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Dr. Robin Smith applauded Mary Jo for finding her way to healing. "It's such a great model for women who are out in the world," Dr. Robin says, "who haven't been shot in the head, but they've been shot in their spirits. They've been injured, they've been betrayed and they haven't been able to find a way to create a new life. So you're a great example."

Though Mary Jo and her ex-husband are divorced, Dr. Robin says he's not off the hook. "Amy did a lot of things that were horrific, horrible and bad," she says. "What we haven't spoken about here today is the issue of Joey and how harmful and destructive a person he is."

"Your ex-husband—that's who owes you," Dr. Robin says.
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Published on November 16, 2005

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