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What Is DARVO and How Can It Help You Recognize Emotional Abuse in Conversations?

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The acronym “DARVO” has been floating around the internet recently, and it’s sparking important conversations about recognizing emotional abuse.

DARVO is a tactic many emotional abusers use to project their behavior onto their victims and gaslight emotional abuse survivors into believing they’re the ones who need to change their behavior — not their abusers.

DARVO stands for “Deny, Attack, and Reverse Victim and Offender.” Let’s break this down further: Deny: When an abuser is confronted about their behavior toward an abuse survivor, they may deny that they ever said or did what the survivor claims they did.

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