The Verbally Abusive Relationship [DD]

The Verbally Abusive Relationship [DD]
[LL441]

Author: Evans, Patricia

Narrator: Mary Kae Irvin

Abridged

Format: Digital Download

Length: 3 Hrs, 38 Mins.

ISBN: 9781593163921

$23.95

If you or someone you know answers yes to one or more of the following questions, this audiobook is required listening:

* Does your partner seem irritated or angry at you several times a week?
* Does he deny being angry when he clearly is?
* Do your attempts to discuss feelings of pain or emotional distress leave you with the feeling that the issue has not been resolved?
* Do you frequently feel perplexed and frustrated by his responses, as though you were each speaking a different language?

Almost everyone has heard of or knows someone who is part of a verbally abusive relationship--if they're not involved in one themselves. In The Verbally Abusive Relationship, you'll find validation and understanding--it's not all in your head--and encouragement for your efforts to change the situation.

Author Patricia Evans explores the damaging effects of verbal abuse on children and the family, and offers valuable insight and recommendations to therapists, as well as those who seek therapeutic support.

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AUTHOR
Patricia Evans, a speaker, consultant, and founder of the Evans Interpersonal Communications Institute, conducts workshops and professional training throughout the country.

NARRATOR
Mary Kae Irvin is an accomplished actress with 22 years experience in theatre, voice and on camera work. She holds an MFA from the University of Washington's Professional Actor Training Program, and currently resides in Seattle with her husband and two gorgeous daughters.

REVIEWS
Library Journal
"This unique self-help audiobook for women provides insight into 'psychological repression,' the demeaning put-downs and threats that may accompany or precede physical battering."

Newsweek
"A groundbreaking book..."

Oprah Winfrey
"This is a new day in America. The most important thing is to realize that you don't deserve to be treated that way."

Sonya Friedman, CNN
"A great, great book."

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