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Estranged Parents and Abused Children ~ The Conditioning of Parental Disrespect and Hate

August 2nd, 2014

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

“What’s going on between you and me has little to do with us; rather, it is more about the dynamics between you and your father/mother.” Sound familiar?

If you are a woman, you may know this as “domestic violence by proxy.” If you are a man, you more likely call it “parental alienation.” I am not suggesting that these two terms (domestic violence by proxy and parental alienation) refer to the same syndrome.

Read on to learn about the conditioning of parental disrespect and hate through domestic violence by proxy and parental alienation.

To read the complete article, please visit Estranged Parents and Abused Children ~ The Conditioning of Parental Disrespect and Hate

© Dr Jeanne King, Ph.D. – Domestic Violence Prevention and Intervention

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Abuser Flip and Defense – How Victims Become Criminals and Psychiatric Labels

July 26th, 2014

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

“Her partner (or ex) had her arrested or has backed her into a psychiatric hospital against her will.” Sound familiar?

It is sickening. If I told you how many times I heard this story, you’d run at the thought of being in an abusive relationship.

To read the complete article, please visit Abuser Flip and Defense – How Victims Become Criminals and Psychiatric Labels

© Dr Jeanne King, Ph.D. – Domestic Violence Prevention and Intervention

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Help for Abusive Relationships – What Professional Resources Can Help You Break the Cycle of Domestic Abuse?

July 22nd, 2014

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

One out of every three women will experience a domestic assault in their lifetime. That is a mind-boggling number, and it has been a referenced statistic for four decades. Even more shocking is the fact that this huge number of women represents one of the most under-served populations when it comes to healing in their abusive relationships.

What are the help options for people in battering relationships who seek to end and heal domestic abuse?

To read the complete article, please visit Help for Abusive Relationships – What Professional Resources Can Help You Break the Cycle of Domestic Abuse?

© Dr Jeanne King – Domestic Violence Prevention and Intervention

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