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What Emotional Invalidation Does To Someone And What You Can Do Instead

What having your feelings invalidated feels like, and what you can do about it for yourself and for others

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Having your feelings invalidated sucks. Being told something is too small to worry about, being seen as too dramatic, hearing that someone else has it worse, or that…

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