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    This Is A Reminder That Not All Relationship Abuse Is Obvious

    The #ThatsNotLove campaign aims to show that not all abusive relationships are easily identifiable.

    One Love, an organization dedicated to helping end relationship violence, recently made a new video about the more subtle forms of emotional abuse.

    It starts off normally enough.

    With gestures that could be interpreted as either sweet or mildly controlling, depending on the context.

    Slowly, the conversations are tinged with more anger.

    And grow into actual violent acts.

    Which are all under the guise of passion/jealousy/intense love.

    Many times, emotional abuse in a relationship means slow-growing isolation from friends and peers.

    According to One Love's statistics, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men will experience relationship violence in their lifetime, and 57% of college students say it's not always easy to identify relationship abuse.

    You can watch the video in full here:

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