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    « Friendship on Fire: More than Just a Good Marriage | Main | Lasting Love: 8 Keys to a Lasting Love »

    November 20, 2010


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    i have read this article complete and i like the ways of giving ideas to others, thanks for sharing such a nice article.

    Neil Warner

    Affirmations are easy to remember, easy to do, and have a strong impact. Whatever reinforces self-esteem is good, in order to feel better after the abuse.
    After so many years of denigrating treatment, we need two kinds of inputs:
    a) the affirmations we tell ourselves;
    b) positive reinforcement by others.

    Nothing is so healing than receiving an appreciative comments from someone we respect. It builds self-esteem and reinforces the good aspects of a person, otherwise humiliated and emotionally insecure.
    Now, if we could stop the emotional violence for some time, let's say a month, and have the your wife listen to the silence! she would be comforted with the perception that she still has her soul, regardless of the abuse, to take care of....

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