To move forward, survivors of emotional and spiritual abuse need answers to questions like: How do I deal with emotional triggers?
Healing from Spiritual Abuse
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?
When religion teaches gender roles, it violates God’s design for both men and women and is an underlying cause of emotional and spiritual abuse.
Why do Christian women tend to be people pleasers? And how can they recover from the exhaustion and frustration of having to make everyone happy all the time?
There is a connection between spiritual and emotional abuse when churches use God and the Bible to power over and control Christian women.
When modern day Pharisees demand submission of half the human race rather than lifting up Christ’s Way of living in submission to one another, they continue the humanistic culture of power-over. It’s easy to do. Rules that control part of the human race make things simple. Walking by faith in the living, breathing Spirit of Christ and respecting the boundaries of other human lives is more complex and requires maturity, discernment, and a vibrant walk with Jesus. It’s not so black and white.