The Verbally Abusive Relationship: How to Recognize it and how to Respond

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Bob Adams, Incorporated, 1992 - Psychology - 179 pages
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Verbal abuse doesn't leave the same physical evidence as battery, but it can be just as painful, and can actually take longer to recover from. The new edition of this important reference covers the most recent developments in dealing with verbal abuse and answers the questions readers ask most on the subject.

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I was living alone (except for my cats) when I bought this book. However, I had a verbally abusive supervisor at the time. That man didn't hesitate to shout at me in front of a patient the same ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gingermama - LibraryThing

Very informative, but disappointing to find the author's only solution is to leave the relationship. Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
9
CHAPTER
17
CHAPTER III
28
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