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Posted by: Rachel | 2010-04-26

Quick Question

Morning,

I would just like to find out from you what you would define as an emotionally abusive relationship? Also, when would you say jealousy becomes a problem?

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Quick question, no doubt, but there's no quick answer. Both are elastic phenomena, much dependent on how the individuals themselves respond to whatever behaviours are involved. In general, within psychiatry, the criterion used for assessing whether most phenomena are pathological or problematic, is whether they significantly interfere with one's normal functioning, at home, at work and in relationships

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2010-04-26

Quick question, no doubt, but there's no quick answer. Both are elastic phenomena, much dependent on how the individuals themselves respond to whatever behaviours are involved. In general, within psychiatry, the criterion used for assessing whether most phenomena are pathological or problematic, is whether they significantly interfere with one's normal functioning, at home, at work and in relationships

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