My teenage daughter will admit to herself that I was verbally/emotionally abused during my marriage. I told her one day she will understand and hopefully respect me for choosing to stop the abuse in my life. She witnessed the abuse, but dosen't think "verbal" abuse is a big deal. My fault, I know, as I taught her this opinion by not sticking up for myself during the marriage. How can I deal with this, in that my hope is to get her to validate my feelings? She will not read any books I have suggested ect....
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