Sharon Walsh Cook Demystifies Emotional Abuse in New Book

Cook identifies abusive behavior, promotes healing in ‘Emotionally Abusive Husbands and Boyfriends’.

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“I have learned that emotional abuse involves more than just derogatory name-calling and that there are other behaviors that are not verbally communicated that are also damaging to one’s emotional health.”

Richboro, PA (PRWEB) December 20, 2013

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence defines psychological abuse as “the systematic perpetration of malicious and explicit nonphysical acts against an intimate partner, child, or dependent adult”. In her new book, “Emotionally Abusive Husbands and Boyfriends: Learn about Their Mentally Abusive Behaviors So You Don’t End Up Crazy!” (published by iUniverse), Sharon Walsh Cook reaches out to women involved with psychologically abusive men and shows them how to take steps to protect themselves.

“My experiences inspired me to write this book because I could not recognize the emotionally abusive behaviors that affected my emotional and physical well-being,” Cook says. “I have learned that emotional abuse involves more than just derogatory name-calling and that there are other behaviors that are not verbally communicated that are also damaging to one’s emotional health.”

Written in plain, practical language, “Emotionally Abusive Husbands and Boyfriends” explains the effects of emotional abuse and identifies, names and categorizes emotionally abusive behaviors under specific abusive personality types to make them easier to recognize. The book also provides information about other damaging nonverbal behaviors and discusses the particular danger of stalking. Finally, Cook offers tips for how victims can protect themselves and heal from emotional abuse.

“Emotionally Abusive Husbands and Boyfriends”
By Sharon Walsh Cook
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 90 pages | ISBN 9781491708781
E-Book | ISBN 9781491708798
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Sharon Walsh Cook has experienced domestic abuse in past relationships and was stalked for about six years by a man she didn’t know. Having heard stories from other women in similar situations, she now seeks to offer them help with this guide. She has three children and lives in Pennsylvania.

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