7 Useful Tips Healing Emotional Abuse to a Child’s Esteem

January 24th, 2012

healing emotional abuseWhat is required for healing emotional abuse which damages children’s esteem?

Previously, I gave the 1st three tips

1. Emotional RepressionFeel and express your feelings in healthy ways.

2. Emotional ViolenceHeal your own inner child.

3. Parents Use Children to Satisfy Their Own NeedsStrengthen your self-esteem.

Emotional abuse includes verbal violence and the lack of positive emotional support. Abusers control, criticize, demean, ignore, make children less then, powerless, and victims.

So how does emotional abuse damage a child’s self-esteem?

Part 2 gives the remaining four tips for healing emotional abuse:
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7 Useful Tips Healing Emotional Abuse to a Child’s Esteem

January 16th, 2012

healing emotional abuse Emotional abuse includes verbal violence and the lack of positive emotional support. Healing emotional abuse – how do you ever heal it?

Emotional abuse includes verbal violence and the lack of positive emotional support. Abusers control, criticize, demean, ignore, make children less then, powerless, and victims.

Abuse robs children of the ability to trust, healthy psychological development, and high self-esteem. These children enter adulthood with a sense of inadequacy never feeling good enough. They fall into patterns of victim-hood and powerlessness.

Did you know physical abuse almost always involves emotional abuse?

So how does emotional abuse damage a child’s self-esteem?
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Top Stress Relievers for Men, Dads, and Stay-At-Home Dads

January 2nd, 2012

stress relievers for men I wonder what stress relievers for men work best? What methods serve as your main stress relievers?

As men when stressed, we tend to run away from our feelings, push them into our unconscious, or when pushed beyond our limits blow up in a rage. Men, in general, seek the company of other men in some activity like golf or watching a football game to escape their stress and get relief.

Parents also have stress filled lives, including dads and stay-at-home dads (SAHD). Dads who work in companies or own them have the stress of work responsibilities, as well as even the well-being of employees.

SAHD have a variety of other stresses different than men and dads such as cleaning, cooking, child care, laundry and even home schooling.

One major stressor for stay-at-home dads revolves around frustration with the cleanliness of the house. Their wives feel that the home isn’t being cleaned to their standards.
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