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Gender-Based Violence Vs Narcissistic Personality Abuse Vs Intermittent Explosive Violence ~ What Is the Difference?

June 6th, 2014

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

What is the difference between gender-based violence, narcissistic personality abuse and intermittent explosive violence?  We hear these terms in the psychological and domestic abuse arenas frequently. Even though clinical psychology and domestic violence victim advocacy are as far apart as the north and South Pole, there are some common elements underlying these terms.

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© Dr Jeanne King — Domestic Violence Prevention and Intervention

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Domestic Abuse Psychology – The ABC’s of Abuse, Control and Narcissism

May 24th, 2014

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

How do you know if you are dancing with domestic abuse or interfacing with someone’s narcissistic psychopathology? That’s a question I ask myself from time to time in helping people heal abusive relationships.

The control antics are so clear. The question is: are they merely a function of the person’s tendency to grab power and control at all cost? Or, is the controlling behavior merely one of the characteristics of their psychological condition?

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What’s Wrong With You? How to Deal With Negativity in Abusive Relationships

May 17th, 2014

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Have you ever noticed how some people gravitate toward what’s wrong over what’s right? They spontaneously latch onto what may be problematic as though indulging in it makes them the problem solver.

It postures them from a place of “elevation.” At least that is how it appears to them from its onset…until one realizes they are in the pits hovering over a “problem.”

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