The following third-party sources will help you better understand emotional and psychological abuse.
Medically reviewed by Timothy J. Legg, PhD, CRNP, Healthline.com discusses various ways to recognize signs of mental and emotional abuse in your relationship.
Published in “Violence in Gender” in 2018, several academics discuss how psychological abuse can occur, using social media.
The American Academy of Pediatrics provides advice for care givers on how to spot the warning signs of, prevent and treat the psychological maltreatment of children.
Written by psychotherapist and domestic violence expert Carol A. Lambert, MSW, discusses how psychological abuse is sometimes hard to detect, but there are key warning signs to watch out for with Psychology Today.
Andrea Matthews, LPC, NCC, is a cognitive and transpersonal therapist who breaks down how to differentiate between what is and isn’t considered emotionally abusive with Psychology Today.
Sian Ferguson, a known South African Feminist and Writer, discusses the idea of privilege and oppression with the magazine, “Everyday Feminism”.