Do I deserve verbal and emotional abuse?

Well, I hope you know this already, but, no, no one deserves to be abused! Of course, there are times when we act in ways that irritate or make others angry. But they still have a choice in how they respond. And, hopefully, if they love you, they choose to talk to you about why they're upset without personally attacking you.

Of course, unfortunately, I realize this isn't always the case. So, if you are being emotionally abused, I encourage you to reach out for help. Talk with a counselor or another loved one, and let them know what's happening. They should be able to let you know what your options are and how stop this from continuing.

One last thing, this list has some suggestions of help that's available for those in abusive situations-whether emotional or physical. Just FYI if you want to take a look...


Food: Should we always think of health when we eat?

No, not always, but mostly. Its all about mental strength, your ability to only enjoy a non-healthy meal and not make it a habit. People generally keep on eating things that they like the most without thinking anything else. Well, there are ways to keep them in your diet plan, but for

How do pull ups, a movement using the shoulder and elbow joints, end up being predominantly a lat exercise?

Because it doesn't primarily use the shoulder and elbow joints.It primarily uses the Latissimus dorsi to pull the arm in to the body.Any movement that uses your lats or pecs also uses your shoulders, true, but the largest muscles are activated for this,

Would you let your 15 year old daughter date a 27 year old man of she's insistent that it's y a physical relationship?

No. No no no.A 15 year old girl knows literally nothing about relationships yet. She might be insistent that she does but trust me, she does not at all.Why would a 27 year old man ever want to talk to a 15 year old let alone date her? Has he ever talked her?I wouldnt allow her to