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Identifying Emotional Abuse (And How To Prevent It)

American Office of Women’s Health further states that abusive relationships can start out behaving in loving and positive ways. The abuser then slowly uses different tactics to perform their abuse with steadily increasing severity.Most often, the perpetrator of emotional abuse is in a position of power over their victim.

This power can be anything from titled authority to physical strength and from financial control to threats. Acts of emotional abuse can be quite varied and may involve any of the following:An emotional abuser might constantly invalidate their victim to demean them and break their self-esteem.

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American Office of Women’s Health further states that abusive relationships can start out behaving in loving and positive ways. The abuser then slowly uses different tactics to perform their abuse with steadily increasing severity.Most often, the perpetrator of emotional abuse is in a position of power over their victim.
Domestic violence, although quite pervasive, is often a topic rife with stigma, shame and misconceptions. Ironically, the victim, who is in most need of help and validation is placed in the “hot seat,” scrutinized by some for “staying,” and shamed. The reactions by some, who are not intimately aware of how abuse works to control the victim, adds to the shame and self blame that perpetuates the cycle of abuse. How can we realistically expect victims to seek help when so many respond by casting blame erroneously on the one suffering?

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