Examples of include non-verbal devaluations such as staring at a person; eye rolling and door slamming; gossiping about the victim; talking about the victim behind his or her back; and using power to one's own benefit. If a person feels slighted or unfairly treated, he or she should not resort to verbal abuse—or other forms of abuse—but calmly explain how the other person's behavior made him or her feel, and then attempt to resolve the conflict and future reiterations using effective communication skills.Non-verbal emotional abuse can be harder to spot and harder to stop than verbal abuse, especially because the former tends to be more hidden and subtle, and is often not executed in the open or even in the presence of the victim.Advertised as “Funny Anonymous School News For Confessions & Compliments” in the Apple Store, this anonymous app by Ambient is much like Yik Yak and Whisper. Learn more about After School in this Safe Smart Social video.

A private messaging app that takes from your existing social media profiles and adds them to your “bubble.” The content is posted for all of your friends to see.

Direct messaging is one of the main features of this app.

Internet horror stories passed around on forums and other sites to disturb and frighten readers.

Includes stories from Slender Man, a fictional character that inspired two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls to stab and nearly kill a friend.

This is my first serious relationship, but not his (I'm 22, he's 35).

And while K has been super patient with me, my worry and grasping is a point of friction in the relationship.Common forms of verbal abuse include withholding information or purposely failing to share thoughts and feelings; countering the victim's memories, thoughts and feelings; blaming the victim for things that are outside his or her control; calling the victim names or using hurtful and defining labels such as Verbal abuse often occurs within the boundaries of romantic relationships, friendships, and parent-child relationships.But it can also occur between colleagues, distant family members, and acquaintances.They both reassure me that they love me and care for me deeply, but I am an anxiously-attached person and sometimes I have panic attacks when they spend more time with others/themselves and fear that they're going to leave me.I'm working on becoming more secure via books on cognitive behavioral therapy, and I'm looking into in-person therapy.Even strangers can engage in verbally abusive behavior.