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Understanding power in relationships

Healthy relationships are important for our physical, emotional, social and spiritual wellbeing. But not every relationship is a healthy one. Abuse starts with one person trying to exert power and control over another.

 

We call this coercive control and it can be hard to spot. Elizabeth Morgan House has adapted the Duluth Model power and control wheel to help you understand what behaviours are about power and control, which can lead to physical and sexual violence, and what the healthy alternative might be.


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