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Spousal Emotional Abuse and Financial Control – How to Break the Cycle of Financial Abuse

Saturday, August 28th, 2010

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

“Here’s your monthly allowance, dear. It’s yours to spend as you wish.”… “By the way, please write a check to cover…” “And while you’re at it, I’d like to review your checkbook to see how you are spending the rest.” Sound familiar?

Financial abuse” is the customary name for this form of spousal emotional abuse. It’s one of the popular power and control tactics used to foster dependency and dominance in intimate relationships. Essentially, it violates one’s personal autonomy and emotional integrity.

To read the complete article, visit Spousal Emotional Abuse and Financial Control – How to Break the Cycle of Financial Abuse

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Child Abuse Custody – When Psychiatrics and Family Law Collide

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

“My child is being abused at her father’s home. When she reaches out to mental healthcare providers and I reach out to my attorney, all hell breaks lose and the helpers can’t tell what’s really going on.” Sound familiar?

Most people realize that mental health and family law need each other, but fail to recognize how the actions of one blind the other in the context of child abuse custody disputes.

To read the complete article, visit  Child Abuse Custody – When Psychiatrics and Family Law Collide

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Controlling Relationship – Appeasement vs. Authenticity with a Controlling Spouse

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

“What I don’t understand about her/him is she/he doesn’t see things as I do.” Sound familiar?

It doesn’t really matter what side of the fence you’re on, we can all relate to this comment. Sometimes we get so fixated in our wanting the other person to have or adopt our thinking that we fail to appreciate theirs.

To read the complete article, visit Controlling Relationship – Appeasement vs. Authenticity with a Controlling Spouse

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