Emotional abuse: What it is, what it does to children, what can be done about it
Emotional abuse of children can lead, in adulthood, to addiction, rage, a severely damaged sense of self and an inability to truly bond with others. But—if it happened to you—there is a way out.
Andrew Vachss is a lawyer with an unusual specialty. His clients are all children—damaged, hurting children who have been sexually assaulted, physically abused, starved, ignored, abandoned and every other lousy thing one human can do to another. People who know what he does always ask: “What is the worst case you ever handled?” When you’re in a business where a baby who dies early may be the most fortunate child in the family, there’s no easy answer. . His answer is that, of all the many forms of child abuse, emotional abuse may be the cruellest and longest-lasting of all.
The issue here discussed concerns the origin of the English language, the possibility of the usual predominantly Germanic origin being over-stated, and instead, a parallel development of multiple languages influenced by Hebrew.
Firstly, look at the origin of Place-names. The predominance of Hebrew/ Eber/ Abar place-names in the Mediterranean area extends northward to the Iberian Peninsula, for example, the Ebro river. Hibernia was the name by which the classicists called Ireland, and in Irish mythology, Eber, the brother of Don, was one of the founders of the nation.
Christmas is said to mark the birth of Christ, and it is celebrated by Christians and non-Christians around the world. But this holiday has close ties to an older festival known as the “Birth of the Unconquered Sun.” The impact this pagan tradition had on how Christmas was celebrated is one of the ways in which Christianity became corrupted as it developed after the fourth century.The winter solstice is the time when the Sun reaches its southernmost rising and setting points in the northern hemisphere and the Suns apex at noon is at its lowest point of the year. The days are short and the nights are long.
The oldest historical mention of ancient Israel occurs in the Merneptah stele, an Egyptian monument dated to 1208 B.C. But mention of Israel’s God, Yahweh, occurs even earlier in Egyptian inscriptions in conjunction with a group of people called the Shasu.