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Re: Is this emotional abuse?

mod7 ·
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How to Have Healthy Relationships

Stephanie K ·
Being in a relationship is a great experience. At first it is easy to get along, but after the “honeymoon” stage is over, the relationship changes and it takes more work to make the relationship work. To make a relationship work, and to make sure your relationship is healthy, there are steps both you and your partner should take. When you are in a relationship, try to promote healthy habits : like respecting each other and giving each other a healthy amount of space . It is tempting to spend...
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The Power and Control Wheel

JR ·
Friends. Family. Co-Workers. Bosses. Acquaintances. And even strangers... If you have ever questioned your reality, second-guessed your thought process, or constantly doubt yourself…chances are, you may have been a victim of psychological abuse 1 . As one of the many topics when referencing the “The Duluth Model: The Power and Control Wheel”, these methods are used, when abusing, and controlling, the mind, body, and spirit of another individual. Have you felt that you have been passively...
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What IS Emotional Abuse?

AmberH ·
Emotional abuse is incredibly damaging to one's self-esteem and confidence with side effects that may last longer than physical abuse. While physical abuse may appear in dramatic outbursts or tension, emotional abuse is mainly undetectable and elusive to capture. Similarly, in both cases, neither the abuser nor victim may notice the signs. Emotional and physical abuse can occur in any type of relationship, ranging from parents and children to friendships or relationships. It is considered by...
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Is this emotional abuse?

Marie ·
Hello, My partner has been withdrawn for several years now and has refused to talk to me about what is going on and has refused to go to counseling, until very recently, though it appears after about 2 months he's not going to counseling any more. He stopped being loving toward me but he still manages energy to engage with and love our 2 children. His actions include: -no longer sleeping in the same bed -not showing any interest in planning time together (ie after our second child was born...
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Re: Is this emotional abuse?

Kerry ·
Yes, this is most definitely emotional abuse. When an abuser shuts down a conversation before it even begins, this is known as stonewalling. They withdraw emotionally and physically to give themselves satisfaction and control. They feel the need to punish their victim for a perceived attack- even if it's just a simple request to talk about emotions. Withholding affection is another abuse tactic. It is used to manipulate the victim, sometimes into a fear of abandonment mode. Discard is the...
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Interview

Summervt ·
Hello everyone, I am a high school student and I am doing a research project on Abusive relationships. It would be amazing if I could interview people who have been effected by this abuse. I understand how hard it is to talk about the past, I was in an emotionally abusive relationship and I had to spend almost a year after in therapy to try and recover. Personal information will be kept private to your request. If anyone is interested in answering a few questions, please message me. If you...
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