6 Signs It’s Betrayal Bonding, Not Love

Love and relationships can be complex, and sometimes, what we think is love might be something entirely different. In this powerful video, we shed light on the concept of betrayal bonding, which often occurs in relationships involving narcissistic abuse, emotional abuse, and trauma.

A betrayal bond, also known as a trauma bond, is a psychological phenomenon that occurs when a person forms a strong emotional attachment to someone who is betraying, abusing, or causing harm to them.

If you’ve ever questioned the nature of your relationship or felt trapped in an unhealthy emotional cycle, this video is a must-watch.

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We also made a video on signs of trauma bond, not love: https://youtu.be/4EqbuAlrilQ

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Carnes, P., Philips, B. (2021). The Betrayal Bond: Breaking Free of Exploitive Relationships. Simon and Schuster.
Freyd, J. J. (1996). Betrayal trauma: The logic of forgetting childhood abuse. Harvard University Press.
Martin, S. (2016 Apr 8). What Causes Codependency? PsychCentral. psychcentral.com/blog/imperfect/2016/04/what-causes-codependency
Saeed, K. (2020 Mar 2). How Betrayal Bonds Keep You Chained to Narcissistic Abuse. Kim Saeed Therapy Blog. kimsaeed.com/2020/03/01/how-betrayal-bonds-keep-you-chained-to-narcissistic-abuse/

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