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Top 10 Ways To Handle Verbal Abuse

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Does verbal abuse have your relationship by the throat?

Do you secretly fear that you are the victim of verbal abuse?
 
Are you a verbal abuser, and don’t even know it?
 
To answer any of these questions, you first need to be clear on what verbal abuse is. 
 
In this week’s show, I spell out the symptoms of verbal abuse. I’m also going to show you how to respond if you are the victim of verbal abuse; and, if you are the one who is abusive, I’m going to give you my pointers on how to rein in your mouth.
 
Obviously, there are many kinds of abuse--physical, sexual and verbal. Verbal abuse is, of course, the most insidious ecause it leaves scars that others can’t see. But the scars are real and lasting, nevertheless.
 
Tune in to discover if you are a victim of verbal abuse or a verbal abuser, and find out how to break free of this pattern once and for all!
 
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