Why Verbal Abuse is Oppressive

Verbal abuse is oppressive because it attempts to erase someone’s mind and to replace it with something different. When someone tells you what you are, [too sensitive] what you think, [think you’re better than other people] what you’re trying to do, [trying to start a fight] they are talking as if they actually lived within you and knew. For ways to wake up an abuser and for a list of more than four hundred ways people define people please read, The Verbally Abusive Man Can He Change” —Patricia Evans

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