Dr. Joshua Coleman

Dr. Joshua Coleman Review

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Published: 23 September 2017

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Dr. Joshua Coleman, author of When Parents Hurt, authorized Karen Elaine Jacobs to start a private Facebook support group for estranged parents. Karen promptly turned it into a Christian cult. Karen and the members nasty and exclusive to any one who is not of their religion. There were a few agnostic members of the group, and they backed off right away. I was told that I was repeatedly “violating their rules” by defending the non religious members of the group. I was forced to leave. When I emailed Dr. Joshua Coleman and told him, he did not apologize but instead added “prayers” to his repertoire of treatment. I am sure he is secular but this is a money making thing to him, strictly. He only cares about making money off the pain of others and he’s willing to lose a few members that are in the minority especially if they are not subscribing to his expensive seminars. The group is not inclusive and anyone who joins that is of another religion will be harassed and banned. They should not allow religiious talk at all. I’m sure they don’t get into politics, so why is religion allowed and sanctioned? And it’s only the christian religion, too. Like that’s the only religion in the world? It’s not. This is unethical and greedy behavior. .

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