What is Psychological / Emotional abuse? How to prevent/recover from it?

8 Ways to Protect Yourself From Emotional Manipulation

Emotional abuse At a glance

Emotional abuse
“Emotional abuse allows one person to gain power and control over another through words and gestures which gradually undermine the other’s self respect. Emotional abuse can be difficult to identify, as there is no scars or marks, and the torment can continue indefinitely. Conflict, arguments and criticism are all healthy ways of interacting with others – so what makes communication abusive?”

How can you tell whether your partner is emotionally abusive?
“The Home Secretary has, today, announced a new law to criminalise coercive behaviour. Radhika Sanghani finds out out where to draw the line between an argument and psychological abuse”

Psychological / Emotional Abuse
“Emotional and Psychological abuse includes a range of non-physical controlling behaviours that cause emotional damage and undermine a persons sense of well-being.”

Psychological abuse


How to protect yourself from emotional abuse? How to prevent or recover from it?

Emotional Health

Improving Emotional Health

Five steps to mental wellbeing
“Connect, keep learning, be active, give to others, and take notice”

World Mental Health Day: 7 expert tips to look after your emotional wellbeing



The Victim-Rescuer-Persecutor Triangle

The Relationship Triangle

The Victim-Rescuer-Persecutor Triangle

Karpman drama triangle


How Mental Health in the Workplace and Corporate Purpose Are Irrevocably Linked
“One in six workers experience depression, anxiety or unmanageable stress, a further one in six experience symptoms of mental ill health such as sleep problems and fatigue. Mental health is often still taboo in the workplace. This can mean employees keep quiet about their mental distress. As a result problems spiral and are often not identified until too late, exacerbating the business and human costs, as well as placing added strain on colleagues.”