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Recover from Emotional Abuse

  1. Recognise that you are not the problem
  2. Don’t live in denial
  3. Assess your relationship and the consequences of the decisions you will make to address the abusive relationship
  4. Set boundaries
  5. Confront them directly all the time
  6. Stick to the ‘knitting’
  7. Simply cut them off
  8. Seek professional help and guidance
  9. Find new healthy relationships
  10. Move on

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