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Archive for March, 2010

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Domestic Violence Child Custody: King Solomon and the Fractured Child

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

I frequently hear patients tell me about their concerns over finding justice through the legal system when domestic violence is before divorce court. Just this week, three people cited a parallel with the King Solomon story.

The story is so very compelling that when you are living it, the biblical prose can be therapeutic. It certainly was for me in my court dilemma over a decade ago.

To read the complete article, please visit:  Domestic Violence Child Custody: King Solomon and the Fractured Child

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Verbal Emotional Abuse: Attitudes & Actions of Verbally Abusive Partners

Saturday, March 27th, 2010

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

When we think of verbal emotional abuse, we envision the name-calling and slanderous character attacks common in emotionally abusive relationships. However, these actions, while painful in and of themselves, are only a small part of the emotional verbal abuse.

The underlying attitudes of the verbally abusive husband (or wife) are as crippling to the relationship as the foul words and verbal assaults. It’s an attitude of disregard, disrespect and devaluing the very essence of the other person.

To read the complete article, please visit:  Verbal Emotional Abuse: Attitudes & Actions of Verbally Abusive Partners

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Domestic Violence Child Custody – The Psychiatric Sword

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Divorce and child custody proceedings are fertile ground for flinging psychiatric swords, particularly when domestic violence is before the court. If you are a domestic abuse survivor in family court, you either know what I mean or will know before it’s over.

Here’s what happens…

The Custody Evaluation

In good faith, you may be asked to complete a custody evaluation in preparation for a custody trial and determination. Now sometimes, the “good faith” part disappears or may not have even been there in the first place.

To read the complete article, please visit: Domestic Violence Child Custody – The Psychiatric Sword

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