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Never EVER speak to your children in a way that you wouldn't want to be spoken to. No matter how irritated you get or exhausted you are, keep you temper low, you'll thank yourself later.

25+ Life Changing Social Awareness Print Ads - PIXEL77

Social awareness, or social consciousness is a controversial subject in today's society. It means to be aware of the problems that various societies and communities deal with every day, to be conscious of the difficulties of society in general. Today I want to show you a collection of public awareness print ad designs. Some of them make great use of photo manipulation, most of them have a great concept behind the design, but all of them should be compelling and determine us to take a stand.

"...PSA ads by Juvenile Protective Association visually illustrate that “Verbal abuse is still abuse.” These ads were created by EuroRSCG Chicago, USA."

"...PSA ads by Juvenile Protective Association visually illustrate that “Verbal abuse is still abuse.” These ads were created by EuroRSCG Chicago, USA."

portrait: pink paint: by Jenny Saville show at 2012 Gagosian on Madison, NY (via popmasha @Flickr)

Amazing Jenny Saville's show at Gagosian on Madison, NY

Explore popmasha's photos on Flickr. popmasha has uploaded 3219 photos to Flickr.

It is still abuse!

It is still abuse!

Children are not punching bags. Chinese anti-child abuse ad.

P.a.p.-Blog – Human Rights Etc. on WordPress.com

Human rights as seen from the perspective of politics, art, philosophy, law, economics, statistics and psychology.

The Narcissist and Emotional Abuse. "A narcissist responds to their partner’s emotions in inappropriate ways. They may get grouchy when their partner is happy or they may act happy (or ignore them) when their partner feels angry, depressed or upset. They may even become aggressive and nasty when their significant other feels vulnerable, hurt or sad."

The Narcissist and Emotional Abuse. "A narcissist responds to their partner’s emotions in inappropriate ways. They may get grouchy when their partner is happy or they may act happy (or ignore them) when their partner feels angry, depressed or upset. They may even become aggressive and nasty when their significant other feels vulnerable, hurt or sad."

Quote on abuse: You can get out.   www.HealthyPlace.com

Abuse Community

Quote on abuse: You can get out. www.HealthyPlace.com