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Living in a Bipolar Marriage – Beating the Odds

Living in a Bipolar Marriage – Beating the Odds

With the odds stacked against bipolar marriages succeeding, come join us as we discuss with Sara Anderson her efforts to beat those odds.

According to commonly quoted statistics, 90 percent of bipolar marriages end in divorce. When one factors in the difficulties of living with somebody who cycles through depressive and manic episodes, including manic episodes in some bipolars of binge spending, or worse, hypersexuality which results in infidelity, it is not difficult to see why the odds are stacked up against a long lasting bipolar marriage.

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Putting a Stop to Verbal and Emotional Abuse

Putting a Stop to Verbal and Emotional Abuse

"You are a target, not a victim," say Shelly and Dr. Michael Marshall to those living with verbal and emotional abuse. Listen and learn how to stop the abuse.

As we heard from our guest Kellie Holly last week, verbal and emotional abuse is insidious and destructive. Once you recognize you’re in an abusive relationship, what do you do about it? Shelly and Dr. Michael Marshall say putting a stop to verbal and emotional abuse is up to you.

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Living with Verbal and Emotional Abuse

Living with Verbal and Emotional Abuse

Kellie Holly spent over 15 years in an abusive marriage. She discusses life with verbal and emotional abuse on this week's HealthyPlace Mental Health Radio Show.

It took Kellie Holly almost fifteen years to realize she was in a verbally abusive marriage, and another three to get out of it. Living with verbal and emotional abuse conditioned her to doubt her instincts, and convinced her that she was the cause of her relationship problems.

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Mending A Broken Relationship

Mending A Broken Relationship

stosnyIf you’re like me, identifying all the ways your partner contributes to your relationship problems is easy to do. Pointing fingers isn’t difficult when they’re aimed at someone else. But Dr. Steven Stosny says mending a broken relationship requires compassion, not blame.

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