Danuta, you are wellcome.
For your attention... here is the link 'about DEA at the US':
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.... link for DEA at the US
I have read some of what is said about this issue with the DEA, Hmmmm ! Look up my share on your page of the International Boycott Of The Arabic Drug Empire Phase 4, and lets see if you can look into the Matrix Of The Net, and allow yourself to not only to see but sence this Net and a truth that dose have Officias Of Government Concerned,
well Koty you asked for me to come to your page and I am here, the nexted move is yours, and if you only have one plan, then allow me to show you a World Without Windows, and a discovery of why the DEA stands down because of USA byLaws.
I moved the above post to this new thread because the old thread had been closed.
Hi Henry, please pay attention that D.E.A. is a group for woman/men going through domestic economic abuse (D.E.A.), from mid-to-high-income families. We already succeeded to get help for the women/men from the low income families. At the moment a woman/men finds out that she/he is going through domestic economic abuse, she/he has to stop working. Because it turns out, that the husband every minute can 'put on her' a 'huge loan' that he himself gets out, without the knowledge of his spouse. These women need emotional help. With this group we hope to raise awareness and find help for them.
I moved the post you can find below to this new thread because the old thread had been closed.
Thanks Koty... I didn't mean to post in a closed thread I must have hit the wrong one... It keeps sending the deleted message over and over to my messages though so I don't know how to stop that... This has all been very interesting to read... for me I came back to the US to escape being trapped by my husband although the economic abuse was different. Once we were married he almost completely stopped working, but controlled all of the money I made and spent it leaving very little for me and the kids to live off of, but I got stuck putting up with it to not leave my kids there with him... I feel so deeply for people still in positions where they are stuck and I am still suffering negative effects of this in terms of having to leave my good job and ending up back in the US just as the economy declined...
Emily, thank you so much for sharing with us your story.
Emily, I would like to add to your recent post that please also read the material I have posted at:
... and starts with the paraghraph:
"Elena, thanks again for your answer. I would like to ask you that please look at our publishing here:
What you can see at the material published there, is that DEA has 3 stages.
During most stages of the DEA the ruler's spouse lives under the false impression that her mate enables her equal usage of the mutual asset, including her personal income.'
Women are a gift for the men, shame on those who make cry this gift
Thank you for that sentiment Phillippe! However, I think a relationship is a partnership and shame on anyone who does not respect and care for their partner. Everyone regardless of gender should be treated with respect and as a gift to our lives, but also we should not treat them as such a gift that we let them treat us badly...
Phillippe and Emily thank you for your kind posts.
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I know i might not be saying this the way i want to and that it may offend some members but i wanted to share it.I have known a few "Men" who have taken out loans and didn't tell their wifes about it and then the guys ended up leaving them only for the women to discover almost to late that she had to pay all that money back and i have also known "Women" who have done the same thing to their husbands and in both cases it doesn't do any good by not letting the partner know whats going on if you have children they get hurt just as well as the husband or wife so if your a "man" or a "woman" and thinking about doing this and you have kids think again because kids are human to and get just as hurt by all of this as you.
Steven, thank you for your post. At the beginning of our group page you can see Dianne Lynn's words - 'This is a group for woman/men going through domesticeconomic abuse (D.E.A.), from mid-to-high-incomefamilies. Our goal is to raise awareness for these abused women/men." What I want to say is that we acknowledge that both women and men can go through domestic economic abuse.
I also appreciate very much your words where you say "if you have children they get hurt just as well as the husband or wife so if your a "man" or a "woman" and thinking about doing this and you have kids think again because kids are human to and get just as hurt by all of this as you."
That is you are so right... kids are also being hurt by domestic economic abuse.
Thanx Koty for all the truths :-0
Barbara, please don't thank me. This thread is for 'Posts about DEA at the USA and Canada'.
I think Steven brings up a very good point about the children they get hurt when parents set out to hurt eachother financially. Also, their are parents who hurt their children directly in this way. My son's biological parent ran up bills in his name as a young child before abandoning him so that I would have to pay them or leave a child in debt. It is really unfair on the children when the impact on them in not considered as a relationship unravels...
I don't know if my story (an old one that still affects me) qualifies for your topic or not. I was married to a vietnam vet who had violence issues and I was forced to separate from him because he would not seek help. He spent the next 10 years blaming me, and even punishing my children to get at me. He had part ownership of the house but refused to do any repairs for up keep - he refused to help with special christmas gifts, saying child support covered everything.
My parents divorced when I was 6 years old. As a way to get back at my mother, my father would constantly hold child support over her head. Anything extra my mother would ask for help on (i.e. tuition for school, medical bills, etc.) was always a fight and like Susan brought up was usually met with the responce "child support covered everything." This type of fighting not only effected myself and my mother financially, but it also emotionally as I was growing up. I constantly blamed myself and was afraid to ask for anything extra because I did not want the fighting to start between my parents. I think its really sad that anyone would put a child through this type of abuse.
I'm so glad to hear that you've managed to get it all sorted out for men/women from low income families.
I wonder if they know.
What is absolutely amazing is the lack of control that people have over their own lives. It's a basic human rights issue. It seems we don't live in America anymore. The rules do not resemble the rules of America.
Surprising that in this era of digital information society, DEA is still a rampant issue the world over. Some people choose to give up their power and control over their own lives. Some seek validation for their existence from someone else- at any cost. Perhaps it would help if the younger generation are made more aware of their basic rights, like take control of their own lives.