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Keeping Your Family Safety After An Abusive Relationship

Coercive control is a form of abuse that perpetrators use against their children after their ex-partner has separated from them. Coercive control can include violence, threats, intimidation, stalking, monitoring, emotional abuse and manipulation, interwoven with periods of seemingly caring and generous behavior as part of the overall abuse.

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