The scion of a powerful South Carolina legal dynasty, Alex Murdaugh was charged with murdering his wife and son. After a dramatic six-week trial in South Carolina, jurors took less than three hours to reach a guilty verdict after hearing how Alex Murdaugh gunned down his wife Maggie and son Paul on the family’s sprawling 1,700-acre estate. The once-powerful attorney will now spend the rest of his life in prison.
Why did this particular trial, and the top-rated Netflix documentary series, captivate a horrified nation, exposing layers of ugliness that defy understanding? “What can we learn from this unfathomable family tragedy?” questions Heather Dugan, nationally recognized relationship expert and award-winning author.
Some of Heather’s talking points include:
- Dysfunctional relationships feel normal within their asphyxiating bubble. The sooner we can consider the origins of our relational contexts, the better chance we have to build healthy futures for ourselves and our loved ones.
- Abusive, co-dependent, and other unhealthy relationships thrive because it’s easier for familiar cycles to spin on than to hit the brakes and expose the truth of imperfect lives.
- Loneliness gives rise to addiction, which is the toxic third-wheel partner in co-dependent relationships. It holds the wheel and steers the course until the cycle is broken.
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