Emotionally Abused Men, Parental Alienation & Dealing with an Incarcerated ExBy
In this episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck, Psychologist, Dr. Larry Friedberg, returns to answer listener questions.
Topics in the program include:
The Emotionally Abused Male: Does your relationship with your girlfriend or wife leave you feeling bad about yourself? Do you frequently feel misunderstood, rejected, vilified and devalued in your relationship? Do you feel trapped or stuck? Do you believe it’s possible for men to be emotionally abused by women? Believe it. It happens all the time.
The stereotype of an abusive relationship is that of a man physically beating a woman. Society has yet to acknowledge the vast number of women who emotionally abuse men. In fact, the men who are being abused oftentimes don’t realize that their wife’s or girlfriend’s behavior is abusive. A listener phones in his question to Dr. Friedberg.
Parental Alienation: A listener writes Dr. Friedberg regarding her ex’s attempt to alienate their children from her. She is without money or resources and is looking for guidance on how to deal with this situation.
Dealing with an Incarcerated Ex: Divorce is never easy. Imagine trying to raise your children on your own, with no help from your ex, because he is in prison for molesting your young daughter’s girlfriend. Dr. Friedberg answers a difficult listener question.
If you would like to ask Dr. Friedberg a question, write us at: DivorceSourceRadio@gmail.com or phone your question into our Listener Line at(248) 686-2256. For more on Dr. Friedberg, visit: www.DrLarryFriedberg.com.