This is one of the few series (comic book and TV) that portrays abuse as accurate as possible. And I don’t mean just showing abuse (in fact, it RARELY does that, which I like). It conveys the emotions that all characters go through facing trauma and abuse.
This includes abusers, victims, bystanders, and even the surrounding relationships within an abusive environment. This also includes people who have not experienced abuse first-hand, but experienced the effects of it second-hand within the larger society. I feel like shows rarely do that - they just show the abuse for thrill and then leave it. Also, it really nails down what psychological and emotional abuse is like not just for the victim, but for the perpetrator as well.
I could go on and on about this show but there’s some clips of it that portray the dynamic.
The one above is in regards to psychological abuse, and abuse in general.
The one above is Jessica finally confronting him about it. One line that really stood out where Jessica says to Kilgrave: “All you ever gave me was shame, and remorse.”