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?
While Julie experienced more overt abuse during her formative years, she ended up married to a quiet, covert abuser with a hidden lifestyle.
“The hidden abuse made far more lasting marks on my soul than the overt abuse I experienced as a child ever did.”
Find out what helped her decide to pay the price for freedom.
Have you ever loved someone you can’t reach? Someone who hurts you and pushes you away, but you know they desperately need your love? Sometimes we have to love them from a distance.
Coach and author, Polly Hamp, shares her inspiring journey of healing after trauma and how she created a beautiful resource to help you overcome your own trauma.
When we lose control and get to the end of ourselves, we have the opportunity to experience peace. Here are three reasons this works.
The holidays have a way of making abusive relationships, separation, and divorce even worse. Families get split, take sides, and cause more hurt and pain than we think we can bear. Let’s talk about how to cope during “the most wonderful time of the year.”
The holidays are not always a time to laugh and dance. Sometimes they are a time to cry and grieve.
When a hurting woman finally puts herself in the vulnerable position of reaching out for help from her church, she often experiences one of the most egregious, shocking, and damaging phases of her journey: rejection and vilification from her church family.
In today’s episode, Rachel and Natalie answer three questions from listeners: How do I forgive my abuser? How do I deal with the emotional pain of losing my marriage? Why do my older kids side with their abusive father?