Channel: Haleh Banani
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How many of you know an individual who is right now in an emotional, emotionally abusive relationship because people need to know that this is very common. And we see it sometimes within our parents, sometimes with siblings, sometimes in our own relationships or with friends. So the second is that they control you and they dominate you. Now, this is when your spouse starts treating you like a child. They try to control every aspect of your life, who you spend time with, where you go, how much you spend, what you spend on. Now, some of that is normal within a relationship, you share, you exchange you set certain budget, but this is when it's excessive, where you can't move
without getting permission and it is very controlling. And what happens when you start feeling this way. When someone is controlling every aspect of your life. It really erodes your sense of self worth your sense of self esteem, your confidence, everything gets it actually what it does is that it makes you feel worthless.