New eBook Helps You End and Heal from Emotional Verbal Abuse

Denver, CO (PressExposure) August 22, 2009 -- Emotional verbal abuse is toxic, clearly. But when on the receiving end, it can be confusing, debilitating and often keep you spinning.

While it is the most common form of abuse, it is the least understood. Many people avoid recognizing, coping with and healing from it, because it's "only" verbal or "only" emotional.

However, when you live it, you know the scars of verbal and emotional abuse can be more harmful and more damaging than physical abuse.

Emotional Verbal Abuse: How to Recognize, Cope and Heal eBook offers the tools to avert the potential impact of emotional verbal abuse, and ultimately arrest its insidious flow. It helps men and women recognize, deal with and mend the pain of emotional and verbal abuse.

Emotional Verbal Abuse: How to Recognize, Cope and Heal eBook takes you by the hand and shows you secrets to:

• Dealing with Verbal Abuse • Recognizing and Understanding Emotionally Abusive Relationships • Healing the Trauma of Verbal Licks and Emotional Manipulations • Creating Psychological Health and Relationship Peace • ...and more

You can heal your ongoing pain from emotional verbal abuse and have remedy for the psychological scars of relationship abuse. And once done, you will know emotional well-being, wholeness, happiness and relationship harmony again.

Emotional Verbal Abuse: How to Recognize, Cope and Heal is authored by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D., psychologist and consulting expert in domestic violence cases nationwide. She is the leading expert in the subtle communications of battering relationships and has authored over 200 articles and 8 eBooks on family violence.

The easy, informative read is available online in a downloadable PDF file eBook. All proceeds from the sales of Emotional Verbal Abuse: How to Recognize, Cope and Heal eBook support the work of Partners in Prevention, a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to ending domestic abuse.

About Partners in Prevention

For additional information, please visit: http://www.enddomesticabuse.org/emotional_verbal_abuse.php


Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.
Partners in Prevention
http://www.EndDomesticAbuse.org/ebooks.php

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Press Release Submitted On: August 22, 2009 at 5:33 pm
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