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Archive for November, 2009

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Abuse and Divorce – You Are Not the Only Victim in Your Domestic Violence Divorce

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Domestic violence survivors often believe they are the only victims in their divorce proceedings. And this belief adds to their victimization. While it is true that they are indeed victimized by the partner they are divorcing, their partners may be victims of legal counsel.

Some successful, lucrative divorce law practices consist of clients that are highly motivated to litigate. And an angry, get even, gain control type of litigant is highly motivated to do all that can be done to WIN, including protracted litigation and/or the threat of litigation ad nauseam.

To read the complete article, please visit:  Abuse and Divorce – You Are Not the Only Victim in Your Domestic Violence Divorce

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Battered Man Breaks Free: A Case Study

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

From the audience of one of my first keynote speeches emerged a woman pleading me to help her dear friend whom she believed was entrapped in an abusive relationship. I informed her of the common and customary protocol for domestic violence victim advocacy intervention. That is, the abused must initiate the request for help.

Meet Abused Man X

And she said, “He is recovering from an attempted suicide.” With that, I replied, “Tell me more.” This concerned friend made the victim’s compromised psychology so clear, that I now knew we were dealing with someone who needed domestic abuse expertise and a psychotherapeutic intervention as well.

To read the complete case study, please visit:  Battered Man Breaks Free: A Case Study

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Controlling People – How to Deal with Someone Who Always Tells You That You’re Wrong

Sunday, November 15th, 2009

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

How do you deal with someone who is verbally abusive and tells you that you are always wrong? This is a good question and a concern shared by many men and women.

Have you ever noticed that some people will always come out “right” no matter what the exchange is regarding? And in order for them to hold this position, you are assigned the position of being “wrong” irrespective of actual facts.

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