Monthly Archives: December 2013

C.U.E. (Connect.Unify. Evolve.) Tips: Get a Running Start on your Mind, Body, and Spirit

All my Support and admiration to the great people of this entity.


ImageVolunteers and employees at W.O.M.A.N., Inc. work hard to create a strong, peaceful, and resilient community. To continue to build and sustain our community we need to take care of ourselves and practice self-care. One of the best ways to practice self-care is exercise. To get our members and followers of our newsletter to take an active role in their health, C.U.E. would like to suggest fun new interesting ways to engage in your health.
Who says exercise is boring?  In recent years, a new exercise trend has risen in popularity. It’s called “Themed Running”.  All you need is running shoes, a fun group of people, and you will get lasting memories, all while improving your health. Let’s think of it as running with a really fun twist.  The Color Run, is a great example of a “Themed Run”.  The Color Run is a 5k race (approximately 3 ½ miles)…

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What We Say Matters: The Unseen Scars of Verbal Abuse

it is fine to be more aware for the space that each human being needs in order to grow and expand its self, all this nonsese are just crashes of misunderstanding in a jammed road.


What is Verbal Abuse?

verbal_abuse_by_wiggle777-d36tkyfGoogle “verbal abuse”. When the search results come up, you’ll notice that verbal abuse is often combined with emotional abuse. Other types of abuse that will pop up include physical, financial and sexual. While the psychological effects of verbal abuse and other forms of domestic violence (DV) are emotional, they can be identified by some key markers. Verbal violence is identified as something someone says to another person that intentionally changes their thoughts, feelings or behavior (ie. Verbal abuse is a mode of control). It’s associated with specific verbalizations, such as:

  • Yelling or raising the volume of the voice
  • Criticism, especially for independent achievements
  • Withholding praise, especially for independent achievements
  • Making mean jokes about appearance (“you’re ugly) or abilities (“you’re stupid”)
  • Threatening physical violence
  • Threatening to take something away that is important

Verbal abuse leaves no acute or visible marks of violence. No bruises or physical…

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