How to survive and thrive from emotional abuse, set boundaries and control your relationship
Emotional abuse is a form of violence that does not necessarily involve physical harm, but can be similarly debilitating.
This abuse works by chipping away at one’s self-esteem slowly, and most of the time victims do not know that they are going through it. However, statistics state that nearly 60% of young women in the US underwent emotional abuse in a romantic relationship.
24% of women who went through this experience never told anyone that they were dealing with abuse. However, an overwhelming 62% told that they are able to leave an abusive relationship because someone educated them and helped them to leave their abusive domestic partnership.
You are undergoing emotional abuse if a person behaves in a certain pattern that would make you feel fear, obligation, or guilt.
The combination of these negative emotions can be dangerous to one’s mental health and they leave long-lasting effects.
Most of the time, perpetrators inflict harm through aggressiveness, denying your needs, and minimizing the harm that they have done.
It is also very important to take note that most emotionally abusive relationships lead to physical abuse.
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