Your life isn’t over; your story isn’t over; you are not irredeemably broken. Stacey and Robin are living proof. You can be too.
To move forward, survivors of emotional and spiritual abuse need answers to questions like: How do I deal with emotional triggers?
Some Christian homes are marinating in lies and conservative churches actually promote those lies and help keep them hidden. This is abusive.
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It’s a question no one wants to ask because no one wants to experience it: How do you deal with the pain of being rejected by your family?
Relationships with adult children who grew up in abusive homes are often painful, tricky, and traumatic. How do we navigate the complicated issues that constantly arise, without repeating mistakes of the past?
Women who have suffered abuse need healing, and to get their power back. Writing your life story is a great way to do both.
She was treated to lectures from a “Godly Woman” and treated to a listening ear and food from an ex drug addict. Which one was like Jesus?
Sara’s pain was only exceeded by confusion. The key to her (and your) freedom and healing? Realizing: You are not responsible for your husband’s behavior.