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Archive for December, 2011

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Domestic Violence by Proxy – Why Doesn’t Abusive Control End?

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

“Why doesn’t ‘it’ end?” ask domestic abuse survivors worldwide. That’s like questioning, why doesn’t cancer end after it has been diagnosed. Herein lies the answer. It has only been diagnosed. Without proper intervention, domestic violence by proxy progresses in one direction…it continues and it escalates.

This escalation could take on many forms, but nonetheless it has a life of its own…sustaining itself. Identifying it and bringing it to light does absolutely nothing to end the cycle of abuse.

Here are some ways I have observed domestic violence by proxy involving the psychological poisoning/manipulation of children with respect to an alienated parent….

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Abused Men – How to Spot a Battered Man Controlled by His Intimate Partner

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Would you know if your friend, brother or son was in an abusive relationship? When we ask this very question about women in abusive relationships, many people say they would indeed know. But when the same question is asked about a man, people draw a blank.

How do you know when a man is in an abusive relationship? Come with me and see what it looks like from the outside looking in at domestic abuse of men.

Here are 11 tell-tale signs that this man is battered….

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Abuse and Control – When Abusers Become Victims in Court, in Community and at Home

Monday, December 19th, 2011

by Dr. Jeanne king, Ph.D.

It is quite common for an abuser to perpetuate abuse and control by seeking to establish that you are the perpetrator and he/she is the victim. Sometimes this pattern happens in open court, other times in the police station or behind the closed doors of your own home.

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