Rev. Beverly Molander
Amy Lewis Bear, author of "Charm to Harm"
Monday, December 8, 2014
Not all forms of abuse are physical. Emotional abuse can be hurtful and deadening in another way. The emotional abuser starts insulting, belittling, and making you feel inadequate. This can lead to a feeling of anxiety, depression, and even gastrointestinal problems. Author Amy Lewis Bear describes what to look for so you can recognize and stay away from an emotional abuser, whether the person is a mate, parent, sibling, or “friend.” The book is a must-have: Charm to Harm: The Guide to Spotting, Naming and Stopping Emotional Abuse.