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Below is an example of the hundreds of personal interviews Dr. Jay has had with verbal abuse “victims.”

From outward appearances she was a well dressed, attractive and very successful business woman, but physically and spiritually she was devastated. You could hear the desperation in her voice and see the pain in her eyes as she began to tell her story.
She had been married and divorced twice and each time the men she had married were men she had met in church. Both of her ex-husbands were verbal abusers. Not only was she personally suffering from the effect of years of verbal abuse, but now her eight-year-old son, who was also a victim of verbal abuse, was becoming a verbal abuser.
Her body trembled uncontrollably, as the tears began to cascade down her cheeks, while she keep repeating over and over “What am I going to do?”
Her pain was overwhelming as those words echoed in my ears “What am I going to do?”. She had been snared into the same trap that millions of women find themselves. She had become a victim of verbal abuse.

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We can define verbal abuse as words that attack or injure an individual, words that cause one to believe an untrue statement, or words that speak falsely of an individual. © 2010 - Titus 2 Men And Women
National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-799-SAFE (7233)
National Teen Dating Violence Helpline 866 331-9474
• Domestic Violence Hotline Houston Area Women's Center - 713-528-7273
Read Dr. Jay's articles on God's Word to Women website.
One out of three women in the U.S. will be abused.
(. . .and verbally abused. Note: Dr. Jay’s words added.)

Domestic abuse is the leading cause of injury to women ages 15-44 more common than injury due to traffic accidents, muggings and cancer deaths combined.

Domestic abuse impacts secular society and religious homes at the same rate.
Source: American Psychological Association,
Journal of the American Medical Association.

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