Archive for October, 2015

If You Want To Stop Violence Against People, Stop Violence Against Animals

Monday, October 26th, 2015

Denise and Bray are right to be concerned. From Colorado to Australia, research on predictors of child abuse, domestic violence and other criminal behavior increasingly points to a link between animal abuse and violent crime.

Now law enforcement and animal safety experts — as well as veterinarians, social workers, lawyers, judges and even the FBI — are working together to redouble their efforts to identify and prosecute perpetrators in cases of animal abuse. Keeping animals safe, they argue, helps keep people safe, too.


6 Things Men Complain About In Marriage Counseling

Monday, October 12th, 2015

What do husbands talk about — and more pointedly, complain about — when they sit down with their partner and a marriage therapist?

Below, three psychotherapists who work extensively with couples share the biggest issues that men say cause friction in their marriages.


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Thomas Ramey Watson is an affiliate faculty member of Regis University's College of Professional Studies. He has served as an Episcopal chaplain (lay), trained as a psychotherapist, done postdoctoral work at Cambridge University, and was named a Research Fellow at Yale University.

In addition to his scholarly writings, he is a published author of poetry and fiction.