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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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Emotional Verbal Abuse – Clubbing and Battering Vs. Loving and Listening

July 13th, 2014

by Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

Are you clubbing or are you loving? Is he/she clubbing or is he/she loving? From these questions, it’s obvious that this eInsight is for the batterer and the abused.

There is a significant distinction between moments of battering and moments of opening in the dialogue of couples in domestic abuse therapy. Are you aware of this distinction?

To read the complete article, please visit Emotional Verbal Abuse – Clubbing and Battering Vs. Loving and Listening

© Dr Jeanne King – Domestic Violence Prevention and Intervention

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

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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