Abuse occurs in relationships too commonly. Physical abuse receives the most recognition due to the danger to women, but abuse in relationships occur mentally and emotionally as well. Both genders are equal culprits in how they treat their significant other. Emotional abuse goes unnoticed for many years and can add a mental price on the other person. It is important to identify mental abuse and find solutions to end it via better boundaries, counseling or leaving the situation. Of course if physical abuse occurs, it is critical to remove oneself immediately, find help or call the police.
AIHCP also offers an Anger Management Certification for qualified professionals seeking to help others deal and cope with anger. The Anger Management Program is online and independent study. If interested, then please review the program and see if it matches your academic and professional goals. The video below looks at anger and abuse in relationships and how to identity it but also looks into why abusers abuse both emotionally and physically.
Please review the video below