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How to Deal with an Abusive Boss or Abusive Coworker
by boobytrapped in Careers & Job Searching
You don't have to put up with an abusive boss or coworker. You have the right to earn a living free of verbal abuse,sexual harassment, and intimidation. No matter how much or how little your employer pays you, you have the power to demand respect.Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need
Self Control
A Paper Trail

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How to Get Over an Abusive Ex
by acacio in Relationships & Family
Getting over a relationship is difficult. Getting over an abusive relationship is even more difficult, because you have to get over the person and the abuse. This article explores how.Difficulty:ChallengingInstructions Keep in mind that time heals all wounds. If you don't feel that you can get over a bad relationship, keep in mind that with time you will.
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How to Know If a Daycare Is Being Abusive
by Pablo in Relationships & Family
Every week, over 11 million children in the United States who are 5-years-old and younger receive some form of child care while one or both parents work, according to a 2010 report by the National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies. While most day cares provide a safe, warm and nurturing environment for their young charges, a few providers neglect or psychologically, physical

What Are the Causes of an Abusive Relationship?
by UglyCasanova in Relationships & Family
Abusive relationships exist because of the psychological makeup of both parties involved, not just the abuser. Abuse can take any of three forms: emotional, physical or sexual. Relationships become abusive for several reasons. Bottom LineAn abuser seeks to make his partner feel inferior in order to make himself feel better. By demeaning a partner, the abuser feels superior to someone.
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How to Get Away From an Abusive Husband
by mrmt in Legal
A woman is in the situation of being in an abusive marriage if they have husbands that tell them they are of no value, isolate them from friends and family, destroy the property, physically injure them, threaten violence or keep irrational control over the finances. The majority of women feel there is no way out of this nightmare, but there are some solutions to get away from an abusive husband.Di

How to Tell the Warnings of an Abusive Man
by Neuromaster in Relationships & Family
No woman deserves physical or emotional abuse. Abuse destroys a woman's spirit and leaves her incapable of creating her future and enjoying her life. The goal of an abuser is to gain complete control over the victim and turn her into his puppet. It is crucial to notice the warning signs of abuse early so that you can move out of the relationship before it is too late, or get your partner the profe

What to Do in an Abusive Relationship
by redblacktree in Relationships & Family
Abuse comes in many forms, among them physical, emotional, mental and sexual abuse. A person who is being abused must consider several factors, including whether to stay in the relationship. Whether you choose to leave or stay, however, the first priority is to stay safe.

How to Get Help On Abusive Relationships
by Ubermateo in Relationships & Family
Getting help on abusive relationships is a huge step and can ultimately save your life. There are plenty of organizations available to help you get out of an abusive relationship. Having a solid support system will also give you the strength you need to overcome this difficult time.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Friends Family
Counselor
Police

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How to Tell When Your Boss Is Abusive
by kivava in Careers & Job Searching
Female bosses are responsible for more than half of all reported cases of workplace abuse, according to the Workplace Bullying and Trauma Institute. Women usually target other women, but male employers can be abusive, too. If you're enduring this at your workplace, you know that it can be very stressful no matter your boss' gender.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Keep score. When your bos

How to Divorce an Abusive Man
by jgood in Legal
If you are thinking about divorcing an abusive man, make a plan. Abusive husbands try to prevent women from filing for divorce by using intimidation, control tactics, violence or threaten to take the children away. Women have the legal right to divorce their husband without being threatened or bullied. Domestic violence is against the law in every state. Abusive spouses become more violent when a
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