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Legal Abuse Syndrome

“Victims are created in two ways: by violence or by deceit.” That’s how Dr. Karin Huffer begins her book about what can happen after you are victimized–the legal system victimizes you again. This can lead to a form of post-traumatic stress disorder, which she defines as “legal abuse syndrome.” She provides eight steps for coping with the added psychological injury, so that you can recover. You’ll proceed from victim to veteran.




Overcoming the Devastation of Legal Abuse Syndrome
Warning: Protracted litigation can be hazardous to your health

By Karin Huffer, M.S., M.F.T.

“Unlike violent crime, deceptive assaults quietly wound that very sacred, inner place which is the essence of the self,” author Karin Huffer writes. “Although the attack is invisible, it is as brutal as violent assault.”

Then, after a victim has experienced this type of deadening assault, the “justice” system makes it worse.

Opposing lawyers purposely deny the truth, delay cases and attempt to deplete the victim’s resources, and the victim’s own attorney fails to provide adequate representation. Court bureaucrats lose information; judges don’t bother to discern the real facts. Some “professionals” working in the legal system are blatantly corrupt. For the victim, it is a formula for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Legal Abuse System helps victims overcome the pain caused by their psychological reaction to profound and prolonged injustice. It explains eight steps to recovery—how to transform yourself from victim to veteran.

Even if you aren’t involved in a legal battle, the eight steps to recovery listed this book can help you move past the deception and devastation of a run-in with a sociopath.

More info:

BOOK REVIEW: Legal Abuse Syndrome
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