Fort Lauderdale, FL, January 22, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- In “Recovering from Emotionally Abusive Relationships,” Creative Conflict Resolutions aims to help women find answers to their abusive relationships. The book also helps women recover from the mental abuse by helping them find their own strength and control.
Neil Warner, co-owner of Creative Conflict Resolutions, states that “an abuser will often insult your family and friends, drive people you love away, and perhaps even forbid that you see someone he hasn’t ‘approved of.’ In this way, he rids you of possible ammunition.” The book helps women overcome their fear of their partner’s anger, understanding it as an emotion that stems from the abuser’s weakness, not the victim’s. Victims are also taught how to decipher abusive behavior and unlock the mental game abusers play.
With this book, women are provided with ways to understand and heal their own anger and humiliation, as well as ways to plan for the road ahead, whether that road leads through the relationship or through a solitary path.
“We want women to feel that they don’t need the relationship as a crutch,” says Warner. “No one should ever think: ‘Well, this abuse is better than being alone.’ It’s not. Everyone deserves to be happy.”
Women in need of healing from mental abuse can find "Recovering from Emotionally Abusive Relationships" at Mental Abuse (http://www.healingemotionalabuse.com/)