In an emotionally abusive marriage, you need to set boundaries with your partner. Here’s what to do if you get accused of “tearing down your house.”
Abusive people almost always demand reconciliation with their victims. Why is that? What is their motivation? And do victims owe their abusers trust and relationship after having prior trust and relationship violated over and over again?
How to politely and truthfully respond when good people use dumb cliche’s to defend wolves.
Come learn a game especially designed for adults who have to deal with children in adult bodies on a regular basis.
In this interview with professional therapist, author, and speaker, Judy Herman, you’ll find out how relationship patterns in your family of origin affect you as an adult. You’ll also get some tools to help you move past destructive patterns into a healthier future.
Join me in a conversation with author Cherilyn Christen Clough about the complexities of dealing with narcissistic religious abuse in your family of origin.
Emotional abusers write confusing, passive aggressive letters to their targets. Let’s analyze one so we can find the mouse turd at the bottom of the lemonade.
Pointing out cruel behavior is not abusive. Cruel behavior is abusive. And hiding it or pretending it doesn’t exist only perpetuates abuse. Abusive people count on others to be polite and keep their mouths shut.
Learning how to make decisions for your life is difficult if you’ve always let everyone else decide for you. Today we talk about four important truths you need to learn in order to start making necessary change in your own life.