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COVID-19, Coercive Control, and Shared Parenting

In situations involving a coercive controlling parent, shared legal custody can be a pathway for an abusive parent to exercise power over the victim-parent and child. During this pandemic, decisions about a child's education, healthcare, and at-home life are even more critical, and the opportunities for abusers to manipulate and entrap are increased.

TAGS: #Children and Teens #Coercive Control #Covid 19

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