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Parent Alienation is a form of Emotional Abuse

Posted by Abe Kass on Dec 18, 2017 11:08:11 AM

Ten Guidelines to Reduce the Likelihood of Parent Alienation

By Marriage and family therapist and social worker Abe Kass MA, RSW, RMFT,CCHT

Introduction to Parent Alienation prevention

Parent Alienation is a form of brainwashing whereby one parent convinces his or her children that their other parent is bad and that having a relationship with him or her is wrong. 

Parent Alienation is a type of emotional abuse and its victims are children.

Children should be allowed to develop an independent relationship with both parents, even when the parents are living apart!

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Tags: Abusive relationships, Parent Alienation

Marriage Builder: How to Heal Emotional Abuse if You are The Abuser

Posted by Abe Kass on Nov 8, 2017 11:47:55 AM

Professional help for committed partners that are responsible for an emotionally abusive relationship 

If you want a healthy, happy, and long-lasting relationship, and you have been mean, cruel and insensitive to your partner, then you need to take responsibility for you bad behavior, for your emotional abuse. You need to initiate a process of relationship healing. Only then, can you be honored with the title of Marriage Builder!

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Tags: Emotional abuse, Fix a broken marriage, Heal from emotional abuse

Emotional abuse: Emotionally abusive relationships therapy

Posted by Abe Kass on May 18, 2017 10:35:22 PM

• Does therapy correct emotional abuse, psychological abuse, and verbal abuse?

• What types of mental health specialists treat emotionally abusive relationships?

• If you are in an emotionally abusive relationship, why should you get emotional abuse therapy

• Take our Emotional Abuse Test. See the link below


Therapy to stop emotional abuse, psychological abuse, and verbal abuse

Marriage and couples therapy for emotional abuse can be very helpful provided you find the right therapist. With the right therapeutic help, even seemingly insurmountable problems — emotional abuse, psychological abuse, verbal abuse — can be overcome. Good therapy can turn you and your partner into marriage builders.

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Tags: Verbal abuse, Emotional abuse, Marriage builders, Emotional abuse in marriage, Psychological abuse

Q: 5 signs of emotional abuse you need to know

Posted by Abe Kass on May 8, 2017 5:32:38 PM

Many people ask, "Do I suffer from emotional abuse?"

Although the answers are unique to each couple, there are five clear signs of emotional abuse that
will help you determine if you live in an emotionally abusive relationship and answer your question, Do I suffer from emotional abuse?


In addition to reading this post about the signs of emotional abuse, you are encouraged to take my emotional abuse test. This test is anonymous (you don't need to give your email address or name) and requires only a few minutes: Emotional Abuse Test


The following 5 signs of emotional abuse will help you determine if you are in an emotionally abusive relationship:

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Tags: Verbal abuse, Emotional abuse, Emotional abuse in marriage, Psychological abuse

How can I tell if I am being abused?

Posted by Abe Kass on Nov 30, 2016 11:16:31 PM

In this article, we will discuss the different types of abuse. When you know what to look for you will be able to identify what abuse is like. As well, you can click the link below to take our free emotional abuse test. Armed with this information, hopefully you will be able to answer the question, "How can I tell if I am being emotionally abused?"

Types of emotional abuse

Types of abuse can be divided into various categories. However, each abusive interaction typically includes more than one type of abuse. The lines between these categories are to some extent arbitrary. The definitions of the various types of relationship abuse used in this guide have evolved out of the author's clinical experience working with hundreds of individuals living in abusive marriages and committed relationships.

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Tags: Verbal abuse, Spousal Abuse, Abusive relationships, Emotional abuse

Do emotional abusers change?

Posted by Abe Kass on Oct 25, 2016 10:50:04 PM

This post is for anyone that has an emotionally abusive wife, emotionally abusive husband, or an emotionally abusive partner.

Lisa asks: "Do emotional abusers change?”

Her husband is an abuser, and she is concerned about her future. She doesn't want to live in an emotional abuse marriage and subject to her children to this relationship sickness. 

Before answering this question, if you think you might be in an emotionally abusive relationship, the first thing you need to do is to know the difference between a difficult marriage and an emotionally abusive relationship. 

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Tags: Emotional abuse, Emotional abuse test

Emotionally abusive relationships: 3 Do's When an Abusive Husband or Wife Blames

Posted by Abe Kass on Sep 21, 2016 11:21:46 PM

Emotional abuse marriage or committed relationship...

After taking a deep breath, Sharon asked: "Am I being emotionally abused?" As a professional marriage and family therapist, I am often asked this question.

I directed Sharron to my online emotional abuse test. Confirming that her husband was emotionally abusive, I then discussed with her the characteristics and solutions for emotionally abusive relationships. I encouraged Sharon to learn more on the topic of the emotional abuse marriage.

Did you know that close to half of the women in the United States have experienced psychological abuse? Emotional abuse in marriage is common. Hitting, slapping, pushing and verbal assault have destroyed many people and families.

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Tags: Emotional abuse, Extreme anger, Emotional abuse test, Emotional abuse in marriage

Am I being emotionally abused when my husband or wife rules with an iron fist?

Posted by Abe Kass on May 19, 2016 10:01:37 PM

Am I being emotionally abused? My partner is a "dictator." 

There are eight emotional abuse dynamics: Tyranny, Not caring for others, No accountability, Dictatorship, Insensitive, Excessive autonomy, Harsh judgments, Selfishness, and Rejecting. In this article, we are going to discuss the emotional abuse dynamic "Dictatorship." 

An emotionally abusive wife or husband seeks relationship control. In an emotional abuse marriage, often the abuser loves to tell others what to do. In fact, this is often the purpose of his or her abusive ways—to have full control over the relationship. 

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Tags: Emotional abuse, Extreme anger, Emotional abuse in marriage

The emotionally abusive husband: "Don't tell me"

Posted by Abe Kass on May 12, 2016 11:04:20 AM

The emotionally abusive husband: No accountability!

In the emotional abuse marriage, one of the characteristics of emotional abuse is the lack of accountability by your emotionally abusive husband. 

An emotionally abusive husband feels he is above the law – the law of the family. The verbally abusive husband rules with harsh words that bully and intimidate. 

The emotionally abusive husband believes he is the "king," and feeling this way, he rules according. In his mind he is not accountable to anyone; according to his estimation, he is superior to you. 

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Tags: Verbal abuse, Abusive relationships, Emotional abuse, Emotional abuse test

Emotional abuse marriage: Ruth's story of emotional abuse

Posted by Abe Kass on May 6, 2016 8:30:03 AM

My emotional abuse marriage

I was looking to get married, but being overweight didn't help matters. Most guys took one look at me and said to themselves, "NO." 

My heaviness didn't seem to matter to Doug. I felt as if he accepted me for who I was. 

I was crazy for Doug and would do anything for him—he would say jump… and I would just say how high! At the time, I didn't realize I was preparing the way for an emotional abuse marriage. 

After a few months, he asked me to marry him and immediately I said, yes. It was a no-brainer, and I felt as if I was the luckiest woman in the world. 

Immediately after I started to prepare for the wedding, I should have known something was amiss. I should have known what a verbally abusive husband was since my mother had lived with one for forty years. 

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Tags: Verbal abuse, Spousal Abuse, Emotional abuse

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