Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Arlene Crenshaw: Authors Supporting Authors Tour

For as long as I can remember, I witnessed the men in my momma’s life abuse her mentally and physically, these were men she swore to love, honor, and obey till death do them part. I was the third to the oldest of my momma’s eight children, and I started noticing the abuse on my momma when I was around four or five years old.



Domestic Violence (love shouldn’t hurt)

What is it about hurting someone that you claim you love? There are women and children that suffer everyday by the hands of someone who claims that they love them. There are women who are preyed upon daily by men who want to control every aspect of their lives.

Some of these women who find themselves in situation like these are women who at some point in their life dealt with some form of mental or physical abuse.

There are men that prey on these types of women. They look and seek out women who can’t protect themselves. They look for women that are venerable in many areas in there life. Such as loneliness, low self-esteem, mental or even physical problems.

Why do they do what they do?  I’d say “control,” abuse is abuse and no one has to tolerate this type of treatment from anyone.  Love shouldn’t hurt; domestic violence is a big problem in our world today.

Not only are women suffering but children suffer as well. What a women may go through who has children, then children hearing and watching their mother being abused effects these children in ways that it can follow them for the rest of their live.

Results from seeing these types of behavior are daughter growing up with dominant men controlling and abusing them, and sons growing up being abusers.

I feel everyone who is in relationship deservers to be treated with the utmost respect. Children should be able to sleep at night, learn and play throughout the daytime. We all as individual look forward to being in healthy relationships, not dysfunctional relationship and if you are in a relationship that isn’t healthy remember love doesn’t hurt. “Stop and put an end to Domestic Violence.”

By Arlene R. Crenshaw

20 comments:

Az Publishing Services, LLC said...

Thank you Arlene for being one of our blog tour stops. I will be posting this on Facebook and Twitter today. You should take the website address from this page and promote the blog stop on your social networks as well.

Good luck,
Patti Hultstrand
Publisher/CEO
Az Publishing Services, LLC

shaphire48 said...

Thank you also, it's been a blast!!! being on the tour I hope to be on the tour again once my new book is out Hidden Closet's. Thanks again every one and God Bless!!!

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Anonymous said...

Wow...this is awesome I hope this article helps lots of people...God Bless!! We need more people to tell their stories so the word can be spreaded everywhere domestic violence "sucks"

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single mom said...

Everybody. young and old, men woman, crazy or not, sick and healthy. rich or poor. Everybody need to be respected. Not to mention your own spouse. He/she has to have your utmost respect.

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Anonymous said...

This story touched me deeply. Amazingly things still go on in peoples lives, thanks for the write up on this issue.