Prayer for Emotional Abuse - (2022)

It is said the emotional, verbal and mental abuse is worse than physical abuse. With physical abuse the scars heal but when someone is emotionally wounded these scars can last a lifetime if they are not properly addressed.



Wounded people wound people and so when someone has not healed from their own verbal abuse they continue the cycle by abusing others around them. Parents can wound their children emotionally and then the children go on to would their siblings and their own spouse.

Emotional abuse is not only limited to women. Men can be emotionally abused as well. Especially when it is a male looking for approval from their father and the father is an emotionally abusive person.

The first step to healing is forgiving the abuser and removing yourself from the situation. If you are in a marriage you need to seek Christian counseling as soon as possible. The sooner you can get others involved to establish some kind of accountability, the better.

How do you find spiritual healing for emotional wounds?

First you need to know that these wounds reside in your soul. It is your soul that is wounded and your spirit that is crushed. Just as the words of a person wounded you then the word of God can heal you.

You must meditate on God’s word. This is the key to your recovery. We will give you a list of scriptures to meditate on and then you can use these tips on Meditation to get the scriptures into your soul.

Proverbs 12:18 The Message (MSG) “Rash language cuts and maims, but there is healing in the words of the wise.”

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Proverbs 18:21 The Message (MSG) “Words kill, words give life; they’re either poison or fruit—you choose.”

How do you know you’re being emotionally abused? The Abuser will speak with you in a manner that is…

  • Degrading and Debasing
  • Ridiculing
  • Humiliating
  • Judging and criticizing
  • Isolating
  • Dismissing
  • Trivializing and undermining
  • Withholding emotional support, financial support, spiritual support
  • Withholding sex
  • Derisive
  • Mocking and hurtful jokes
  • Condescending looks and comments
  • Negative comments on your character and abilities
  • Threats of physical abuse, or damage to property, children or pets.
  • Name calling
  • Manipulative and controlling

At some point we all face these points from our parents, spouse or boss but it becomes abusive when it is a daily or weekly occurrence and it is a combination or one two punch of any of these points over a prolonged period. It is a slow insidious drip over a period of time. And, generally when you are happy about something or making advancement in your spiritual, personal or professional life.

This is an anti progress, anti growth spirit. And, if you do make it to your next level you will be so wounded that you won’t be able to properly perform because of your emotional or self esteem issues.

Actually, if the abuser saw the points above they would deny they are abusive. They would then begin to show you that they are only telling you thePrayer for Emotional Abuse - (1) truth for your own good. Completely justifying their actions and behavior.

Verbal Abusers like to make the abusee feel that they will never get better treatment elsewhere because they deserve the abuse, after all it is true. If they can get you to believe this lie you will never leave and then you become the lie. (Proverbs 23:7 New King James Version) “For as he thinks in his heart, so is he.”

Again, the first thing is to forgive them and get yourself out of the situation and then seek Christian counseling. If you are married ask your spouse to go to counseling with you. If they refuse then you need to go alone. Just get help. If only to get agreement from the counselor and advise on how to move forward and get healing. This is biblical.

If you can’t afford the counseling, talk to the pastor. In some churches they may have support groups that may also help.

Matthew 18:15-20 New International Version (NIV)

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15“If your brother or sister sins, go and point out their fault, just between the two of you. If they listen to you, you have won them over. 16But if they will not listen, take one or two others along, so that ‘every matter may be established by the testimony of two or three witnesses.’ 17If they still refuse to listen, tell it to the church; and if they refuse to listen even to the church, treat them as you would a pagan or a tax collector.

18“Truly I tell you, whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.

19“Again, truly I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything they ask for, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. 20For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”

Here are some scriptures for meditation:

Psalm 34:18 (NKJV) “The Lord is near to those who have a broken heart, And saves such as have a contrite spirit.”

Psalm 51:6 (NKJV) “Behold, You desire truth in the inward parts, And in the hidden part You will make me to know wisdom.”

Psalm 139:14 (NKJV) “I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.”

