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Signs of financial abuse

Answer from our relationship trained AI Couple Coach:

Updated: 

March 10, 2024

Financial abuse can take various forms and can often be subtle, making it challenging to recognize. Some signs include controlling all finances, preventing access to bank accounts, limiting employment or education opportunities, using money to manipulate or control, and sabotaging efforts to earn or manage money independently. Additionally, financial abuse may involve pressuring a partner to take on debt, using money as a tool for coercion or punishment, or interfering with a partner's ability to work or earn income. If you suspect you are experiencing financial abuse or if you notice these signs in someone you care about, it's crucial to seek support from a trusted friend, family member, or professional. Financial abuse can have serious consequences for individuals and families, and it's essential to address it early to prevent further harm.

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