• Dr. Natalie D'Annibale

Updated: Jan 7



"According to Natalie D’Annibale, PsyD, LMFT in Los Angeles, 'Pedophilia often stems from a personal history of childhood sexual abuse and trauma; potentially normalizing and/or providing a particular sexual homeostasis later sought out to replicate the feelings of connection associated in earlier, sexually abusive encounters.'

In other words, this could have been normalized behavior throughout Maxwell’s childhood, depending on what she experienced in addition to her trauma."

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"Your relationship has reached a point where it is no longer working for either of you. But you do still love and care about each other, so you don’t want things to end.

Instead, you want to start over in your relationship and make things better this time around.

How do you do it?

Here are some essential tips to follow that can make your 'new' relationship happier and healthier than what has come so far."

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