Sarah Ramsey, a toxic relationship expert and author of Becoming Toxic Person Proof, helps women stuck in the healing process to recreate themselves and build lives that they love!
Reconciliation is not a requirement. It’s the desired outcome, but it can only truly take place when four things have happened.
In today’s episode, I answer listener questions about staying connected to your kids post-divorce, how to handle parental alienation, a healthy approach to decision-making, figuring out if your husband is really changing, and more!
It’s like my husband spent our marriage throwing gasoline all over our home. Nobody could see it, but I could smell the fumes. They threatened to suffocate me. I knew that if I lit a match to illuminate the truth about the gasoline, I would burn our home down. I was warned, in so many words, never to light that match.
How do we keep our kids from further harm and teach them to protect themselves when home, the very place they are supposed to be safest, is damaging to their bodies, minds, and souls? Dr. Debra Wingfield how to help children thrive, despite the challenges of an abusive home.
Emotional abuse that involved another person using God or His Word as a weapon of control is also called SPIRITUAL ABUSE, and this type of abuse is horrific in its potential to destroy one’s faith in God.
Natalie offers a ton of free resources to help Christian women in painful marriages. But the most powerful, specific, and comprehensive support is found in her Flying Free Sisterhood program. It’s sure to change your life.
When our life falls apart, our beliefs about marriage, God, the church, our identities, and the Bible are challenged. This process is often scary, confusing, and painful. It’s called deconstruction, and Stacey Wynn specializes in guiding people through it.
Natalie draws from her own story—the pains and the triumphs—to answer two listener questions from women just like you. These women have taken all the blame, and struggle with knowing their true responsibility—whether their bad marriage, and all the fallout from it, are really their fault.