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Archive for April, 2010

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Battered Men – The Responsibility of the Abused Macho Super Man

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Part of the glue that binds abusive relationships is the victim’s sense of perceived responsibility within the relationship. And battered men are as guilty in the responsibility department as are battered women.

For the Abused Man

You have to endure all and be the strongest all the time, even in the face of your greatest weakness. And you think you must draw from this strength the resources to fix everything.

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Domestic Violence Divorce – Is the Psychiatrist Lying to You?

Monday, April 26th, 2010

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

A common question battered mothers ask is, “How do I know if the psychiatrist is neutral or not?” Another way they ask the same question is, “How do I know if the doctor is lying to me?”

When you are at war with a batterer, you grow to learn that the healthcare and legal soldiers frequently take sides. And many of these players are easily enamored with your ex or soon-to-be ex.

To read the complete article, please visit Domestic Violence Divorce Is the Psychiatrist Lying to You?

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Healing Emotional Abuse Boundary Issues of Domestic Violence

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

by D. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

We hear about domestic abuse survivors’ boundary issues as though this is what got them in the abusive relationship. Well, maybe it did. However, it’s also true that their progressive dismantling of their personal boundaries is what keeps them safe while living in an abusive relationship.

If you are in an abusive relationship, you probably know what I mean. Now it may not necessarily be something that you are conscious of, but I trust you are aware of the fact that if you say “no,” to something your batterer wants, there will be consequences…emotional abuse, verbal abuse, physical abuse.

To read the complete article, please visit Healing Emotional Abuse Boundary Issues of Domestic Violence

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