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Recognizing Emotional Abuse

What is emotional abuse? There is no “one size fits all” description for emotional abuse; however, here is list of typical behaviors of emotional abusers: Abusers will treat another person in a utilitarian manner; as an object to be used, rather than as a person to be valued. They often use targets’ weaknesses against them. They pout and give the silent treatment. Abusers often yell at others, use profanity, and dump their rage on their targets. They are quite often rude to others, particularly those closest to them. They do not “see” or “hear” others, nor do they value people for their intrinsic worth. They do not really know how to love; the “love” or value they place on others is based on performance; it is conditional. They are incapable of demonstrating reciprocity; they cannot collaborate or cooperate with others. They are not humble, kind, or servant-minded. They do not do their fair share of household responsibilities, as they feel superior to other family members. They

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