Have you ever truly given it a moment’s thought as to whether womens health issues are equally the same when it comes down to emotional and physical abuse?
Have you ever found yourself with a thought as to whether one mother’s emotional abuse is closely comparable to another mom’s physical abuse?
Probably Not! This is one area that does not have any fine print when it comes to moms and emotional and physical abuse.
ABUSE is abuse whether it is physical, emotional or both and it affects womens health just the same minus the physical signs or scars for the physical.
Let’s now examine the old myth of a once uneducated society! Statistically it has always been said, if you are being physically abused to seek help and get out now!
On the other hand for those who were being emotionally abused, it was quite the opposite. You have probably heard some high up officials say to you or someone you love, words don’t hurt, do you believe what you hear, as long as you are not being hit, or I’m sure this will be just one incident.”
Are those true facts that words don’t hurt when it comes to womens health?
If that holds some truth at all, then does it only become physical abuse when a bruised eye or other body part becomes obvious to others? What about a person being emotionally abused?
Does it only become emotional abuse when you whole-heartedly start to believe in what you are being told by the abuser?
Really there is absolutely no difference on the affects of womens health when it comes to abuse. Please consider these thoughts for a minute.
Any woman who is said to be going through physical abuse also goes through emotional abuse with every kick, push, or hit that’s encountered. Ask them what were their abuser saying?
You would learn that they were also using words! You would learn that they were also using words whether spoken or not! Ask any abused person and they would probably say, that person must have hated me because of the way they treated me and those around me.
Now go through that same thought provoking process for the emotionally abused woman. A woman who is said to be going through any type of emotional abuse also experiences physical abuse with every spoken word that strikes the emotions. It too leaves bruises and scars affecting a womens health.
Abuse is not only an illness that can kill one physically but also one that can and will kill anyone who goes through it, whether short or long term, emotionally. So are the affects on womens health really any different?