Emotional Abuse is any kind of abuse that is emotional in nature, rather than physical.
This can include yelling, swearing, name calling, threats of violence or abandonment, intimidation, isolating, humiliating, ignoring, lying, false accusations without merit, denial, and blaming the victim.
Narcissistic abuse is a form of emotional abuse where a narcissistic person tends to seek out an empathetic person in order to gain admiration of their own attributes and feelings of power and control. This results in an abusive pattern of idealization, devaluation, and rapid discard of the partner.
The abuse consists of tactics that are insidious and manipulative, often resulting in the victim questioning their own thoughts and behaviors.
Prolonged emotional or narcissistic abuse can cause depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, and/or suicidal ideations.
Pathways to Peace understands this specific form of abuse and is here to help...