By Jim O'Shea
The publication examines abuse (not clerical or institutional abuse). It explores barriers and the way abuse is an invasion of barriers. It explores actual, emotional, verbal, sexual and fiscal abuse. The e-book appears to be like on the abusive character kind, and examines office and faculty bullying. baby abuse is explored, and the problem of staying in or leaving an abusive atmosphere. The query of what occurs if one leaves and whether it is attainable to alter an abusive character is tested. A client's tale is inside the publication and this provides a human element to the exploration.
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I decided to do so, and as I delved deeper, I began to realise how complex this behaviour is. I wondered if it was possible to explore it sufficiently is such a small book. I hope I have succeeded in doing so, and it was only possible because of the feedback from a number of people. I want to thank my friend, Dr Donal O’Callaghan, for his many insightful comments and exacting criticism that has helped me shape the book, and clarify many aspects of abuse. Despite being extremely busy in her teaching work in the US, my eldest daughter, Frances, gave me much moral and practical support.
Driven by these, abusers use power and control to humiliate the victims, trample on their boundaries, and exert control over them. Among other aspects, this book will explore how the abuser tries to control the victim’s time and their material resources; controlling by body language and gestures, by confusing the victim and defining their reality, by blaming, and by reducing the victim’s status through demeaning behaviours, violence, sexual control, or perhaps financial manipulation. A book of this size cannot explore every aspect of abuse, but I feel confident that it will be sufficient to educate you on the causes, nature and consequences of this behaviour.
I made every effort to be nice to everyone and to please everyone, and I kept up a facade of being happy. I eventually admitted to myself that I hated my mother, and opened up a can of worms that I had kept closed all my life. My mother, not deliberately, tried to keep me for herself. She did not allow me to emotionally separate from her, and I became an angry rebel. When the time came, I couldn’t wait to get away from home. I was ok until about the age of 13. I adored my mother, but at around that age I began to hate her.
Abuse. Domestic Violence, Workplace and School Bullying by Jim O'Shea