9 comments on “Why Emotional Abuse and Forced Sleep Deprivation Are Effective Tools to Gain Compliance: Part 1

  1. the sleep deprivation is awful…lack of sleep not only makes you vulnerable, it turns you into a different person. Often, my abuser would fight into the wee hours. But I can’t say it was all him, I was reacting to his other abuses and pushing for a resolution. I just didn’t know.

  2. Sickening but right on. I recognized my abuser in almost every word. Hard to read, for sure, but for some, it might give clarity. I will share with my readers. Blessings!

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