2 Corinthians 3:17 New International Version (NIV) “Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.”

1 John 4:18 “Love will never invoke fear. Perfect love expels fear, particularly the fear of punishment. The one who fears punishment has not been completed through love.”

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Psalm 63:3 “Your steadfast love is better than life itself, so my lips will give You all my praise.”

Romans 8:37-39 “But no matter what comes, we will always taste victory through Him who loved us. For I have every confidence that nothing—not death, life, heavenly messengers, dark spirits, the present, the future, spiritual powers, height, depth, nor any created thing—can come between us and the love of God revealed in the Anointed, Jesus our Lord.”

Isaiah 61:1-3 (NIV) “He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor and the day of vengeance of our God, to comfort all who mourn, and provide for those who grieve in Zion—to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair. They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of his splendor.”
Jeremiah 31:3 “I have loved you with an everlasting love; I have drawn you with unfailing kindness.”

The important thing for you to know is that God LOVES you. You are fearfully and wonderfully made in the image of Jesus Christ. When you truly see yourself as created, accepted, approved and loved by God you will not allow anyone to devalue you or treat you any less than what you are ….a child of the Most High God…a King and Queen in the Kingdom.

Here are the tips for biblical meditation. You will use these tips with the scriptures above to heal your soul.

Prayer for the Abuser

Father God, thank you for leading me to find the help that I need. I first forgive __________ for wounding me emotionally, verbally and mentally. I release ____________ as my first step of faith towards healing. I know that forgiving this person releases me. I ask you Lord to show ___________the error of their ways. Show them how much you love them and heal their wounds so that they will no longer wound others. I pray for everyone that is involved in this abuse ____________________, ______________________, ______________ that you will heal all of them and give wisdom and guidance to each. Send your Holy Spirit to comfort and bring healing. I pray that ________ will be open to going to counseling with me. Speak to their heart and grant them the grace to do the right thing and seek help and healing, in Jesus Name, Amen



Prayer for Emotional Abuse

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Abba Father, I acknowledge that I am your child. You made me in your image and I am beautiful. I am accepted, approved and loved by You. Give me the mind of Christ so that I can see myself as You see me. Lead me to all the scriptures in your word that will renew my mind and heal my soul. Bind up my wounds Lord. Renew me. Wash my mind clean of the words and thoughts that are a lie from the enemy. Put a filter on my mind so that I am aware of the things I reflect on. I give myself over to the Holy Spirit to stop me when I’ve given my mind and thoughts over to the enemy. Teach me how to stop the thought process and get renewed and healed. Pour out your balm of Gilead on my wounds and heal me. Heal the deepest hurt in my soul. Even the things that I don’t know needs to be healed. Put every shattered piece of my broken heart back together and heal every scar left from this trauma. In the end may there be no sign of the scars. No scar tissue in the soulish realm. Make my healing complete. Lead me to the right counselor, pastor or church that will help me in the process of restoration. You are a God who brings restoration and healing. Restore me to the joy of Your salvation. Renew a right spirit in me. Make me a new creation in Christ. Thank you for guiding me through this process. I ask that the memories associated with this wounding and trauma be erased. I bind the PTSD associated with these wounds and loose healing. I yield myself to you, in Jesus Name, Amen.

If you feel that you need additional prayer for healing your emotions write it in the comments below. Also, if you have other scriptures that you have used in your healing process, please feel free to share them so that others can be blessed by them.

Remember, you are LOVED with an EVERLASTING love.

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FAQs

What are the 5 signs of emotional abuse? ›

5 Signs of Emotional Abuse
  • They are Hyper-Critical or Judgmental Towards You. ...
  • They Ignore Boundaries or Invade Your Privacy. ...
  • They are Possessive and/or Controlling. ...
  • They are Manipulative. ...
  • They Often Dismiss You and Your Feelings.
23 May 2017

How do I stop reliving emotional abuse? ›

Below are 5 steps to help you in your healing process.
  1. Acknowledge the Abuse. Thinking about and accepting your past abuse as a real event can be very difficult to do but it's the first step to healing from your experiences. ...
  2. Change Negative Thought Patterns. ...
  3. Engage in Self Care.

