Reactive Abuse is Not Abuse

During an act of abuse, it is common for an abused person to lash out at their abuser.

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Verbal abuse, psychological abuse, and physical abuse are extremely traumatizing. During the abuse, the victim may scream, cry, call names, and physically defend themselves against an attack. The abuser often wants this reaction so they can then claim that the victim is the…

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Candace is a Sociologist, Writer, DV Survivor, and Trauma-Informed Coach. https://candacemoon74.wixsite.com/unlivingthelie

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Candace Ranee Moon

Candace Ranee Moon

Candace is a Sociologist, Writer, DV Survivor, and Trauma-Informed Coach. https://candacemoon74.wixsite.com/unlivingthelie

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