Many Lovefraud readers have loved someone, had children with that person, and then realized that you’ve gotten yourself involved in an abusive relationship.
You suspect that your partner, the mother or father of your children, has a personality disorder — and then you hear that personality disorders are highly genetic.
What do you do? And if you’re a therapist, how do you help a client in this situation?
Starting September 14, Dr. Liane Leedom will present a four-part webinar series called Overcoming Children’s Genetic Risk for Externalizing Disorders. It is designed for mental health professionals and offers continuing education credits, but parents can benefit from the information as well.