What does emotional abuse do to someone? ›

Emotional and psychological abuse can have severe short- and long-term effects. This type of abuse can affect both your physical and your mental health. You may experience feelings of confusion, anxiety, shame, guilt, frequent crying, over-compliance, powerlessness, and more.

Does emotional abuse go away? ›

It can take time to heal from an emotionally abusive relationship, Williams says. A mental health professional can help you recover. But there are also strategies you can use on your own to regain your footing.

How does emotional abuse affect a woman? ›

Staying in an emotionally or verbally abusive relationship can have long-lasting effects on your physical and mental health, including leading to chronic pain, depression, or anxiety. Read more about the effects on your health. You may also: Question your memory of events: “Did that really happen?” (See Gaslighting.)

What are signs of narcissistic abuse? ›

Symptoms of Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome
  • Always Walking On Egg Shells. As a human, you tend to avoid things that remind you of terrible things in the past. ...
  • Sense of Mistrust. ...
  • Self-Isolation. ...
  • Loss of Self Worth. ...
  • Feeling Lonely. ...
  • Freezing Up. ...
  • Trouble Making Decisions. ...
  • Feeling Like You've Done Something Wrong.
23 Dec 2020

What are signs of PTSD from emotional abuse? ›

Does emotional abuse lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)?
  • angry outbursts.
  • being easily startled.
  • negative thoughts.
  • insomnia.
  • nightmares.
  • reliving the trauma (flashbacks) and experiencing physical symptoms such as rapid heartbeat.

Do I have PTSD from emotional abuse? ›

PTSD from emotional abuse is not distinguished as C-PTSD because of its emotional rather than physical nature. All PTSD, even from physical forms of trauma, is based on emotional and psychological reactions to trauma, which develop because of fear and distress.

Can you get C-PTSD from emotional abuse? ›

The traumatic experience may last months or years and usually involves feeling mistreated and trapped. Some examples of that would include: Growing up in an abusive home. Repeated sexual, physical, verbal or emotional abuse can all lead to C-PTSD.

What happens to someone after years of emotional abuse? ›

In fact, according to one study, severe emotional abuse can be as damaging as physical abuse and contribute to depression and low self-esteem. The study also suggested that emotional abuse may contribute to the development of chronic conditions such as fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.

What is the most common type of emotional abuse? ›

Verbal abuse is the most common form of emotional abuse, but it's often unrecognized, because it may be subtle and insidious.

What mental illnesses are caused by abuse? ›

Experiencing abuse or other trauma puts people at risk of developing mental health conditions, such as:
  • Anxiety disorders.
  • Depression.
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder.
  • Misusing alcohol or drugs.
  • Borderline personality disorder.
16 Feb 2021

Does emotional abuse get worse over time? ›

"Emotionally abusive relationships are more subtle." She notes that these relationships usually begin exceptionally well before problems worsen over time. "Each time, you're getting more adapted to the negative patterns, so it gets more difficult to see—as well as to leave."

How do you heal emotional pain? ›

Tips for letting go
  1. Create a positive mantra to counter the painful thoughts. ...
  2. Create physical distance. ...
  3. Do your own work. ...
  4. Practice mindfulness. ...
  5. Be gentle with yourself. ...
  6. Allow the negative emotions to flow. ...
  7. Accept that the other person may not apologize. ...
  8. Engage in self-care.

How long does it take to recover from narcissistic abuse? ›

Recovering from narcissistic abuse takes time, so you will have to remain patient. This process could take months or even years, but it's worth all of the hard work and effort. You can and will move on to find healthier and happier connections with others.

What does abuse do to the brain? ›

Researchers focus on the changes that take place in the brain as a result of abuse as well. Sadly, adults who experienced severe abuse as children show critically impaired neural connections in the brain. Parts of the brain associated with the regulation of attention, emotion, and other cognitive processes suffer.

