Unlike physical abuse, being emotionally abused doesn’t leave you with visible scars or bruises that can be easy to detect. In the U.S., every ten seconds, a report of child abuse is made. That means on a yearly basis, this involves more than 6.6 million children who are affected. Emotional abuse weakens the individual’s emotional development and sense of self-worth that can have lifelong damaging effects. Here are 10 signs of emotional abuse from parents
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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The National Domestic Violence Hotline
National Child Abuse Hotline
Day One Crisis Hotline
Crisis Text Line
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Emotional Abuse Hotline – https://www.crisistextline.org/
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