Encourage and Equip Yourself
Do you know what stands between a caterpillar and her butterfly destiny? A PERSONAL metamorphosis that involves a whole lot of mushy yuck.
In this article I’ll tell you what works and what doesn’t when it comes to healing from emotional abuse.
If you’re confused about who you are, you will be susceptible to the stories others tell about you. If those stories don’t match up with how you perceive yourself, you’ll feel a bit crazy. Here’s how to break out of the crazy.
Why do Christian women tend to be people pleasers? And how can they recover from the exhaustion and frustration of having to make everyone happy all the time?
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You’re the problem. An angry woman, a discontent wife, a troublemaker, the ungodly one. You’ve heard this over and over, in your mind, at church, and from your husband. Why can’t you get it together? Where do all the rage, frustration, and ugliness come from?
What if the question is the answer?
Abusers don’t ask if they are abusive.
Natalie, Daphne, and Rachel discuss the common reactions women have in destructive marriages that bring shame and confusion.
What if I lose my kids? How can I stand up for myself in the process of divorce when my husband seems to hold all the cards? How will I keep it together as I climb this ladder out of hell? These questions haunt women in abusive marriages who want to escape.
There is hope and there are answers.
Trust is risk. Trust forces us to decide what we believe, make choices based on those beliefs, and respect what others choose to believe and do. We aren’t called to control others, please everybody, or even defend our decisions. But we are called to live bravely using the knowledge, experience, and power we have.