What's an example of emotional abuse? ›

Emotional abuse can involve any of the following: Verbal abuse: yelling at you, insulting you or swearing at you. Rejection: constantly rejecting your thoughts, ideas and opinions. Gaslighting: making you doubt your own feelings and thoughts, and even your sanity, by manipulating the truth.

Why do victims of emotional abuse blame themselves? ›

According to the Mayo Clinic, it is common for victims of domestic violence to at least partially blame themselves for the situation. This is often due to the way that domestic abuse eats away at the person's confidence and self-esteem. They may even blame themselves for what is happening in the relationship.

What happens to a narcissist in the end? ›

At the end of a relationship, narcissists may become combative, passive-aggressive, hostile, and even more controlling. People with NPD often fail to understand other people's needs and values. They are hyper focused on their egos, but do not account for how their actions affect others.

What narcissists do to their victims? ›

Narcissists also gaslight or practice master manipulation, weakening and destabilizing their victims; finally, they utilize positive and negative emotions or moments to trick others. When a narcissist can't control you, they'll likely feel threatened, react with anger, and they might even start threatening you.

What is the emotional age of a narcissist? ›

According to Thomaes & Brummelman, the development of narcissism begins at around the ages of 7 or 8. This is the time when children begin to evaluate themselves according to how they perceive others.

Can emotional abuse traumatize you? ›

According to Anderson, emotional abuse can result in effects that mirror those of severe traumatic incidents. All forms of abuse can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder. While it's easy to identify physical and sexual abuse, emotional abuse can be hard to see, especially when you're in the thick of it.

What is PTSD from narcissistic abuse? ›

As a narcissistic abuse survivor, you will likely have symptoms of post-traumatic stress. Your brain will be on high alert, looking out for danger. This is because the traumatic events triggered a fight or flight response within you. As a result, anything associated with those memories can trigger an anxiety attack.

What are the 3 main symptoms for someone suffering from PTSD? ›

Reliving the traumatic event as if it were happening again (flashbacks) Upsetting dreams or nightmares about the traumatic event. Severe emotional distress or physical reactions to something that reminds you of the traumatic event.

What are 5 effects of abuse? ›

Effects of child abuse
  • low self esteem.
  • increased fear, guilt and self-blame.
  • distrust of adults or difficulty forming relationships with others.
  • disrupted attachments with those who are meant to keep them safe.
  • mental health disorders such as anxiety, attachment, post-traumatic stress and depression disorders.
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Can emotional abuse cause bipolar disorder? ›

Some experts believe that experiencing a lot of emotional distress as a child can cause bipolar disorder to develop. This could be because childhood trauma and distress can have a big effect on your ability to manage your emotions. This can include experiences like: Neglect.

Can emotional abuse cause schizophrenia? ›

Epidemiological studies show that exposure to early stress in the form of abuse and neglect in childhood increases the risk to later develop schizophrenia (Bonoldi et al., 2013).

Is crying a trauma response? ›

We often will feel sad and cry after a highly traumatic event. The crying can be a way for the nervous system to come down from the fight-or-flight response, since crying is associated with the parasympathetic nervous system which calms the mind and body.

What are the 17 symptoms of complex PTSD? ›

The 17 Most Common Symptoms of PTSD
  • Vivid Flashbacks. A PTSD flashback is when you relive your traumatic experience, and it feels like it is happening all over again right in that moment. ...
  • Nightmares. ...
  • Self-Isolation. ...
  • Depression. ...
  • Substance Abuse. ...
  • Emotional Avoidance. ...
  • Feeling on Edge, or Hyperarousal.
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How do I know if I have hidden trauma? ›

Ruminating thoughts that you can't get rid of. Not being able to let go of memories or events. A cloudy head, not being able to focus, or feeling confused. The biggest problem with trauma, according to Brené Brown, is that it takes away our ability to be vulnerable with others.

