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.
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.
Seven terrifying words: My husband changed after we got married. Now Barb wants help all the women who can relate to her story.
Many Christian women who have stayed at home, raised babies, and maybe even homeschooled their kids, gave up their careers to support their abusive husbands on the home front, and now they are faced with an impending divorce. They don’t have a bank account or a job. They often ask “How in the world do I protect myself financially during a divorce?”
When Lynn, a widow and registered nurse, met her abuser for the first time, she thought he was a safe bet. Who could be safer than a pastor and former missionary? But once he had her hooked in, he tore down her dignity and identity through shaming and neglect. Lynn shares her long journey of waking up to the shocking reality that even religious leaders can be wolves in sheep’s clothing.
If you are going into a custody battle with a toxic co-parent, attorney Wendy Hernandez has some important tips to help you prepare.
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.
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.
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.