On this blog, I write about emotional abuse. It’s an unfortunate fact that many people don’t understand it. They blame the victim for feeling the way they feel. They think victims choose to hang onto painful feelings out of weakness or for the sake of sympathy. They think victims should be mature enough to “get over” emotional abuse. They think it’s no big deal.

I am an emotional abuse survivor. That means I’m an advocate for other emotional abuse survivors. That means I know how deep the pain goes, and I know something about why it’s so difficult to “get over” it. That means I understand the struggles emotional abuse survivors go through to validate their experiences and move beyond them.

This blog supports the feelings and experiences of emotional abuse survivors. It doesn’t judge, question, or attack them. If you can’t show that kind of support then don’t comment. That brings negative energy to my blog, which emotional abuse survivors, including me, don’t need.

I read every comment that comes to this blog. If your comment judges, questions, or attacks the experience of emotional abuse then it will be deleted and you will be banned from this site. No second chances.

Thank you for your cooperation!

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