• The Way out of Emotional Abuse

  • Learn the Signs of Mental Abuse and How to Stop It!
  • By: Moe Alodah
  • Narrated by: Jackie Marie
  • Length: 59 mins
  • 3.9 out of 5 stars (39 ratings)

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The Way out of Emotional Abuse

By: Moe Alodah
Narrated by: Jackie Marie
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Publisher's Summary

When in danger, it's okay to feel afraid. This fear generates several split-second changes in the body to prepare for the "fight-or-flight" response. And that's healthy!

Some individuals who go through psychological abuse of all types somehow neither fight nor flee, but freeze, and accept it as if things will get better one day! However, for many this day never shows up!

In this book, you will learn all about these signs of psychological abuse and how to get out of it.

Here are some of the critical things you will learn emotional abuse:

  • What is really emotional abuse?
  • Understanding emotional abuse
  • Types of emotional abuse
  • Effects of emotional abuse
  • Emotional bullying
  • Emotional blackmail
  • How to avoid being a victim of emotional blackmailing
  • Verbal abuse
  • Signs of verbal bullying
  • The general effects of emotional bullying to the victims
  • Psychological abuse
  • Knowing you are a victim of mental abuse
  • How those around us can make us realize that we are psychologically injured
  • Emotional manipulation
  • Signs that you are emotionally being manipulated.
  • The way out of emotional abuse
  • Emotional management
  • Some of the important strategies to manage your strong negative emotions
  • The types of therapy for emotional abuse

©2016 Moe Alodah (P)2016 Moe Alodah

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I had high expectations for it.

I was looking for a book strictly on a relationship. There was very little relationship stuff in this book compared to the workplace emotional abuse and other stuff. I would have preferred to see relationship emotional abuse stuff, which is what I assume most people want.

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Don't recommend

Do not recommend. Must have had a good intent to share knowledge but was wordy, did not gain the knowledge expected.

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True in point form

great book, clear, to the point, flow , short and good choices of words.
recommend it

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Wasted hour

Narration is awful. Information is vague and feels like someone is giving an awful PowerPoint presentation for a class they could care less about.

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Commending the narrator as well.

I felt like the woman who told this story was the perfect fit. She was empathetic and good at explaining the situation. Until now, I have never read an audiobook, but she did good at reading. There will be a lot of things I need to try to make sure I avoid these situations and I hope everything works! I cannot wait to read more books on this same topic and see how everything else compares.

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This is a good book.

It is something that helped me a lot. With emotional problems. I have not been emotionally abused but this taught me a lot about the emotional abuse. And there were even ways to avoid and get rid of it before hooks dig in too deep. I wish this was a book I could put on my shelf and read, but listening to it is good.

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It isn't dull.

Educational and self-help books are usually dull and easy to turn off. I felt like I connected with this book on such a high level that boredom or information overload was not a problem. Terrible voice telling the story, but great book.

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I enjoyed this book a lot!

I would have liked to see a little more emotion in the book, especially since it is discussing such an emotional topic. It was too scientific with a decent amount of minor research jargon. Just not enough emotional explanation.

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Overall, the book was exactly what I wanted.

There are a few minor issues, but overall the book was exactly what I wanted. I learned types of emotional abuse I regularly handled throughout my life without realizing what problems I have truly faced. It draws some parts too long and doesn’t explain some quite enough. But the information inside is priceless.

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I prefer purely factual/

For a book that focuses on a lot of emotions, there really wasn’t much emotion in the book. Personally, I enjoy reading something that’s purely factual and undiluted by emotion. Though personal accounts on how to approach the situation would have been better. I look forward to opening my eyes to the emotional abuse I usually don’t notice.

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  • Vanesa G Vazquez
  • 04-11-20

Helpful.

Helpful but no links for treatments of this disease,. I'd suggest for the author to make more emphasis on it.

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  • Megan Ellis
  • 01-12-20

I can’t help but love this book.

The organization seemed a bit sporadic, but everything was inside that I needed to know. It gives examples, tips and psychological information. In fact, this is the kind of book all young people should read to prevent future situations they may encounter in relationships and friendships.

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  • Victoria PReston
  • 01-12-20

A valuable resource.

This was by no means an interesting book, which it was not meant to be. The only complaint I have is that I wasn’t super interested when reading it. I learned a lot from it and will keep it as a valuable resource.

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  • E. Glover
  • 01-11-20

It has a lot of important info.

Sometimes informational books are dull, but this one had a lot in it. I wasn’t really bored at all. I went through sever emotional abuse and this gives all the signs and hidden things that most people overlook. It may seem dramatic, but this book has important information that anyone could stand to hear.

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  • Jacob
  • 01-10-20

It isn't so bad.

For a book with emotion in the title, I didn’t get much of an emotional perspective. It’s a lot of psychology babble. At least there is information.

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  • Thomas Jarvis
  • 01-10-20

Moe nailed this!

One of the things I look for in self-help books is well-explained ways to overcome the issue, and this book did that. There was plenty of information on the emotional abuse itself, but also valuable information on how to overcome it.

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  • Samuel Walker
  • 01-04-20

It is worth re-listening.

It was nice seeing emotional abuse information from all angles. The book mentioned workplace abuse, relationship, familial and more. It didn’t focus specifically on one area of life, and I liked it. I will be listening to this again in the near future!

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  • jasmine Foster
  • 01-04-20

Too liberal for me.

I think this book could be good, but it is too liberal. Joking around with someone is not emotional abuse and minor injustices are not either.

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  • Jennifer Collier
  • 01-04-20

I learned so much from the short listen.

If the woman who told this story had a more mature, scientific voice, maybe it would be a bit better. She just sounded so young and I don’t like taking advice from people who are clearly younger than me. But the book was phenomenal!

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  • Lucas Borders
  • 01-03-20

It was a relaxing and informative read.

I’ve read a fair share of psychology related emotional harassment, abuse and manipulation books for a psych project in class, but this one was one of the more interesting. There weren’t as many difficult terms or concepts to guide the reading.