“And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” (John 8:32)
An angry woman who is ready to explode should be listened to.
Excerpt from Book Tied to Terror: The term abuse is often ignored as most would rather the implication go away than to acknowledge its stain on society. But for those who are abused, shame, embarrassment, and internal degradation go hand in hand with this term.
Dishonor, the remains of abuse, brings internal humiliation, and sets the stage for anger. Rage then sets in–not only over a lack of response, but also for a lack of concern from those who should care the most, but don’t.
It’s not unexpected for women in an abusive situation to become depressed, despondent, and unresponsive to life in general. But as time goes on, hope lags, and the joy of living all but disappears. Stumbling through life without goals or purpose then leads to thoughts of suicide. Depression is now at its peak and, if not nipped in the bud, could lead to death.
It’s sad when family members, and friends don’t care enough to provide assistance. Still, there is hope.
If no one is reaching out to you, then reach out to someone who truly cares. Women’s shelters will be your best source.
Don’t allow the anchor of an evil assailant keep you grounded in the darkness of abuse. From deep within, find strength to step out of your situation, and find freedom for mind, body, and soul.
To learn more, read my book.
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