Invalidation

 

Shared with permission, Thank you Poppy.

https://scontent-lax3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/72401941_889619328105588_7547656070617890816_o.jpg?_nc_cat=110&_nc_eui2=AeEUFMsiC1JML7R6qzFSpHDHXqV5uAUNYj4Rv6lojvkWWyYtsjStqZsFaf2rfQ_SpwFl6NwAOuMp_AeAw6WBqjArK-rBiXe9j89rXxFCwJ5vLw&_nc_oc=AQkTbPw4FvlIgvzfj4DhQ-ib8xeb-HjVyUNsjD6Ifsbt9iFcWieqtNObllK36MukuO8&_nc_ht=scontent-lax3-1.xx&oh=740a6ab8c06a992189dd52968401e059&oe=5E186A29

Sharing someone else’s work is difficult at best.  Almost impossible in some situations.  On Facebook or Pinterest so many people swap and share without linking back to the original.

I think I found the right person for this excellent picture of emotional abuse through invalidation and what it sounds like.

Poppy also shared a link for additional information.  https://livewellwithsharonmartin.com/emotional-invalidation-emotional-abuse/?fbclid=IwAR3E6DL5bGljyr0T5WNGIlwUKu1sOlxyYuM3ZKjo49oQWzxNv2WY6IC8WKQ

I found Poppy’s Mission on Facebook and I am hoping it is the right place to share.

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