Tag Archives: domestic violence

Doctor, you are the gatekeeper for domestic violence in your community

August 8, 2013

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by Jeanne King, Ph.D. —  Kind, compassionate Dr. X examines his bruised patient — a victim of domestic violence — and confidently breathes a sigh of relief thinking, “Thank God, she admitted it. Now all she needs is a barracuda attorney to get her and her children to safe waters.” Not necessarily so! A barracuda […]

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Getting Grounded

November 15, 2012

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  by Dr. Larry Wilson —  Being grounded means being real, honest, authentic and present. It is having the ability to see things as they are and get on with life without needless strife or heartache. Many who need grounding are unaware of their need. Here is a short quiz about groundedness: 1. Do you […]

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How did I lose myself?

February 27, 2012

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by Dalena Watson —  There may be times and circumstances in our lives that cause us to stop and make important assessments. We may wonder: How did I get here? How did I lose myself? Feeling as if we have lost ourselves can manifest as losing focus in career goals, losing passion and purpose, or […]

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