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Healing from Domestic Violence – Why Heal Boundary Issues and Habits of Victimization

Sunday, February 28th, 2010

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

“When I’m with you and I suddenly notice that I have lost me to my expense, then I’m no good for you, for me or for the relationship.” This is an important learning step for domestic violence survivors.

Far too often, what they do is overlook their personal aspirations while engaged in another person. And suddenly, their interaction with the other person fails to include two whole people.

To read the complete article, please visit: Healing from Domestic Violence – Why Heal Boundary Issues and Habits of Victimization

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Domestic Violence Divorce – How Abusers Use the System to Invalidate Domestic Violence Survivors

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Victims of domestic abuse reach out to the system for help in stopping the abuse perpetrated upon them. This can involve both healthcare and law enforcement. Yet, what actually happens, more often than most people know, is that these so-called “helpers” can be used to perpetuate domestic violence “legally” during divorce.

In healthcare, it’s the psychologists and psychiatrists. These healthcare providers are frequently manipulated by abusers to aid them in establishing false claims about the domestic abuse survivors that they batter and control.

To read the complete article, please visit:  Domestic Violence Divorce – How Abusers Use the System to Invalidate Domestic Violence Survivors

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Emotional Psychological Abuse: Who Knows What’s Best for You?

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

“I know what’s best for you…better than you do.” Sound familiar?

If you are in an intimate relationship that has emotional psychological abuse, you know this message, whether delivered directly or indirectly. The message says, “You need to trust my wisdom—over your own—regarding issues specific to you.”

To read the complete article, please visit:  Emotional Psychological Abuse: Who Knows What’s Best for You?

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