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9 Signs You Are Dating An Abuser

People who are abusive toward others don’t hide who they are, we just give them opportunities to hurt us by giving them too many chances to correct their behavior. The truth is, if the person you are dealing with is an adult, they will probably never change their behavior. They are looking for someone who will accept it. In that case, you get to decide if you will be abused. There are so many ways abusers show...

5 Ways You Hurt Yourself More than Your Abuser Doe...

It would be easy to shield ourselves from the emotional and physical blows inflicted by the people who have hurt us yet we sometimes forget that our own actions contribute to the cycle of abuse that appears to be perpetual in our lives. We abuse ourselves by the attitudes and perspectives we hold concerning our past abusive situations. How? Take a look at these 7 self directed abuse tactics that if we can recognize and stop,...

Tired of Being Bullied? Learn How To Become One

With the emergence of the digital age a new form of bullying has become even more popular than threats on the playground. According to NoBullying.Com, more than 50 percent of young people report being cyber bullied. Believe it or not, some cyber bullies have no shame when it comes to their actions. Twenty-six-year-old Butrose is one such cyber bully. Butrose leads a group of cyber bullies he calls Mayhem; their purpose is...

Women Who Return To Abusive Relationships Are Addi...

I sat on the couch with my counselor and finally got the courage to confess my truth. “I don’t think I will ever love anyone like I love him,” I said through my broken hearted tears. She looked at me and broke the awkward silence in the room, “THANK GOD!” Why do women go back to abuse? Why, when all warning signs say, “No!”, “Don’t!”, “Stop!” we don’t just walk, but instead run back to the chaos as fast as...

3 Reasons Women Won’t Leave Abusive Relation...

I offer a free relationship advice service on the forum of my relationship advice site,www.AskApril.com, and because it’s free, as well as anonymous, I get questions about abuse that some women would be ashamed to ask in a community where they are identified. This simple fact speaks to the psychological and social stigma that is attached to abuse. The anonymity, of my forum allows people to be frank, and in doing so, the...