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Emotional Abuse Signs – Why You Can’t Say No and You Can’t Stay Out of the Doghouse

Sunday, July 6th, 2014

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Have you ever noticed that irrespective of what you do, a batterer wants you to know how you have wronged them? They want you to realize and pay for an ongoing list of faults, many of which have absolutely nothing to do with you.

In other writings, I have used the term “in the doghouse” to describe the place this person wants you parked. It is almost as though they find deep pleasure in establishing that you are “the problem” even when you are unaware of a specific problem existing.

To read the complete article, please visit Emotional Abuse Signs – Why You Can’t Say No and You Can’t Stay Out of the Doghouse

© Dr Jeanne King – Domestic Violence Prevention and Intervention

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Abusive Relationships – Why You Can’t Say “No” in Your Abusive Relationship

Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

by Dr. Jeanne King, PhD.

“If there is something that you want from me and it is not naturally forthcoming from me, then I’m in trouble.” Sound familiar?

If you know domestic abuse firsthand, then you know the fear of an abusive partner’s response to your not wanting to deliver that, which is requested of you. Whether you get a whine or a fist, you know there will be a price for your saying, “no.”

To read the complete article, please read Abusive Relationships – Why You Can’t Say “No” in Your Abusive Relationship

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Domestic Violence Divorce – Are You Buying Safety in Your Domestic Abuse Divorce?

Saturday, April 19th, 2014

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Divorce attorneys get loads of bad rap because usually there is a winner and a loser in each race…so they think. Invariably someone walks away more injured than his or her opposition. And in the case of domestic violence divorce, one can walk away more compromised in court than the injury endured in their former domestic abuse home.

People (especially women) who are abused by their domestic partners look to the legal system for remedy. They seek safety for their children and for themselves…and they expect family court to dispense this so-called “security.”

To read the complete article, please visit Domestic Violence Divorce – Are You Buying Safety in Your Domestic Abuse Divorce?

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