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9 Books On Emotional Abuse In Marriage

This article showcases our top picks for the ‘Books On Emotional Abuse In Marriage’. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

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Signs Of Emotional Abuse by Lana Otoya

This product was recommended by Lana Otoya from Millennialships

I believe this book is unique because it speaks specifically to finding that line between just normal behaviour and abuse. Everyone can be a little “abusive” at times, we have all gotten angry at our partners or been passive aggressive. But when do actions like this cross the line into abuse? Very exaggerated forms of abuse like yelling insults close to a person’s face or punching the walls can be more obvious, but what about just getting angry on a regular basis? These are the kinds of questions that make emotional abuse so difficult to pinpoint an it leaves victims feeling confused. They’re unsure if they are in a situation that is “normal”. This book helps readers draw that line in the sand so they can feel confident if they are experiencing abuse or not.


Is It Me? Making Sense of Your Confusing Marriage by Natalie Hoffman

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

This book is for the woman in the pew who somehow, by God’s divine intervention, finds it in her hand and has to catch her breath because she suddenly feels like she’s free-falling.


The Emotionally Destructive Marriage by Leslie Vernick

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

The Emotionally Destructive Marriage by Leslie Vernick offers a personalized path forward. Based on decades of counseling experience, her intensely practical, biblical advice will show you how to establish boundaries and break free from emotional abuse.


The Covert Passive Aggressive Narcissist by Debbie Mirza

This product was recommended by Jennifer Willy from Etia

The Covert Passive-Aggressive Narcissist by Debbie Mirza is the most comprehensive and helpful book on the topic of covert narcissism. It deals with a list of traits of the covert narcissist and how they look like in daily life, a checklist to see if you are with a covert narcissist, descriptions of covertly narcissistic parents Information on what it looks like to have a covertly narcissistic boss or co-worker, etc.


Psychopath Free by Jackson MacKenzie

This product was recommended by Samantha Moss from Romantific

This book will help you recover from an emotionally abusive relationship. This book will help and guide you to heal after suffering abuse.


Boundaries by Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend

This product was recommended by Samantha Moss from Romantific

This book helps you to distinguish when to say yes and when to say no to be in control of your life. It’s a list of biblically-based answers to questions such as how should I set boundaries? Or can I still say I love someone even if I set boundaries?


Why Does He Do That by Lundy Bancroft

This product was recommended by Samantha Moss from Romantific

This book highlights how the abusers think and teaches the abused to recognize when they are being controlled. It also gives you a list of early warning signs that could help you prevent falling victim and also guides you on how you can safely steer away from the abuse.


Emotional Abuse by Austin James

This product was recommended by Sonya Schwartz from Her Norm

What I like about this book is that it showcases all the emotional abuse and gives explanations on why they do such things. This also gives readers insights and guidance about emotional abuse. You will be surprised at what are the causes of these kinds of behavior which are interesting to learn about.


The Emotionally Abusive Relationship By Beverly Engel

This product was recommended by Michelle Devani from lovedevani

This book will help you understand what emotional abuse is and how to cope up with it. The author shares different stories of abuse and gives advice about the healing process. It also allows you to be aware of the strategies you can use in your relationship that can make you and your partner avoid having an abusive relationship.

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