Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

How to Tell If You Are The Abuser

Very few people instantly know when they are abusing others

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If we don’t count the 1% of psychopaths among us humans, nobody sets out to be an abuser.

Yet, scores of people systematically abuse others. Some even derive immense enjoyment out of it. But they don’t see it as abuse. Deep down, under layers of consciousness, they see it as…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Martina Petkova

Martina Petkova

I tell stories about history and the human psyche.

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