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Coercive control — the signs and what to do

Coercive control can be difficult to identify and you might have been in a relationship for years without being fully aware that you are being coercively controlled. It’s easy to know when you are physically abused — you have bruises and injuries as evidence. Coercive control is more subtle. You might be aware that something feels off but you have most likely allowed your self-doubt to win.

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Author, psychologist & blogger. Love tea, underdogs,kind people & my bed … CBT Counsellor/ Blog: www.thoughtsonlifeandlove.com

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Mandy Kloppers

Mandy Kloppers

Author, psychologist & blogger. Love tea, underdogs,kind people & my bed … CBT Counsellor/ Blog: www.thoughtsonlifeandlove.com

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