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Brett A. Scudder presents When The Abused Becomes An Abuser, The Human Impacts

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SISFI Human Wellness Radio

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Join Mr. Brett A. Scudder, the Abuse Czar as he addresses The Human Impacts of what happens when an abused victim becomes an abuser, and the ways in which it ripples through many lives. It is a very traumatizing, victimizing, disturbing and debilitating experience when abused victims become abusers and abuse advocates, victims and survivors. The abuse of people in general is a bad thing but it’s even more serious and painfully heartbreaking when people who are victims of abuse and still dealing with their abuse, and trying to overcome are now also being attacked and victimized by the abused abuser. Not because you were abused doesn’t give anyone the right to abuse others just because, no, that’s not a right to do unto others just because it was done to you.

The cycle of abuse cannot be broken unless we accept within our hearts and mind the need to seek help to manage and control the anger, hurt and pain that we have felt from our abuse so we don’t become darkened by it to hurt other. I too have been attacked and abused privately and publicly by people who just because they are victims feels that they have to right to just speak out anywhere and anyhow at people so I know this feeling and how demoralizing and desensitizing it can be and feel.

The human impacts of the abuse affects the heart, mind, body, soul and spirit, and without proper healing and constant vigilance in controlling our emotions we can turn our abuse into a sickness that makes us narcissists and sociopaths knowingly and unknowingly. People have taken their lives as a result of such abuse. Some are living in deep fear from the abuse. Some are trying to deal with the emotional impacts and move on but can’t because they can’t accept or face the trauma because of who did it and the trust that is now broken.

Join us for this important dialog.