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Healing From Abuse – How Boundaries, Berries and Bouncing Helped Me Heal

Sunday, April 29th, 2012

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

People worldwide repeatedly ask questions about how to heal after an abusive relationship. And I’m reminded of the 3 B’s: Boundaries, Berries and Bouncing.

Boundaries Begin with Self Boundaries

We’ve all heard of the importance of cultivating clear boundaries to offset the dysfunctional dynamics of abusive relationships. Yet, many people convince themselves that this means learning to say “no” to other people. My belief is that it all begins with saying “yes” and saying “no” first to oneself.

We are with others as we are with ourselves. And we train others how to be with us by the way we are with them.

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Parental Alienation – How to Deal With The Love Without Boarders

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

“Parental alienation” is a highly political term with mixed meanings for many folks. If you are on the accused side of parental alienation, as are many battered mothers, you know the pain of these words. These two words may have served as the sword severing you from your abused children.

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Domestic Violence Abuse – What Is Domestic Violence?

Friday, April 20th, 2012

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Clare is an upper middle class suburban semi-retiree, enjoying a second career of loving and promoting art. She thought that domestic abuse was about hitting until the day she awaken unto the fact that her marital pain was due to psychological and emotional abuse.

She had no idea that the day in and day out mental manipulations and twisting of her heart strings was all about psychological control. The emotional dependency cultivated in her relationship blindsided her to the personal oppression and financial abuse ahead.

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