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Episode 36 – He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

by | Sep 18, 2019 | Flying Free Podcast, Learn with Natalie, Learning, Waking Up | 4 comments

Conflict is part of every relationship. So how do you know the conflict you’re experiencing is destructive? Rachel and Natalie talk about identifying abuse in the back and forth drama of being treated “nice” one day and poorly the next.

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4 Comments

  1. Boldly walking away

    This is such an excellent podcast in that it makes salient the daily realities of covert emotional abuse. Women often cannot articulate what is so “off,” and this lack of ability to CALL IT WHAT IT IS keeps them trapped.

    I’ve coined a new term that cracked me up (it’s too rare that I laugh at myself!), and I’d like to share it along with its definition:

    INPHALLUBLE: a prevalent and destructive Christian viewpoint that, when one has a phallus, one is never wrong.

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  2. Karen

    Do you have the links for the 2 YouTube episodes you referenced?

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    • Natalie Hoffman

      Thank you for the reminder! Just posted them above!

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