New Life Live: October 30, 2017

Topics: Asperger’sDatingGuiltDissociative Disorder
Hosts: Steve ArterburnDr. Sheri KefferMilan Yerkovich

Caller Questions:

  1. How can I help my 63yo brother who lives in his car and may have Asperger’s? 
  2. I feel guilty over the things I did wrong in a past dating relationship; should I pursue her again? 
  3. What can I do about my delusional husband who makes false accusations? 

Suggested Resources:
Is This The One
Take Your Life Back

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2018-01-26T06:18:54+00:00

3 Comments

  1. Anonymous October 30, 2017 at 3:33 pm - Reply

    I want to comment about the last caller. I don’t believe the advice you gave her was a safe one. The narcissist/psychopath CANNOT and SHOULD NOT be confronted by the wife/girlfriend/family member because to them they see their perpetrator in the eyes of the person that says they love them. She already said that he gets emotionally violent when she confronts him in love. Any confrontation with an ex-wife will cause this guy to go BALLISTIC. My ex is a psychopath. My ex tried to kill me and accused me for 12 years of horrible things I would never do. The whole 12 years I was married to him I wondered why he made up such crazy stuff to accuse me of…Every time I confronted him in love, he was filled with rage because in his eyes, I am the perpetrator…his mother. He doesn’t consciously know this but reacts subconsciously. It was only after I left did I realize that everything he accused me of, his mom had done. Every psychopath, rapist., murderer, sees their perpetrator in the innocent victim’s eyes. You asking for the wife and ex-wife to confront this man, is putting them in harm’s way. This is dangerous territory. He’s not able to separate his wife and his ex-wife from his mother. He will just see his mother attacking him and will show rage!! I know. Thanks to my friends, they helped me escape.
    When Jesus said, “Father forgive them, they know not what they do”…he was correct. The shooter in Vegas was a victim of childhood trauma. He blocked this and doesn’t know why he was so angry but he sees his abuser in every face that he gunned down.
    I’d be happy to talk on the phone with you about my story and what God has revealed to me about this.

  2. Lisa October 31, 2017 at 12:44 am - Reply

    One caller mentioned that childhood vaccination may have negatively affected his brother. I have noticed that many people these days are concerned that financial profits have taken priority over health and safety and common sense. And they give us some basic facts : Vaccines are not run through the same rigorous trials as drugs. No one has ever done a double-blind placebo controlled study on multiple dose vaccines given multiple times. Vaccines are fiercely protected from exposure to truth. Congress protects the pharmaceutical companies from liability. In 2011 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that vaccines are “unavoidably unsafe”, even when the vaccine is properly prepared. Meanwhile our children are paying heavily. They have behavioral disorders, autism, asthma, allergies, seizures, permanent disabilities, and more. I personally am very concerned about the issue of forced vaccination. I need the prayers of human beings with Christian hearts. I thank you.

  3. Heather November 2, 2017 at 11:23 am - Reply

    I want to give a shout out to Dr. Sheri for referring one of the callers to NAMI. I am part of one of their classes, Family to family, here in Philadelphia. NAMI has been a life saver for me and my daughter and unfortunately are not known about enough. The facilitator of our group wanted to extend her appreciation for the recognition. Thanks! I love your show.

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