Denver, CO (PressExposure) February 21, 2012 -- Where do you turn for abusive relationship help to end the verbal and emotional abuse in your marriage? Your partner has joined you in marital counseling, yet he continues to call you names and put you down.
You have three options: A) Keep things as they are; B) Leave your partner or C) Engage in effective domestic abuse therapy. But how will you get him there? And why is this better than what you have already tried?
Yes, Abusers Can Change: End Spousal Abuse and Save Your Marriage eBook answers questions like these and more. It shows you how to deal with your partner's denial and resistance to change his abusive behavior.
It will open the door for a relationship of honoring each other and having the mutual respect that you know is missing. Yes, Abusers Can Change: End Spousal Abuse and Save Your Marriage eBook helps you understand how to effect change in abusive relationships.
Through the end of February this eye-opener eBook is FREE for all new Prevent Abusive Relationships Members. Prevent Abusive Relationships Membership offers private, discrete and convenient resources helping people worldwide understand...
the dynamics of abusive relationships
strategies for breaking the cycle of domestic abuse
and the mechanics of ending and healing intimate partner violence...
You will learn key insights to deal with emotional abuse, verbal abuse, psychological abuse, mental abuse, sexual abuse, financial abuse and legal domestic abuse.
Partners in Prevention seeks to jumpstart couples efforts to break the cycle of spousal abuse with February's book-of-the-month. This is part of our mission to end domestic abuse worldwide.
Yes, Abusers Can Change: End Spousal Abuse and Save Your Marriage eBook and the ongoing insights from Prevent Abusive Relationships Membership are all authored by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D. and distributed by nonprofit Partners in Prevention.