Ok so I have to wonder where envy and jealousy come from. I understand that it is a state of mind, but I guess I wonder because I have never really been one to feel it much. In my entire almost 40 years alive I can recall maybe 5/6 incidents, my heart is numb and confused on the feeling I suppose.
Jealousy can be for many reasons and make people act, feel, and say silly things. But when it becomes a problem when people are invading you privacy what do you do then?
Those who know me well know why I ponder on this. Stupidity in my eyes can come hand and hand with the green lil monster. I think when people they should ask themselves-why do I feel this way? why are the people that are making me feel this way doing the things they do? what have I done to make it all happen? why am I so angry? what are my valid points?
If anybody has some insight on this please help me understand.
So today sadly is day 7 of my fight and awareness on verbal/emotional abuse, though my blog might not have much on it from here on out on it, but my fight against abuse still will be strong. I will continue to fight and be vocal about it!
So keep any eye out. I am trying to build an awareness campaign so I will keep it all posted her also. So lets get started with today.
- Criticizing them.
- Giving them the silent treatment.
- Failing to give them real explanations. Giving non-explanations such as “because it is wrong” or “because it is inappropriate” or “because it is a sin”
I am not putting examples today as I hope all that have followed get the understanding and how harsh verbal/emotional abuse can be and it must be stopped and people made aware of.
Sorry so late my computer was updating so it was out of commission for a day. But her is day 6 on the fight against verbal/emotional abuse. I’m going to make this one a bit short as I have to get kiddos to bed and myself for an early day tomorrow.
- Judging or rejecting their friends—labeling them and you
- Using punishments and rewards to manipulate and control them.
- Invading their privacy.
- Under-estimating them.
Examples: Mother commented on social media on a picture of son’s girlfriend and called her a lipstick whore.
Mother comments to other sibling that older sibling hangs around druggies, and she has never met them.
Mother is being ignored by step-daughter after making snide comments and mother then calls daughter and tells her she will fix her motorcycle or four-wheeler just for her and take her places till the daughter agrees and never follows through.
Mother bribes son by telling him she will give him money every paycheck after he has refused to talk to her since she told him he was a disappointment to get him to talk to her.
Mother reads daughters text messages, goes through phone calls, goes through tablets and interrogates because she doesn’t trust the child and what the child does.
This is not the way a child or any person should be treated. And I say again and again, help fight against verbal/emotional abuse. NOBODY deserves to be the doormat.