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How do you lead an emotional abuser to help?

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2007-05-19 09:09:04
2007-05-19 09:09:04

You can't lead or make an emotional abuser do anything and that's why they are called "emotional abusers." They feel they are OK and everyone else is off base. They know what they are and they doubt themselves and this person has had plenty of time to get help, but doesn't obviously want it. The best thing you can do is leave!

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