Domestic Violence Awareness: Bullying

Bullying is happening all around us.

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Bullying…
affects many of all ages…
from school grounds to homes..
with domestic violence in all stages.
And it occurs in person…
or hidden where victims don’t see…
even in workplaces or the internet…
where cyber-bullying is a reality.
For many innocent are attacked…
through Facebook and twitter accounts…

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Domestic Violence Awareness: Psychological Abuse

This is a wonderful post. Psychological abuse in my opinion is far worse than physical abuse. I say this because a bruise, a cut can heal but it’s much harder to heal from the pain that continues to live in our hearts and minds from enduring the emotional rollercoaster from an emotionally abusive abuser. I stand in agreement with you today praying for healing for all those in need of healing and restoration. Myself included.

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Psychological abuse…
is like living in turmoil everyday…
with negative words and threats…
and abuses increasing along the way.
Never knowing what will trigger…
the next attack that’s sure to come…
for the cycle of abuse is exhausting…

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Domestic Violence Awareness– Verbal and Emotional Abuse

Well as my readers all know I’m no stranger to verbal abuse. The experience was devastating however through the grace of god I am a survivor.

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Verbal and emotional abuses…
cause many lives to be broken…
for it’s the stepping stone for worse…
as we accept negative words spoken.
For verbal and emotional abuses…
are always in the beginning…
but progress to even more abuse…
with many having a tragic ending.
For words are like swords…
that cut deep as a knife…

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How to Spot Psychological Manipulators *NEW POST*

Wow this is so informative

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By Eric Perry, PhD-c


“You learn a lot about people when they don’t get what they want.” ~Anonymous

Like the waves that forcefully crash on the shore and later gracefully retreat, there is an ebb and flow to life. The seasons change and the flowers bloom, only to later wilt. We all give and take in our daily lives. Our interactions with one another are overall based on a healthy exchange of emotions, ideas and positive social interactions. There are some individuals, that like crashing waves have a disruptive influence in our lives. They seem only interested in profiting from the relationship and will give little or nothing in exchange. They use psychological manipulation to disguise their true intent.

Psychological manipulation is a type of social influence that uses deception, underhanded tactics and abuse in order to achieve the interests of the manipulator. The manipulator may use these tactics for…

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Leaders Who Linger

Great words of wisdom. Are you a true leader?

Are you a leader who lingers? You know the type — she says good morning and waits for you to reciprocate — hoping to take hold of that split second encounter to make your day a little brighter. Perhaps she asks how you’re doing each day and waits to hear your response. Maybe she doesn’t say much at all, but she shows up when you need her most — to advise or simply to listen.

Leaders who linger stick around after faculty meetings, mingle at the office mixer, take pictures at the baby shower, and wait with you when your car breaks down. Leaders who linger eat lunch when you do, tell great stories, laugh at your jokes, and comfort you when you’re hurting. They know your story, your kids’ names, and what makes you smile.

Lingering is sometimes seen as a negative thing, but consider the alternative when thinking…

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Daily Observations – 9/20/17

Encouraging words. All things have an end. Great read.

Dream Big, Dream Often

DannyIt is interesting how life can seem to flip in the blink of an eye.  One moment things could seem dire and something can happen to turn events in your favor.   There is a saying in golf:

When you are playing well it feels like you’ll never play poorly again.  And when you’re playing bad, it never seems like you’ll play good again.

The truth is all things change and I think it is important to recognize that when life seems to be in a downturn those bad times will not last forever.  I had a friend of mine lose his job once and he was upset, as can be expected.  Over a couple of beers I tried to help him gain perspective and I remember telling him that it’s not like he’s never going to find another job.  It will take time, but the bad times will end…

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