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Divorce

Episode 84: How to Prepare for Your Custody Case

Episode 84: How to Prepare for Your Custody Case

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.

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Episode 82: Survivor Story – Robin

Episode 82: Survivor Story – Robin

Robin walked on eggshells and hid herself away to survive. After years in an abusive marriage, she believed God didn’t love her and that he hated divorce more than anything. She was taught that her body wasn’t her own, and her job was to make her husband happy at all costs.

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Episode 74: Survivor Story – Kathryn

Episode 74: Survivor Story – Kathryn

Kathryn loved God and tried everything she could to be a good Christian wife. But no matter what she did, her husband made sure she believed she was the poison in the relationship. Here’s how she got free.

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Episode 70: Survivor Story: Julie

Episode 70: Survivor Story: Julie

Julie homeschooled seven children in a 900 square foot home. Even though the Bible was used against her over and over again, she clung to her faith in God, and she eventually got out.

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Episode 65 – Survivor Story: Kary

Episode 65 – Survivor Story: Kary

In spite of numerous red flags, Kary married her abusive partner when she was very young. After over two decades, she was able to save some money and get out. Now she shares some insight into what made her stay for so long and what she would do differently if she had a do-over.

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Sometimes Loving Means Leaving

Sometimes Loving Means Leaving

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.

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