What are the symptoms of parental emotional abuse?

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@baymax Sir, What are the symptoms of parental emotional abuse?

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1.Emotional instability: frequent displays of extreme emotional fluctuations, such as irritability, aggressiveness, anxiety, and depression.

2.Threats or intimidation: using verbal threats or intimidation to control or manipulate the victim, making them feel helpless and fearful.

3.Isolation and exclusion: isolating and excluding the victim, making them feel abandoned and helpless.

4.Ridicule and humiliation: treating the victim with ridicule and humiliation, making them feel worthless.

5.Excessive criticism and blame: over-criticizing and blaming the victim's behavior, making them feel unable to meet the parents' expectations.

6.Lack of care and support: not providing the victim with necessary care and support, making them feel ignored and helpless.

7.Self-denial and self-doubt: causing the victim to experience self-denial and self-doubt, believing that their own thoughts and actions are wrong.

8.Emotional neglect: ignoring or disregarding the victim's emotional needs, making them feel ignored and helpless.

9.Excessive control: attempting to control the victim's behavior and thoughts, making them feel their freedom is restricted.

10.Threats or use of violence: using violence or threats to control the victim, making them feel helpless and fearful.

If the above symptoms are present, it is recommended to seek help from a professional psychologist.