Patricia Evans is an internationally recognized Interpersonal Communications Specialist.
Drawing upon research of more than thirty thousand cases of verbally abusive relationships, she speaks and conducts workshops throughout the country.
Founder of the Evans Interpersonal Communications Institute, now, EICI, Inc., where she offers workshops and training programs, Patricia Evans has single-handedly brought the subject of verbal abuse to the forefront of American consciousness.
Many people who are being abused do not see themselves as victims.
A sexually abused child has been an unspoken phrase dating as far back as the early 1970s (Finkelhor, 1984). Department of Health and Human Services is based on official statistics which concurs with the preceding statement (Briere & Runtz 1986)....
Studies on those children who have been sexually abused are rare, although they are presented at a disproportionate rate to their counterparts. [tags: Child Abuse, Physical Abuse] - Drug abuse is a rampant problem in the United States.
Verbal abuse creates emotional pain and mental anguish. Generally, verbal abuse defines people, telling them what they are, what they think, their motives, and so forth.
The best way to deal with a verbally abusive relationship, whether you are the target of verbal abuse or the perpetrator, is to find out everything you can about verbally abusive relationships and their dynamics.