Hope & Possibilities Podcast
Episode #10 Dr. Gregory Jantz Discusses What to Do About Emotional Abuse
Dr. Gregory Jantz discusses the serious and difficult issue of emotional abuse. Emotional abuse is pervasive, and its occurrence is unfortunately increasing. as much as 50 and 80 percent of adults can expect to experience emotional abuse in their lifetime.
In this valuable podcast, Dr. Jantz discusses what to do when you find yourself or a loved one in an emotionally abusive. Importantly, he provides tips and techniques you can use every day to help improve an emotionally abusive relationship.
Is your relationship repairable? Dr. Jantz provides powerful tools that can help.
There are some hard truths about emotionally abusive relationships. While Dr. Jantz remains ever hopeful about the ability to repair, heal, and grow from a difficult relationship, not every situation is salvageable. In very serious cases, there may be hope in separating for a while to calm down, reflect, and reset. But how do you know when too much damage may have been done? Certainly physical and sexual abuse are absolutely huge red flags. Dr. Jantz provides thoughts on helping one understand when “enough may be enough.”
Dr. Jantz is one of the world’s leading experts on emotional abuse, and the author of the seminal best-selling book Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse. Additionally, his award-winning treatment facility, The Center • A Place of HOPE in Edmonds, Washington, successfully treats emotionally abusive relationships using the whole person care approach to healing.
Please share this with those who may be struggling with an emotionally abusive relationship.
There is good news. Anxiety, worry and fear from abusive relationships is treatable. The Center • A Place of HOPE, the treatment facility founded by Dr. Jantz and recognized as a top 10 mental health center in the U.S., has treated thousands suffering from abusive relationships. If you or someone you care for is struggling with a difficult relationship, please call The Center today and visit with a specialist about what a treatment program can look like for you.