Couple dated for 3.5 years and was married on July 21st by Jennifer (Jen) Romesser. Jen works at the ** in Salt Lake CIty, Utah with the husband (Taylor **), who is also a psychologist. The wife (Jodi) found out she was pregnant in September. Her husband left her a week before Xmas 2012, came back, and then left her in January 2013 again. He filed for divorce in February. Taylor kicked his wife out of their house at 8 months pregnant after months of emotionally and verbally abusing her. She went to the ER 3 times because of problems due to stress, and he didn't care.
The wife later found a note dated Dec 16 written by Jen saying that she "loved the way Taylor felt inside of her" and loved when Taylor and she "talked about their future." This awful woman even wrote that she "loved and despised their timing." Can you believe that? She is supposed to be a therapist! Talk about a crazy woman!
To make matters worse, Jen knew the couple for 4 years and was friends with Jodi! Jen even offered to throw Jodi a baby shower and lent her maternity clothes. Jen would call Jodi to offer "marriage advice" for the couple's sudden marriage problems. Turns out, Jen and Taylor started cheating together in the early fall (emotionally in Oct and physically in early Nov). Jen left her own husband (who was an usher in Jodi and Taylor's wedding) for Taylor.
Jodi was forced to move to FL to be close to her family since she was having a baby. Jen and Taylor are now openly "dating," even though he is still married to Jodi. He gave up his wonderful new wife and new baby for this home wrecker--a woman with no boundaries who also broke up another couple in the past. Jen even has 2 kids that knew Jodi and Taylor as a couple. Jen is a disgusting predator who plotted against a pregnant woman.
OH--and Jen and Taylor volunteer for ** an organization that helps VETERANS! Jen is a fraud parading around as someone with morals, who clearly doesn't have any!
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Posted By: bgfdt |
6/11/13 12:13 PM
What an awful cU nt.
But ... if your XH didn't cheat w/her, he would have w/the first available pig that said yes. I'm sorry you are going thru this, while pregnant. GL in the future.
Posted By: scivo21 |
7/31/13 1:38 PM
This may be the worst one on CV.
To start, she's got a pig nose and candy corn teeth. Talk about fuggggly.
What a SICK *****. And that note. What is she, 12? A month after fg the groom she's already wanting a future with him? And she's a psychologist? Righhhhhht. That's sane thinking. What does she tell her patients? Maybe she just screws them. Talk about more BANG for the buck!
This ***** should have her license revoked for doing something so terrible to someone. What a disgrace that she is working with our country's veterans. They deserve real help from someone with morals, not some crazy *****.
Posted By: Bamboonga |
8/21/13 7:41 AM
Oh boy do I have news for you scivo21 - she isn't just a psychologist.
She's a marriage & family counselor. Oh brutal irony...
Posted By: Bamboonga |
8/21/13 8:36 AM
xm520 - danm sorry to hear about it. I hope she's doing better...this website actually made a lot of things make sense for me. I'm a veteran with PTSD and a mild traumatic brain injury from a blast explosion I was in while serving overseas.
And I had the unfortunate luck of being her patient. During my first session with her she asked if I was married/single/divorced. I told her my wife had left me while I was overseas, then I made a rather unflattering comment about the character of people who sleep with married people.
Suffice it to say the flew off the handle, then started lecturing me about how I shouldn't be so judgmental, and how spouses only cheat because there's something they aren't getting at home. Well duh...I was deployed to a combat zone, so yeah, there was something pretty danm big missing from the marriage - namely...me...
After that she said my symptoms don't even match PTSD and she threw me out of her office, and since then she's done anything/everything in her power to try to make it appear as if I'm faking all of my symptoms and that I have neither PTSD or any TBI-related symptoms (even though 5 psychologists, 2 neurologists, 2 neuropsychologists, 5 psychiatrists, and the Chief of Neurology at USC all say I have both).
Then she called all of my other physicians/therapists at the VA and told them to cancel any/all of their future appointments with me.
To be honest, until I read this I had no idea why she'd been going to such extreme lengths to make my life a living hell. I guess I shouldn't have insulted philanderers around her.
And scivo21, I couldn't agree more - she should never have been allowed to work with vets. Ever. And there's nothing I can do about it. I just moved to Utah and don't even know anyone here. But I find it hard to believe I'm the only one she's done this to.
Posted By: Bamboonga |
8/21/13 8:55 AM
xm520 - I was just wondering, has Jodie ever considered filing charges against her for alienation of affection? Utah is one of the only states in the U.S. that has a common law allowing someone to sue for damages against a homewrecker, rather than just divorcing a spouse. I know it's probably the last thing on Jodie's mind, but raising a child alone isn't cheap, and I can only think of one person more deserving of sharing that cost.
Another thing I wondered - if Dr. Romesser was offering Jodie marriage advice, that kind of seems like forming a doctor-patient relationship. I wonder if she could lose her license if she was reported to the state licensing bureau or the American Psychological Association.
I'm not an attorney or anything, just an old disabled vet who pissed off the wrong psycho. If nobody does anything, she's going to be allowed to keep mistreating veterans and ruining lives and getting away with it forever.
