Jul 13, 2020
Wendy K Laidlaw continues with Part 2 of the 'This is Domestic Abuse' series.
Emotional mistreatment of women may often occur in the home; a place where she is supposed to feel safe and secure.
Yet the Office of National Statistics (ONS) estimates that 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 children may experience various forms of domestic abuse in their lifetime.
Wendy continues to explain what emotional mistreatment is and how to identify it. She shares information and education for women with Endometriosis and Adenomyosis to start to increase awareness of what is acceptable and unacceptable treatment from partners and/or other people around them.
Domestic abuse comes in many covert forms and isn’t fully appreciated how it may profoundly affect the physical health, immune system and nervous system in her body.
This subconscious degradation on a woman’s psyche and spirit may also seriously damage her emotional health, physical health and perhaps explain some prolonged illnesses. Sustained unkind treatment may hinder and prevent the natural healing process in the body from occurring.
If you feel you have been affected by this topic the best antidote is to empower through information and education.
Please email us Support@HealEndometriosisNaturally.ZohoDesk.com if you wish to receive more details and resources.
Equally, her son is raising funds to help build a refuge home for women and children to escape domestic abuse in the UK and if you wish to contribute to the cause then go to https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/SebastianAnderson1