Tags » Verbal

Intent to Harm

My wife was verbally assaulted last week. I’m not sure she’d use those words but someone certainly chewed her up one side and down the other. 246 more words


To recognise verbal, psychological, emotional abuse.

The threat of domestic violence happens all too often in Australia, when someone who as a close personal relationship makes you feel afraid powerless or unsafe. 824 more words


The irony behind the mindfulness – cult

Tonight, I walked into Foyles at Southbank. First, I stumbled over a shelf full of ‘mindful drawing’, art therapy-like and calmness promising books. Surprised about this trend, which I must have missed, I tried the ‘Self-help’ section. 480 more words


School Shootings

I’m pretty excited about this one

SOUND is being in the fourth dimension

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Have conversations with people, the normal verbiage of someone who experiences that “thought bubble” 315 more words

Show it like you mean it!

A couple of weeks back, I happened to attend this seminar on Body Language and its affects on our surroundings. It was undoubtedly pretty informative, like that lady said, non verbal communication is far more important than verbal. 634 more words


One Thing I Love

One thing I love about writing is the ability to express myself. It allows my brain to intellectually jog around a host of subjects. It gives you a chance to see my thoughts. 168 more words


Identifying Phrases and Clauses

Learning the basic rules of sentence construction will help you identify the parts of a sentence that make up the whole. This will help you to avoid punctuation errors like comma splices, as well as give you the knowledge to create more complicated sentence structures, which will improve the style of your writing. 526 more words