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Psychological Abuse

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Dr Daniel Sadigh

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Psychological abuse often goes unnoticed in comparison with Physical or Sexual abuse. The fact is that emotional, verbal, and mental abuses are so deeply affecting a great number of people on a daily basis. Without understanding such abusive behavior that may result in psychological trauma including anxiety, chronic depression, or post traumatic stress disorder, the victims sense of self and their relationships are greatly jeopardized.
Psychologically abusive tactics include insults, putdowns, negligence in care, arbitrary and unpredictable inconsistencies in relationship, and lack or denial of acknowledgement for hurtful behavior.
Join Dr. Sadigh and learn how Psychological abuse may occur to a person of any gender, race, culture, sexual orientation, age, or size. The most common victims of this abuse are children and spouses. The victims often experience tension headaches, stomach aches, panic attacks, ulcers and consistent stress and worry because of the abuse.
 

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