Abuse Recovery Articles

If you are facing the challenges of abuse recovery, you need authoritative information because breaking the cycle of abuse can be especially difficult. If physical abuse is present you may also need to include the authorities for your own protection. The content our staff has gathered here comes from experts in the field and can provide you with the guidance needed to take a decisive course of action.

Abuse Recovery: Domestic Violence

They are our neighbors, relatives, co-workers and sometimes total strangers. Since there are no age barriers nor any socio-economic boundaries it’s almost inevitable that most of us will at some point cross paths with someone struggling with abuse recovery from domestic violence---either directly or indirectly. This article covers the broad parameters of the domestic violence cycle and focuses on recognizing when a relationship is considered abusive as well as some of the pitfalls many struggling with abuse recovery may encounter while trying to leave their abusive relationships.


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The Hidden Victims of Spousal Abuse

For many people when domestic violence is mentioned the immediate mental picture that comes to mind is that of a battered and abused wife or girlfriend, victimized by a violent husband or boyfriend. Far too often though our children are also caught in the ugly cross fires of domestic violence relationships. Study after study has shown that where there is a wife or girlfriend being physically, mentally or verbally lashed out at there are also defenseless children experiencing much of the same treatments or at least witnessing it firsthand.


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Teen Dating Violence

Developing a healthy intimate relationship can be very difficult at times, even for some apparently mature and rational adults. It’s not surprising then how much more of a challenge it may be for many teens who haven’t mastered certain critical coping and communication skills. This article brings to focus not only the victims of dating violence, but also the perpetrators and how they both relate to their romantic partners.


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How- To Help Teens and Cutting

Doctor Rob gives parents tips on how to spot if their teenager is self abusing. Find out how the country’s self abuse rate is growing, why they cut, which gender does it most and how you can lead your child down a path of recovery without delay or judgment.


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Teen Mental Health

The pressure of fitting in society or depression can lead to teenagers cutting themselves. This isn’t an uncommon act amongst troubled teenagers, but their reasons for doing so can vary. Two former cutters give their advice to teens who cut and how they can stop. Parents can also learn something from this article which could help out the relationship with their teenager.


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