What are the long term effects of narcissistic abuse? ›

Some examples of long-term effects include mood and anxiety disorders, physical ailments such as headaches, stomachaches, or body aches, the inability to get a good night's sleep or having nightmares, and a lowered sense of self-worth.

Can emotional abuse cause trust? ›

Trust Issues

It's emotional abuse when your loved one controls your finances, withholds access to money, privacy, and emotional relationships that you depend on. Humiliation, abusive behavior, manipulation, constant criticism, and more cause trust issues in victims. This can make reaching out for help difficult.

What is gaslighting emotional abuse? ›

Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse in which a person or group causes someone to question their own sanity, memories, or perception of reality. People who experience gaslighting may feel confused, anxious, or as though they cannot trust themselves.

What's the difference between psychological and emotional abuse? ›

Many tactics of psychological abuse are also classified as emotional abuse, and vice versa. However, the distinguishing factor between the two is psychological abuse's stronger effects on a victim's mental capacity. While emotional abuse affects what people feel, psychological abuse affects what people think.

What are the six types of emotional abuse? ›

Types of emotional abuse
  • humiliating or constantly criticising a child.
  • threatening, shouting at a child or calling them names.
  • making the child the subject of jokes, or using sarcasm to hurt a child.
  • blaming and scapegoating.
  • making a child perform degrading acts.

What does trauma do to a person? ›

Initial reactions to trauma can include exhaustion, confusion, sadness, anxiety, agitation, numbness, dissociation, confusion, physical arousal, and blunted affect. Most responses are normal in that they affect most survivors and are socially acceptable, psychologically effective, and self-limited.

How does abuse affect a person in adulthood? ›

Adults who have buried their history of child abuse can continue to suffer in ways that can include post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), eating disorders, substance misuse, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, anger, guilt, learning disabilities, physical illness, disturbing memories and dissociation.

What types of Behaviours come from trauma? ›

Traumatic reactions can include a variety of responses, such as intense and ongoing emotional upset, depressive symptoms or anxiety, behavioral changes, difficulties with self-regulation, problems relating to others or forming attachments, regression or loss of previously acquired skills, attention and academic ...

What are the 3 cycles of an abusive relationship? ›

There are three stages to the cycle of violence:

This is where the battered person may feel like they are walking on eggshells. Second is the actual explosion phase where the physical abuse occurs. It can last from a few minutes to several hours. Third is the honeymoon phase.

What are the phases of emotional abuse? ›

The cycle of abuse is made up of four stages. These stages include the building of tension, the abuse incident, the reconciliation, and a period of calm.

Can emotional abuse affect you years later? ›

Emotional abuse, like physical abuse, can have long-term effects on the brain and body. These may include: loss of sense of self. doubting self-worth and abilities, which may make it harder to leave a relationship.

How do you become strong when someone hurts you emotionally? ›

15 ways to deal with someone who hurt you emotionally
  1. Think about the situation. ...
  2. Know that it's not about you. ...
  3. Focus on yourself. ...
  4. Call or text them. ...
  5. Meet new people. ...
  6. Call your friends or family to vent. ...
  7. Try and see it from another perspective. ...
  8. Remind yourself of your inner beauty.
30 Dec 2021

How do I heal myself emotionally and mentally? ›

  1. Value yourself: Treat yourself with kindness and respect, and avoid self-criticism. ...
  2. Take care of your body: Taking care of yourself physically can improve your mental health. ...
  3. Surround yourself with good people: ...
  4. Give yourself: ...
  5. Learn how to deal with stress: ...
  6. Quiet your mind: ...
  7. Set realistic goals: ...
  8. Break up the monotony:

Can your heart hurt from emotional pain? ›

Acute emotional stress, positive or negative, can cause the left ventricle of the heart to be 'stunned' or paralysed, causing heart attack-like symptoms including strong chest, arm or shoulder pains, shortness of breath, dizziness, loss of consciousness, nausea and vomiting.

Can your brain recover from narcissistic abuse? ›

Narcissistic abuse changes your brain

But, there is hope. There are reparative activities you can do to restore and rebuild your hippocampus and stop the hijacking of your psyche by your amygdala.

