about domestic violence. Physical abuse is the use of physical force against someone in a way that injures or endangers that person. It can be hitting, slapping, pushing, shoving and throwing.

Physical assault or battering is a crime, regardless if it occurs inside or outside of the family. In a case of physical abuse, the police have the power and authority to protect you from the attack. The problem is that the victim is usually afraid of more aggression from the abuser, if they decide to call the police. They also may not know where to call. Read more in my ebook.

Emotional Abuse

When people think of domestic violence, they often picture battered women who have been physically assaulted. But not all abusive relationships involve physical violence. Just because your partner batters you and bruises are on your face does not mean that you are not being abused. Emotional abuse is more subtle but brings the same consequences and destructive in the same way as the physical violence. Many men and women suffer from emotional abuse. Unfortunately, emotional abuse is often minimized or overlooked, even by the person being abused. Read more in my ebook.

Sexual Abuse

You do not want any situation in which you are forced to do something against your will. Everything degrading sexual activity is sexual assault. Forced sex, even by a spouse or intimate partner with whom you also have consensual sex, is an act of aggression and violence. Furthermore, people whose partners abuse them physically and sexually are at a higher risk of being seriously injured or killed. Read more in my ebook.

Financial Abuse

It is a subtle form of emotional abuse. Remember, an abuser’s goal is to control you, and he will frequently use the money to do so. Economic or financial abuse includes: Read more in my ebook.

What Is Your Definition Of Abuse?

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Victoria Herocten

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