Letters about abuse and abusive relationships.
Abuse: Abusive relationships: Questions,letters, venting and pleas for help from CyberParent readers.
Letters from Surfers.
I have been verbally abusing my wife and kids for 18 years my wife left and we
tried to get back but I wont stop. I left and want to get help for myself. I
don’t know where to turn. I want to learn all I can and how it affected my
wife and kids and how if there is any hope left to get my family back. are
there toll free numbers to call? please help me. I want to stop !!!!!! I want
to help others. I live in NY now.
Its hard for me to believe that one of the most over looked and ignored
abuses perpetrated by women is verbal and mental abuse of men. I resent the
cursory attention given to this epidemic. We men do need a safe place to
receive support for this type of abuse. Don’t pretend I’m not here, don’t
pretend we don’t need your help.
This "sticks and stones may break my bones but words (and attitudes) will
never hurt me". The concept is in itself is emotionally abusive.
My name is Melissa and I can answer yes to all of the questions butone. This
to me is confusing. My husband of only 6 months starts drinking and gets
mean. He did not do this before marriage. We did not live together before
marriage and now I’m totally lost to how this could have happened. He tries
to throw me out of our (his) apartment. He says it is his apt and I must
leave. He takes the car keys and my precious little dog. Everything is his
not ours. Our fights start about his drinking and end up with him throwing me
out of the apt…with nothing and no where to go. What do I do?
I am doing a research paper and I was wondering if you could give me some infoon children who are
verbally abuses: Such as signs that a child is being verbally abused. Please answer ASAP.
Click on Signs and Symptoms of Child Abuse
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