The Signs Of Emotional Abuse

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What are the signs of emotional or psychological abuse? In this episode of The Sex Talk, Jenoa and Mou discuss the often elusive but severely harmful signs of emotional abuse such as control, manipulation, isolating one from their friends and family, criticism, humiliation, shaming, guilt tripping, and the silent treatment. If you are walking on eggshells, having panic attacks, lying or covering up for your partner these may be signs you might be being emotionally abused. 

 

Mou and Jenoa also discuss how to avoid getting caught or how to get untangled from this cycle which may often feel familiar because of past familial patterns, by setting boundaries. 

 

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