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Healing Emotional Abuse Boundary Issues of Domestic Violence

by D. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

We hear about domestic abuse survivors’ boundary issues as though this is what got them in the abusive relationship. Well, maybe it did. However, it’s also true that their progressive dismantling of their personal boundaries is what keeps them safe while living in an abusive relationship.

If you are in an abusive relationship, you probably know what I mean. Now it may not necessarily be something that you are conscious of, but I trust you are aware of the fact that if you say “no,” to something your batterer wants, there will be consequences…emotional abuse, verbal abuse, physical abuse.

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