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The old rhyme “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me” certainly isn’t true.

Newsweek commended her first powerful book on the subject, The Verbally Abusive Relationship: How to Recognize it and How to Respond (1992).

Expanded edition (1996), as “A groundbreaking new book.” Click to learn more with links to buy on Amazon.

In this series of articles, we will explore each warning sign in more depth so that you will have a better idea about what each sign means and if you need to address a problem in your relationship.

Our second early warning sign of abuse is: Insults you, calls you names This may seem like an obvious warning sign.

As you find out about verbal abuse, you can find out what is ‘wrong’ with people who are verbally abusive, and what you might do about it.

Jennifer Ann's Group is pleased to offer these free resources for schools, parents, churches, and other non-profit organizations to use in their efforts to stop teen dating violence.

The best way to deal with a verbally abusive relationship, whether you are the target of verbal abuse or the perpetrator, is to find out everything you can about verbally abusive relationships and their dynamics.