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Episode 46 – Self-Advocacy: A Key to Your Healing After Emotional or Spiritual Abuse

by | Dec 27, 2019 | Advocacy, Flying Free Podcast, Learn with Natalie, Rebuilding, Survivor Identity | 1 comment

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1 Comment

  1. K

    Such a timely topic for me … as I sit writing to a pastor who knows our situation, has agreed that it is abusive (he actually called my h an anti-Christ) … and has then sat and helped my abusive spouse to “load his gun” so to speak. He has been textbook “what NOT to do” in an abusive situation for 20 months now, while I’ve been questioning his handling of the situation and trying desperately to give him information. (Loved the Mend Project sheet for pastors that you linked to.) Now I’m writing for me and I’m also writing for the one who comes after me. Hard, full of facts and quotes from the pastor’s writing. It feels pretty aggressive (not my thing) but there comes a time when you have to do it – you just have to.

    Thank you for being there and posting this when it was “my time” …


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