Emotional abuse is worst of all threats ...... (Page 3)

TheCovenant
TheCovenant: We are punishing you so you will learn from your mistakes.
But I have a rational thought impediment which keeps me from understanding causal effects.
We know, we are the ones who gave you that impediment.
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Smiles_69
Smiles_69: Emotional abuse is terrible make you feel like your useless can not do anything right , and everything is your fault . have to walk on eggshells all the time and ask yourself what did l do to deserve this
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TheCovenant
TheCovenant: Daisy 1951, so true, especially in this day and age when everything is getting better and better and faster and faster. A simple rule of thumb or guide line: If you haven't been charged and convicted of the act, chances are its not your fault.Don't let the self righteous lay a guilt trip on you, and if they do, throw them a hissy fit.
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Smiles_69
Smiles_69: Thank you . l can do that to .
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Mopar2004
Mopar2004: I can't Express this enough. Emotional abuse affects you when you think that you are not worthy of having a peaceful, loving , caring, supportive relationship.
YOU ARE! and if the relationship you are in does not define that?
Be done with it.
It is so much better for you, to be just you, than not you with a lethal attachment at your side, just for the sake of not being alone.
I'd rather be alone and read books. 🤗
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CaribbeanPoet
CaribbeanPoet: I truly can relate as I was once an abuser but took a complete 180 degree turn and now an advocate against Domestic Abuse and now a strong Christian too. I have an Organization in my country that is in the final process of being recognized geared against Domestic Abuse across the board in families. Do be encouraged
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TheCovenant
TheCovenant: The Canadian Bill of Rights is a punk: vacuous and devoid of force and merit. The only one of you with any class is the Magna Carta.
They don't make them like that anymore.
Too guilty, can you believe this shit? Well at least they follow the Way.
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AretoNyx
AretoNyx: Children having to face any kind of abuse is terrible. Including given excuse of religion or traditions.

Some may not know they are even doing it because of this.
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Mopar2004
Mopar2004: Good stuff..Caribbean! Everyone is given chances to be a stronger, smarter more loving person. It's how we handle those chances that matters
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Mopar2004
Mopar2004: I work to be better, every day
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zeffur
zeffur: re: "Fearophobia: it stabs your heart,kills your spirit,withers your hope and melts you down...."

Sticks & stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me. (unless I allow it)--which any intelligent person should never allow.
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TheCovenant
TheCovenant: They heard Lecter whispering to him all afternoon and Miggs crying.

They found him at bed check. He'd swallowed his own tongue.
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swampandfire
swampandfire: emotional abuse is the same thing as psychological abuse and i think it is so bad because it is internally focused.
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TheCovenant
TheCovenant: prove it
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swampandfire
swampandfire: you fear something inside. its unnameable. and you're trapped. its compressed violence.
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TheCovenant
TheCovenant: A man is upset about his irrational fear that there is a monster under his bed. He decides this needed to change so he starts going to a therapist. After months of therapy, his fear is still there, so he leaves the therapist to find someone who can cure him.

A month later the therapist runs into him and sees that he appears happier than before.

She asks "Did you finally get over your fear of a monster under your bed"

He replies "Yes, and it only took one therapy session too!"

"How?"

"Simple. He just told me to cut off the legs of my bed."
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TheCovenant
TheCovenant: You knew he was a madman, and you went along with him anyway.
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TheCovenant
TheCovenant: let me dress like a pageant queen and record my boss
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KarenSky1998
KarenSky1998: Emotional abuse is very devastating 'n hard to deal with it, so no jokes plz, I'm in a bad spot but working on it...take care guys 'n stay safe
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TheCovenant
TheCovenant: no problem cupcake, will do
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KarenSky1998
KarenSky1998: I seriously need help, now i have switched to rum 'n there is no safe place to go to rehab, sooo scared of this virus, don't no what to do or where to go or who to call....tax for reading 'n ur help....Karen
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TheCovenant
TheCovenant: I didn't know what other forum to write this down so I choose this one. Sports, I don't know why men watch men's sports. There is something homoerotic about men watching lean glistening basket ball players run up and down the court. Or men's golf, squeezing their legs together and bending down gently to hit a ball in tight fitting golf clothes.
I believe in sports, in particular women's volleyball and women's water polo.
The closest I get to homo eroticism is talking to my psychiatrist while he rolls his eyes in ecstasy when I tell him about my personal troubles. I imagine him masturbating at night to get to sleep while imagining his patients and all their problems that he listens too.
Oh well just a thought.
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uglycow10
uglycow10: As I began reading I had a quizzical look on my 'scrunched up" face, not knowing where this was going. Then, it turned into a questioning look which turned into a smile...and it terminated in a laugh.

Why that reaction, you ask? I have no clue...but that is what it was.

Perhaps some males do watch sports for the homoerotic pleasure, as you stated...but I believe that most males are testosterone-driven... and highly competetive...and that is what draws them to watch sports..

I also wondered about the nature of your convesations with your psychiatrist. It was also unclear to me whether the notion of your shrink 'rolling his eyes'' were a real or imagined situation..

None theless, it is an interesting post.....



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