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The 13 Abusive Types E-Book

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Our 13 Abusive Types E-Book is FREE! 

 

Why are we giving it away for free? Simply, we want to help more people. Our goal is to help women, men, and children who live in unhealthy and unsafe environments. We want to break the cycle of violence, neglect, and abuse that is so prevalent in our society, yet is hidden in the shadows. If we limited access we would also limit the amount we can help, also limiting our ability to help as many people as possible in a meaningful and possibly life-changing way. 

 

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Each chapter of this E-Book explains an Abusive Type and their motivations, their outlooks, their traits, the traits of their victims, strategies to avoid and separate from them, and more. We believe every abusive person and relationship includes one or more of these 13 Abusive Types. That is why we've spent a lot of effort to put together this comprehensive descriptions and strategies for each of the 13 Abusive Types.

  1. The Drama King/Queen
  2. The Player
  3. The Cuddler
  4. The Jailer
  5. The Tough One 
  6. The Gardener
  7. The Gatekeeper
  8. The Enabler
  9. The Rescuer
  10. La Machita
  11. The Obsessor
  12. The Brat 
  13. The Addict

Getting out of abusive relationships, abusive relationship cycles, or helping someone else to do those things takes work. This E-Book will not cure domestic violence or abuse alone, there must be a larger strategy and support system in place. These are meant to supplement a bigger picture approach to ridding society of domestic abuse, or if you are curious to learn more about each of the types.

Please read our blog, where we regularly post new content to educate and help those affected by abusive relationships.