Should people who write tell-all books about surviving abuse and getting away from their abusers exercise extreme caution as their abusers might make their lives even worse after reading the books?
Abusers come in all personalities, shapes and sizes. They can be meek and quiet, to fun-loving and loud. If you were to complain to family or friends that the person you live with is abusive often the family or friends will look at you as if you've lost your mind. The normal person out in society doesn't realize that many male abusers can sweet talk others into believing they are someone else. Abusers can be chameleons. Any abuser is a time bomb waiting to go off, so yes, you have to be careful when you write a book. Many people write books under alias', but in certain cases such as yours it's best to write the book under your own name. I volunteer at an Abused Women's Center and there are some women who have written books and also go around the country speaking. If you fear for your life it's best to have a bodyguard present or at least a friend with you at all times when you are out. Try not to go out at night alone. I believe that writing about such a thing as abuse is healing for that person and also helps other women out in society that suffer from abuse know that they can get away from their abuser. Talking about rape or abuse or any other trauma is gaining strength within yourself. However, be aware of the law! Don't use his real name or your married surname. If your married name is Lisa Beck, then change it to your maiden name such as Lisa Thompson. This way he can't come at you. Always have an editor read your book or a friend proof read it and be careful of the laws protecting the very person you are writing about. Good luck Marcy
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Typically it means that the respondent answered key questions in an overly negative fashion to an excessive degree. Caution can identify those cases where a teacher or parent is attempting to portray the child in a highly negative fashion. However, in some cases the child truly is displaying negative behaviors "almost always" or positive behaviors "never". Generally I tend to interpret Caution or Extreme Caution in the F index as significant frustration on the part…
Yes because extreme cautions always warn people not to do dangerous things were they should not be doing. It does not matter how old you are but you still have to use extreme cautions to be protected but even though, many different places have caution or warning signs to let people know that what are safe and what are not safe.
In an extreme exercise, your adrenaline kicks in, often numerous times, and will drain you of your energy. Your brain "tells" your heart to pump more blood around the body, but it doesn't. You're not getting enough blood and oxygen to the brain or body, so you slip into a temporary state of delirium.