Posted By: Rustynails |
9/27/13 12:09 AM
This is terrible. Sorry to the wife and child. I looked this psychologist up and saw the story. She is horrible for doing that to someone. I agree that she should not be able to be a therapist. What a hypocrite. Nothing can justify this. My cousin cheated on his wife in a similar way and then acted like it was her fault. Xm520, please let your friend now that this is what cheaters do.
Is the father even involved in his kid's life? Somehow I doubt it if he's with this person.
Oh--I say sue the b i t ch is you can! She deserves it.
Posted By: mannyc50 |
10/03/13 9:08 AM
Bamboonga- There is undoubtedly a strong "alienation of affection" case here. I work for the media and am doing a story on infidelity. I think this would make a great piece.
XM520--please consider having your friend contact me.
The fact that the groom married his wife only months before cheating would establish a 'generally' happy or at least content relationship, despite any claim he may otherwise make after commencement of his affair (as most do once they engage in EMRs). Any wedding footage (provided some was taken) could be used to demonstrate evidence of a commitment to marriage, along with any other written material.
As this woman served as their Minister, she was aware of their union and had an obligation to support them having a sustained marriage.
What's interesting is this man cheated (presumably) after he was married with a child on the way. Perhaps his child was unwanted? Many men experience a crisis of sorts when they discover their spouse is with child. The groom obviously looked up to his Minster, as a person of trust in a position of power. By virtue of their affair, she clearly influenced him away from any possibility of working things out with his pregnant wife.
The wife could definitely seek damages here. Alienation of Affection has very clear criteria, of which I'm sure could be easily proven in this case. Have the wife read this recent story. The attorney is excellent: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/**/Riverton-man -sues-his-wifes-lover-for-15-million.html?pg=all
Posted By: mannyc50 |
10/03/13 9:12 AM
It's a really compelling human interest story, none-the-less. Infidelity statistics are staggering and so many people can relate. What's sad is people leave their marriage/primary relationship for something seemingly "better," when the statistics are overwhelmingly dismal for the survival of affair relationships. In fact, it's something like only 1% of those that started as affairs end in lasting re-marriage. But those are under the very best of circumstances, generally after a long primary relationship in which spouses simply grew apart and only 1 person was unfaithful (and no children are involved).
Posted By: mannyc50 |
10/03/13 9:13 AM
Those that end under such abominable circumstances such as these are doomed, no matter how much the "new" couple try to make it work. They generally just waste years of their lives together. Children involved inevitably resent the "other woman/man," no matter how nicely they're treated by them, once they come to understand what happened. What's also interesting is the success rate for marriages to survive affairs is fairly high (much higher than the success rate of a remarriage to the other man/woman).
So, why do people pursue such nonsense? It's a good question. In this case, it sounds like the groom didn't want responsibility and likely suffered from some self-esteem problems (the unfaithful typically need continual validation). Any chance he is addicted to pills/alcohol, etc? What about the Minister? Is it possible she uses any substances, even recreationally? One could think she might. At least, that would be the lesser alternative to "she's just that selfish."
One other thing with regards to the child born from this marriage-- an argument can be made that he/she has been abandoned by the father, even if he is paying child support. If that is the case and he at all intonated wanting children from his wife prior to discovery of her pregnancy, it could be further evidence of the Minster's heavy influence on him since he left the wife after gaining knowledge of their eventual child.
Finally, this other woman was a friend and co-worker. Even if she did not serve as their Officiant, that still would suffice in an Alienation of Affection suit. The Officiant/Minister piece just makes it a slam dunk. The wife should get something for all of the pain I'm sure she's endured, with a child on the way. It would also help provide for their newborn. Just some thoughts that I hope help (and for my own selfish reasons).
Posted By: mannyc50 |
10/03/13 9:19 AM
That should have said that, "Those that start under such poor circumstances are doomed, no matter how much the new couple tries to make it work."
Posted By: jj501 |
10/26/13 10:56 AM
My husband's counselor gave us a list of referrals of psychologists who do testing for his head injury. Dr. Romesser's name was on the list. We chose her and we made an appointment through the VA. I did some research and came across this story. I spoke with my husband and we decided to request that someone else do the testing.
While I would generally disagree with public shaming of anyone, I think it's important that the public be informed that their doctor is capable of something so heinous. I pray that the wife is safe and the child is healthy.
What a terrible situation. These people are depraved. How could anyone do something so terrible to someone you pledge your life to while they are carrying your unborn child? He must have loved the wife to marry her. Men often get cold feet when their first child is on the way. But there is no excuse. This woman knew better. If she has her own kids, she really knew what a terrible thing she was doing. How twisted that she was friends with the wife.
My husband and I had trouble getting and staying pregnant. We had 2 miscarriages (one at 3 and the latest at 5 months), but we were finally blessed with an angel of our own. It is just so awful that this man loved his baby so little and could be so selfish to his wife. It is not about this terrible woman. She is trash, a ***** that no decent man would want.
This woman is just sick and a disgrace to her profession. He is barely better. But men are weak and often pulled by temptation. Yes, it takes two to tango as they say. But women have power. They act like they need to be rescued and men swoop in and lose their minds (temporarily).
A family has been broken. This woman should be ashamed but probably thinks she won a prize. God will punish her. I will pray for this family, and ask others to do the same. Anything is possible with faith. Should the wife find the courage to forgive her husband, they could find love again in their family.