Issues to Consider When Writing, Speaking, or Creating Videos

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The following suggestions are ideas that those concerned about socio-psychological abuse in groups and other situations may want to consider when they write, speak, or create videos. The bullet points are simply ideas or resources to consider. Each situation should be analyzed individually.


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