How does PTSD heal after narcissistic abuse? ›

For survivors of narcissistic abuse, people are often treated with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), prolonged exposure therapy, or eye movement desensitization and reprocessing.

What therapy is best for narcissistic abuse? ›

Online cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an effective type of therapy that's often used to help people when they're on the road to narcissistic abuse recovery. Working with a therapist, you can begin to: Identify the reasons why you accept abuse.

What's an example of emotional abuse? ›

Emotional abuse can involve any of the following: Verbal abuse: yelling at you, insulting you or swearing at you. Rejection: constantly rejecting your thoughts, ideas and opinions. Gaslighting: making you doubt your own feelings and thoughts, and even your sanity, by manipulating the truth.

What is gaslighting emotional abuse? ›

Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse in which a person or group causes someone to question their own sanity, memories, or perception of reality. People who experience gaslighting may feel confused, anxious, or as though they cannot trust themselves.

What is an example of psychological abuse? ›

Psychological abuse can include someone regularly: Embarrassing you in public or in front of family, friends, support workers or people you work with. Calling you names. Threatening to harm you, your pets, children, or other people who are important to you.

What determines a toxic relationship? ›

A toxic relationship is one that makes you feel unsupported, misunderstood, demeaned, or attacked. On a basic level, any relationship that makes you feel worse rather than better can become toxic over time. Toxic relationships can exist in just about any context, from the playground to the boardroom to the bedroom.

What is the most common type of emotional abuse? ›

Verbal abuse is the most common form of emotional abuse, but it's often unrecognized, because it may be subtle and insidious.

Is spreading rumors emotional abuse? ›

emotional abuse: statements intended to cause fear or cause someone to question their value or self-worth. verbal abuse: name calling, yelling, spreading rumors.

What are 10 signs of gaslighting? ›

10 Signs of Gaslighting Behaviour
  • Blatant Lies. You know the person is lying, often and with ease, yet they say they do not recognise this in their behaviour. ...
  • Deny, Deny, Deny. You know what they said. ...
  • Using What You Love Against You. ...
  • Losing Your Sense of Self. ...
  • Words Versus Actions. ...
  • Love and Flattery. ...
  • Confusion. ...
  • Projecting.
15 May 2019

What does gaslighting do to the brain? ›

Gaslighting is a form of abuse that involves a person deliberately causing someone to doubt their sanity. This may cause feelings of confusion or powerlessness. The long-term effects of gaslighting include trauma, anxiety, and depression.

What mental illnesses are caused by abuse? ›

Experiencing abuse or other trauma puts people at risk of developing mental health conditions, such as:
  • Anxiety disorders.
  • Depression.
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder.
  • Misusing alcohol or drugs.
  • Borderline personality disorder.
16 Feb 2021

What are the two types of emotional abuse? ›

Types of emotional abuse

humiliating or constantly criticising a child. threatening, shouting at a child or calling them names. making the child the subject of jokes, or using sarcasm to hurt a child.

What is the difference between psychological and emotional abuse? ›

Many tactics of psychological abuse are also classified as emotional abuse, and vice versa. However, the distinguishing factor between the two is psychological abuse's stronger effects on a victim's mental capacity. While emotional abuse affects what people feel, psychological abuse affects what people think.

What are three red flags in a relationship? ›

13 red flags in a relationship to look out for
  • Overly controlling behavior. Overly controlling behavior is a common red flag. ...
  • Lack of trust. ...
  • Feeling low self-esteem. ...
  • Physical, emotional, or mental abuse. ...
  • Substance abuse. ...
  • Narcissism. ...
  • Anger management issues. ...
  • Codependency.
1 Feb 2022

When should you give up on a relationship? ›

Here, experts explain some of the signs that indicate it may be time to let go:
  • Your needs aren't being met.
  • You're seeking those needs from others.
  • You're scared to ask for more from your partner.
  • Your friends and family don't support your relationship.
  • You feel obligated to stay with your partner.
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