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This Podcast, as most Wondery productions, is very exciting & hard not a to finish in one day! Great job all! Can’t wait for future updates on this podcast! Hard to believe that Marty was so easily led by Ike. But he was sneaky and skilled. He would have made a very good cult leader.
They lost me halfway through episode 3. Am I supposed to feel bad for Marty?
This pod hit close to home for me as I was in a relationship with my doctor and ended up married to him and living through a nightmare! He took me for lots of mon but I am lucky to be alive and well away from him. This pod helped validate that this can happen to anyone.
A disturbing story of a shrink using all the tools of an abuser to control vulnerable patients. My heart goes out to his patients who were abused by this monster.
A cautionary tale about a person in a position of power and a vulnerable individual. You won’t be able to stop listening so interesting and shocking.
I love the way you have the actual people talking to you, real recorded voices not just reading something. It’s as if I am watching a show on TV. The content is excellent and I look forward to more stories.
How can people be so weak and easy to manipulate? SHAME ON YOU
What an amazingly sad story. At the end I found myself screaming 30 years!! Over and over. I’m very close to my siblings though they have done things that could have easily lead me to no longer speak to them for a time. Stealing something so special from someone should be a crime. I wont speak to my father possibly until his death bed, only God can tell. But for “Judy” to have had that opportunity taken from her will understandably forever haunt her. My mother put me in therapy very young because of abuse by my fathers hand along with his wife. I consider myself an expert on therapists, at least in my family compared to my siblings who are just now in adult hood, venturing out to find their own and heal from their abuse. To think that one of my many therapists would have and part in share a house or income with me while I pay them for their services is atrocious. May Marty and the others find peace in this documentary and in their souls. How anyone could argue and say any of this is appropriate in anyway is beyond me.
This podcast is well produced and interesting to listen to while I’m doing mundane housework (like the dishes). I’m only on episode 3 so far, but honestly, I don’t feel bad for Marty. He allowed all of this to happen to him. He isn’t an innocent bystander.
I think you are wrong. I guess we will have a lot of answers in the final episodes. But the story, to date, shows an extreme case of perverse narcissist. The like of Harvey Weinstein and so many others. You wonder how these people can live like normal people in our society, for so long, and even look successful, until they are uncovered. All clients of Ike had strengths that could be exploited to his benefit, while also having fundamental weaknesses that allowed them to be manipulated. I like the narrative. So strange, so gloomy, so mesmerizing. Can’t wait to know the end of the story.
Like the true crime stories How stupid was this guy to do this. Geez. This Marty guy was really had some screws loose
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Spent a long road trip listing to this from start to finish. Loved it!
Well written, great content- albeit hard to believe there are people like Ike out there.
The Jewish Godfather! Great listening
Never look a gift Chuck Norris in the mouth, because he will bite your damn eyes off.
It was at times uncomfortable listening but thoroughly worthwhile. So sad to think a man’s life was so affected by the greed and ego of a health professional. I hope there is justice in the end.
This story is so crazy! It’s unbelievable! Definitely worth a listen
Absolutely shocking story told wonderfully!!
Stumbled across this podcast and glad I did. Fascinating story, well produced and riveting.
This is a well narrated and interesting story. I’m glad this story was told to expose evil Ike. He is so abusive and manipulative and prays on vulnerable people who came to him for help ... so disturbing. The manipulation and mind games make me cringe. It’s so awesome that Marty lived next door to a reporter and this story got told.
The nerve of this guy is second to none. Using his practice to manipulate people is as low as it gets. He’s on the radar of everyone now thanks to this brilliant podcast. Now his Jewish community should reject him and his fake values. He should be locked up and liable for white collar crime. What a piece of $#*%
Good production, was very intrigued to see where we were going but it didn’t have a satisfying conclusion. And the episodes since have all been a bit glad. I’m not sure if this is common but trailers advertising new shows are popping up. 3 in a row now. I have to unsubscribe. I’m not interested in an advertising tool. GB
Very good podcast as with all the other ones. Clearly what happened to Martty is completely wrong but i also can’t help but to feel he brought it all on himself. I’m surprised how a man with his acumen can loose control of himself and his affairs to this extent. GB
a shocking story but also a hooking one! I can’t stop listening 😃 GB
The greatest good you can do for another is not just to share your riches but to reveal to him his own.
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