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Ok. here is my question. I meet a man online and we had a conversation . He seems to slap women if they cheat on him. I told him these is a form of abuse ,and he say's no it's love. I have yet to meet him but he is asking me for a relationship, and told as long I don't so anything to disrespect him I will be fine. Not to judge him from his last relationships. How do I take and comprehend this information. my idea is to run. What to do? I told him that I thought of myself put in the situation of being slap by him . I do not want anything to happen to me, and do not want my 2 year to see this type of behavior. I was honestly and told I do get iriaite specially with 2 ex bf's. Just to get his response and he so no not you, and I said yes. He also mention that he knows what he want's and feels if a women that he is trying to get in a relationship.
Happy Holidays Dr. Berman,Things are improving well on my end. The Christmas Ornament I designed last year units sold out. Business is good. Mom is improving. She can now use the toilet with little assistance. She is having heel surgery in January. Joe has been a real help. He is able to launder her clothes, and sheets we change every day. Kids are doing great in school. Looking forward to the week long Christmas Break I have with them.I signed up for the toddler 2 class. I would like to get your approval for not having to take anger management weekend session. I have spoken and interacted with the PEP staff for almost a year now. They have supported and guided me well. I also did not demonstrate and angry behavior with or around you. The neuro-psychologist did not see any anger issues as well.