Abuse Affects Everyone

 

Abuse Affects Everyone

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Brothers and sisters lets put a stop to the violence.

Healthy relationships involve respect, trust, and consideration for the other person. Speak kind to your mate with tender words and stay away from the cursing. A man that does not treat his woman right is not a man but a beast. Keep reminding yourself of the one who prepares the food, not the one who brings home the meat. Love involves respect and trust; it doesn’t mean constantly worrying about the possible end of the relationship. If you feel nervous or insecure about your commitment, that’s not an excuse to start using your fist. Physical abuse means any form of violence such as hitting, punching, pulling hair and kicking. This is for the married couples, remember your words that you confessed before God, just before you place on the rings. Emotional abuse insists of teasing, bullying and humiliating your other. Men understand that she is your woman and could be some bodys mother. The first step in getting out of an abusive relationship is to realize that you have the right to be treated with respect and not be physical or emotionally harmed by another person. If you are dealing with this situation get out now and put a stop to the one, who is providing the hurting. Unwanted sexual advances that make you uncomfortable are also red flags that the relationship needs to focus more on respect. Please get out now before it’s too late isn’t that black-eye enough evidence.

 

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