If you’ve ever been pregnant and had a baby, you can understand what it takes for an emotional abuse survivor to leave her abusive relationship.
What happens when a victim finally gets up the nerve to expose her abuser? She gets put on the rack and grilled. Here’s how her abuser pulls this off.
A reader asks, “I want to be loving and gentle. But how do you do that and yet also not let yourself be manipulated or taken advantage of?”
Let’s talk about that.
Does your relationship confuse you? Do you feel stuck? I’ll show you how clarity is there for the taking, and it’s inside your very own brain.
When I was living in the thick of emotional abuse, I just wanted to be rescued. Where was my rescuer? Why didn’t God rescue me? Why didn’t someone get me out? After twenty years I discovered who was appointed to rescue me.
We believe a lie if we think that a married woman’s husband is the equivalent of God to her. Worshiping a man is not spiritual or healthy.
It takes strong love to leave an abuser. Strong love for yourself – the only person on this earth God has given you full responsibility for – and strong love for your abusive partner who wants to live life without ever confronting and slaying the monster inside.
Self-denial sounds so unselfish, but is it? Learn how self-denial can be self-preserving and destroy healthy relationships.
What is the difference between being a victim and having a victim mentality?