‘Self-Silencing’ Potentially Deadly for Women


Repressing one’s feelings when they might threaten relationships or one’s security, and appearing outwardly agreeable “while inner feelings grow angry and resentful is what is meant by self-silencing,” said Dana Jack, a professor of psychology at Western Washington University who has pioneered research on this theory.

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