What is Emotional Abuse?
Emotional abuse involves non-physical behaviors that impacts many of us regardless of age, race or income. It involves insults, threats, intimidation, humiliation, isolation, stalking and/or consistent monitoring/"checking in" via phone and text. It is a pattern of behavior used to establish and maintain power over another person to gain control while chipping away at their self-worth and independence.  Read More.

Cycle of Abuse
An abuser is able to control their behavior. The abuser makes a deliberate choice to control an individual as they feel the need to take charge in either a direct or indirect way. They may even treat you as a child, servant or their possession.   Read More.

Signs of Emotional Abuse
There are several forms of emotional abuse.  Click through to read some behaviors that demonstrate common examples.  

Healing Emotional Abuse: Target Steps for Healing Doubt can not exist in the presence of Christ and the Holy Spirit.  Yeshua tells us "The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and sowed in his field,…" (Mathew 13:31).  We must sow the Seed of Love inside our Hearts, inside of our Minds and inside our Spirits loosing the Perfect Love of God in our WHO
LE SOUL manifesting GOD'S LOVE completely inside our Spiritual Houses that the GOD'S LOVE dwells in us and the PEACE OF CHRIST that transcends all understanding of earthly knowledge into the spiritual things of God, Elohim Abba Yahweh, through the Quickening of the Holy Spirit, the Ruach HaKo'Desh.  Read More.

Challenges of Emotional Abuse: Tips for Loved Ones
When a loved one you know is struggling in an emotionally abusive relationship, she needs support; not judgment.  For judgment belongs to the Lord.  We can help others become stronger in their walk through encouragement in Christ.  Here are some ways you can help for her and yourself through this difficult time.  Read More.

Help  for Mothers with a Child Sexually Abused Sexual abuse is a very degrading transgression against the purity of a young child.  Sadly, many young girls under the age of 5 years are sexually abused by people they trust, including dads.  Child Sexual Abuse is similar to emotional and verbal abuse in that the abuser forces control through dominance.  Child Sexual Abuse includes a wide range of activities involving contact and non-contact activitiesAccording to Medscape Reference some contact activities involved in child sexual abuse include "sexualized kissing, fondling, masturbation, and digital and/or object penetration of the vagina and/or anus, as well as oral-genital, genital-genital, and anal-genital contact.  Read More.