Invalidating factors

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The law typically recognizes three classes of individuals who are, in general, not regarded as having a great enough understanding or mental capacity to be bound by a legal contract or agreement.These individuals without contractual capacity include: Contracts entered into by a party who lacks contractual capacity are voidable, and a void contract cannot be enforced.Emotional invalidation is when a person’s thoughts and feelings are rejected, ignored, or judged.Invalidation is emotionally upsetting for anyone, but particularly hurtful for someone who is emotionally sensitive.Invalidation disrupts relationships and creates emotional distance.When people invalidate themselves, they create alienation from the self and make building their identity very challenging.Not all mental and psychological impairments signify a lack of capacity to enter into legally binding agreements.

You never think and always make everything harder.” Blaming is always invalidating.Wanting the Best for You: People who love you want the best for you.So they may do work for you that you could do yourself.Most people would deny that they invalidate the internal experience of others.Very few would purposefully invalidate someone else.

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