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It’s Not That Bad – The Invisible Wounds of Coercive Control

How do we protect victims of interpersonal abuse when the wounds are invisible? Coercive control is the silent, often overlooked symptom that many victims experience before physical harm occurs. Cultural factors often play into the presence of coercive control. Failing to understand and recognize the signs of coercive control leads to the perpetuation of harm—and even death.


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