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Dealing with Anger. Since it is impossible to fulfil all our desires or to stop unwanted things happening to us, we need to find a different way of relating to frustrated desires and unwanted occurrences.
Torture (from Latin tortus: to twist, to torment) is the act of deliberately inflicting severe physical or psychological suffering on someone by another as a punishment or in order to fulfill some desire of the torturer or force some action from the victim. Torture, by definition, is a knowing and intentional act; deeds which unknowingly or negligently inflict suffering or pain, without a ...
A torture chamber is a room where torture is inflicted. The medieval torture chamber was windowless and often built underground, was lit by a few candles and was specifically designed to induce "horror, dread and despair" to anyone but those possessing a strong mind and "nerves of steel".
There have been many debates on the occurrence of Bush’s torture practices when Bush was in his reign. Some says that those practices are just interrogation while some others explicitly endorsed those torture practices.
The Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture provides comprehensive medical and mental health care, as well as social and legal services to survivors of to
Thank you so much for this article. My husband is a great communicator and very agreeable 99% of the time, but he occasionally gets upset about something I do or say and gives me the silent treatment (which is happening now).
Before I purchased this book I was not sure if it would be worth buying a book that included Torture Memos which could easily be found on the Internet.
Editor’s note: At the request of readers, the Lovefraud member “Skylar” has contributed the following article. When dealing with malignant narcissists, psychopaths, sociopaths, borderlines, drama queens, stalkers and other emotional vampires, it’s commonly advised that no response is the best response to unwanted attention.
A person with Aspergers has challenges understanding or predicting the consequences of his/her behavior on others. Therefore, the Aspergers spouse may see the neurotypical spouse as irrational or illogical.
Many times, patients or others ask me for a recommendation for a book or help for dealing with an angry, destructive person who is ruining their emotional health.