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Working on a relationship can be hard work. Today we'll look at the academic research surrounding "emotional labor" and then apply it to Marsha and Donnie's marriage. Promo: The Rise of King Asilas: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-rise-of-king-asilas/id1316834618 Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/targetedpodcast/ Facebook Group: htt…
 
*Refreshed file submitted as original one had overlapping audio at one point, but it may take a few hours before the new file appears on your app. If you hear a problem about 10-11 minutes into the episode, delete the episode, refresh feed, and download newer file. Today we'll examine how Marsha Brantley dealt with cognitive inconsistencies when sh…
 
We know that Marsha was a smart, tenacious, loyal woman who’d learned early in life to have faith that God would meet her needs and she could work through problems herself. It is her faith in particular that leads me to follow a new line of academic research today, Cognitive Dissonance, and discuss how it can impact someone in a domestic violence s…
 
The research indicates that Marsha was actually at a higher risk for life-threatening violence, even though on the surface she didn’t seem to be. Find out why in today's episode. Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/targetedpodcast/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TargetedPodcast/ Instagram: @targetedpodcast Twitter: @targetedpod…
 
My dear friends, I am writing and recording this brief episode after the distressing events on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 in which a group of people – rioters – mobbed the capital of the United States and attempted to stop the Constitutional duties of our legislatures. I haven't been able to focus on much else this week, so there will not be an epi…
 
Marsha Rader Brantley had personality traits that seem contradictory. Some describe her as fun, while others describe her as private and aloof. As we develop the victim profile, let’s dig into her personality as well as the situations that shaped her in her adult life. We finish the victim profile today and will be prepared to discuss domestic viol…
 
One of the things that drew me to researching the case was the lack of information about Marsha. In the news reports and 48 Hours TV show, she was a colorless wallflower who was a loner introvert. In hearing colleagues at work talk about her, though, I hear about a very different Marsha. She could be fiery, passionate, competitive, and fun. Today, …
 
When Marsha Brantley disappeared in late May or early 2009, no one reported her missing for nearly six months, not even her husband. In past episodes we established what was going on in her life throughout the first part of the year, hearing from friends and family that she was depressed, dealing with financial crisis, and had stopped interacting w…
 
Last week we discussed Marsha’s timeline from January through April 2009. Today we’ll examine the last month of her life, May, and two missed trips with friends that had been planned for June. Promos for: Malice https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/malice/id1471251398 Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/targetedpodcast/ Facebook Group: https:/…
 
A warning about background checks of internet dates and uncharacteristic behavior at writing group meetings. In the next episodes, we’ll cover the timeline, examining the months before Marsha went missing and then the period following until her disappearance was reported to law enforcement. We’ll hear from Cricket, who had been Marsha’s maid of hon…
 
Imagine that you suddenly went missing. How long would it take for someone to report it to the police? Hours? Days? Weeks? Marsha Rader Brantley disappeared from Tennessee in the spring of 2009 but it took more than six months before it was reported. Because the only person close enough to have reported her missing didn’t do it. Was he a coercively…
 
The final episode of season 3 is a Q&A with questions submitted by listeners as well as a reveal of whose story we'll be telling next season (at the 26:45 minutes mark). Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/targetedpodcast/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TargetedPodcast/ website: www.targetedpodcast.com email: targetedpodcast@gm…
 
Fiona is a bright, creative woman who experienced domestic violence from multiple men in a few different countries. Despite being the repeated target of violence, Fiona wanted better for herself and her children. She started college when she was 44 years old, continuing through until she had a master’s degree. She wrote her first book, “I Did It, Y…
 
3.15 When we ended last week, Cynthia had cut off contact with Ryan and was moving forward with her life. She had changed schools again, made a set of friends there, started dating one those boys and seemed to have Ryan firmly in her past. What happened to bring him back into her life? Abusive relationships aren’t just physical. They can happen onl…
 
As a 13-year-old, Cynthia felt like she was pretty grown up and when a 19-year-old Ryan paid her a lot of attention online, she was flattered, but knew she had to hide the relationship from her family. As a kid of divorced parents, she felt a bit neglected by them and when this man, Ryan, paid attention to her, at first it was like watering a withe…
 
As we ended last week, Marie had decided she needed to permanently leave the marriage, to divorce her husband, not just pack up the kids and leave temporarily when he was being abusive, waiting for him to cool down. She began making plans and at first, it seemed as if it was going to be a successful exit, but complications lay ahead. Facebook Page:…
 
Last week we heard about Marie’s childhood and traced the legacy of abuse in her family. She told us, "Whenever I went into my marriage, it didn't seem like a big deal that I was being abused." Today we to shift to Marie’s adult life as she reveals the abuse perpetrated by the men she loved. Promo: Invisible Choir. https://www.invisiblechoir.com. h…
 
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