Subtle Abuse 101 – How to Spot an Abuser

How do you know if you are in an abusive relationship?

Have you lost your confidence?

Is your partner’s behavior confusing you?

Do you need help identifying red flags in a relationship?

If so, Subtle Abuse 101 is the course for you.

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About Subtle Abuse 101

Abusers are not obvious. If they were, you probably wouldn’t engage in the first place! And yet, nearly half of Americans have experienced psychological abuse by a partner. So, how do you know what to look out for early on so that you don’t end up in a harmful dynamic? How can you tell if what you are experiencing in your relationship is psychological abuse if you’ve never been hit or called a name?

In this course, you will:

Learn 7 Quick Tips for finding out if you are emotionally abused

Discover how an abusive partner plays the victim in order to manipulate you

Discuss how a lack of empathy is often the sign of an abuser

Identify the ways your partner refuses to take responsibility

Learn the early signs of jealousy in a relationship

Identify if and when your partner is objectifying you

Learn how abusers use humor as a tool to put you down

Spot the signs that your partner is controlling you

Benchmark what happiness looks like in a relationship

What You’ll Receive

When you sign up for Subtle Abuse 101﹣How to Spot an Abuser, you will receive:

8 video lectures, taught by Avery Neal, psychotherapist and leading expert on subtle abuse

In-depth notes to walk you through the curriculum

8 journal assignments to reflect and develop inner strength

Even better, lifetime access!

All this, for only $99.00

What You’ll Learn

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

Identify if you are being emotionally abused in your relationship

Learn to judge your partner based on actions, not words

Tap into your own empathy to identify how you feel

Define the limits of your responsibility in your relationship

Stop questioning yourself when your partner becomes jealous

Understand why you feel icky, empty, or uncomfortable in your relationship

Evaluate how much control you believe you have in your relationship

Understand what happiness looks like in a relationship, to set yourself up for future success

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Subtle Abuse 101 is for you, if:

  • You are dating and want to identify red flags
  • You can’t quite put your finger on what is wrong in your relationship
  • You find yourself constantly apologizing in your relationship
  • You don’t feel like you can fully be yourself or share your feelings with your partner
  • You walk on eggshells around your partner, but you’re not sure why
  • You try to manage your partner’s reactions to things
  • You’ve lost yourself in your relationship
  • Your partner’s behavior confuses you
  • Your relationship is volatile, with high high’s and very low low’s
  • You work harder and harder in your relationship to no avail
  • You have lost your confidence
  • Your relationship makes you feel like you might be going crazy

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Testimonials

“Your work is brilliant in describing my experiences. Not sure if anyone has identified covert and subtle abuse so well.”

“Thank you for all that you do to help women and girls.”

“Your book is life-changing. It might get my smart, kind, funny, loving daughter back. I literally don’t know how to thank you.”

“I’ve lived through every detail of your writing. I don’t know how to thank you for your work.”

“Your writing has saved my life. Thank you with all of my heart.”

“Your work gives me strength.”

“We base our curriculum off of your work.”

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About Avery

Avery Neal, MA, LPC is a practicing psychotherapist, international author, and speaker. In 2012 she opened Women’s Therapy Clinic, which offers psychiatric and counseling support to women. She specializes in depression and anxiety at all stages in a woman’s life. She has worked extensively with women suffering from prenatal anxiety and postpartum depression in addition to helping women recovering from divorce and healing from emotional abuse. She is passionate about empowering women to discover their own inner strength, leading to higher self-esteem, confidence, and overall life satisfaction.

 

Avery is the author of If He’s So Great, Why Do I Feel So Bad?: Recognizing and Overcoming Subtle Abuse, which has been translated and published in twelve languages. Her articles and interviews have been published by Oprah.com, DailyOM, Best Self Magazine, Hitched Magazine, Bustle, POPSUGAR, and PKWY Magazine and her courses have been taken by over 17,000 people worldwide. The International Association of HealthCare Professionals nominated her as one of the top psychologists in Houston.

About the Book

Nearly half of all women—and men—in the United States experience psychological abuse without realizing it. Manipulation, deception, and disrespect are hard to detect because they leave no physical scars, but they can be just as traumatic. In her groundbreaking book, If He’s So Great, Why Do I Feel So Bad?: Recognizing and Overcoming Subtle Abuse, Avery Neal, psychotherapist and founder of the Women’s Therapy Clinic, helps you recognize the warning signs of what she terms “subtle abuse.” As you are able to accurately identify patterns that have never made sense before, you are better equipped to make changes to free yourself from ongoing aggression and control. As an expert in the field, Neal has guided countless individuals to regain their self-esteem, their joy, and their lives, in the wake of this type of unhealthy relationship.

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