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Domestic Violence Survivors – The Key to Thriving in Spite of and After Domestic Abuse

Sunday, November 25th, 2012

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Do you believe that battered women with a spiritual practice have a less compromising path to domestic violence recovery than those without a spiritual practice?

Now at first, as I pose this question, it seems absurd to even utter that an exit out from domestic violence isn’t compromising to the abused. However, I do believe that those who embrace a spiritual practice have a tendency to weather the blow easier than those without.

To read the complete article, please visit Domestic Violence Survivors – The Key to Thriving in Spite of and After Domestic Abuse

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Abuse Dynamics After the Abusive Relationship – In You and Outside of You at the Same Time

Saturday, November 17th, 2012

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Have you ever noticed, as a battered mother, how you have difficult regressive moments while with your previously estranged adult children?

It feels like this…It’s in you and it’s outside of you at the same time. And from here, it is “icky,” as many people describe. It’s as though you’re right back where you were when you were with your abusive ex-spouse. Yet, you are engaged in an interaction with the adult child that you love and who loves you. Why do the icky feelings of the abuse dynamic return?

T read the complete article, please visit Abuse Dynamics After the Abusive Relationship
In You and Outside of You at the Same Time

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Legal Psychiatric Abuse – 5 Keys to Prevent Mental, Psychological Rape of Battered Women

Monday, November 12th, 2012

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

It doesn’t take long in this field to stumble upon a causality of the legal psychiatric system. If you are a battered woman or work with domestic abuse survivors, then you, too, know the incidence of abuse by psychiatric labeling to this vulnerable group of people.

To read the complete article, please visit Legal Psychiatric Abuse – 5 Keys to Prevent Mental, Psychological Rape of Battered Women

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