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Systemic Abuse: The Challenge Facing Domestic Abuse Survivors, Part IV

By Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D.

What should you do when you are entangled in systemic abuse?

A) Take care of yourself: your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health.

B) Keep your eyes open: know your rights and know the laws affecting your case.

C) Understand the abuse dynamic objectively and subjectively: learn the subtle communication patterns of abusive relationships and cultivate trust in your gut.

D) Play your cards carefully: read and understand everything presented to you, and secure what’s not presented to you that is relevant to you.

E) Recognize and understand social judicial politics: be mindful that what can’t be done doesn’t mean it won’t be done.

F) Find an excellent, credible consultant who knows the enigma of systemic abuse, before you settle too deep into its devastation.

With all this in place, you can fan off the dragon. You can thrive and so can your children. We have helped hundreds of women hold their own through the roughest tides. If you need help contact, Dr. Jeanne King Consultants, LLC.

While it is true we are available to help those dealing with systemic abuse, the true intention of this article is to serve as a public broadcast, a public service for domestic abuse survivors. My goal is to make the silent crime of systemic abuse, afflicting thousands of women every year, visible. So visible that the day will come when people see systemic abuse and they say, “Oh yes, people rob banks;” rather than, “Oh my God, how can this happen!”

If you think you are facing systemic abuse, learn the subtle communication patterns of abusive relationships by taking the Intimate Partner Abuse Screen. And if you are facing systemic abuse, you will surely see it and you can overcome it before it blindsides you.

©Copyright 2002-2007 Dr. Jeanne King Consultants, LLC
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Author Biography

Dr. Jeanne King, Ph.D. is a psychologist, author, speaker and leading expert in identifying intimate partner violence and the subtle communication patterns of battering relationships. Author of All But My Soul: Abuse Beyond Control, Dr. King developed the Intimate Partner Abuse Screen to help people properly identify, understand and stop domestic abuse before it spirals out of control. For information on expert consulting on, and help with, systemic abuse, please contact Dr. Jeanne King Consultants, LLC.

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