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.
Learn how to support and nurture traumatized kids while healing from your own trauma and breaking generational patterns of abuse.
It’s hard to parent when you and your kids have experienced the trauma of emotional abuse. What do you need most to help you parent effectively?
Did your kids have a front row seat to abuse of some kind? Picking up the pieces is a daunting task. Let’s talk about that.
Emotional abuse traumatizes both the victim and her children. What does she need to help those children recover and heal from the effects of emotional abuse in the home? This is part two of our mini-parenting series.
Dealing with an emotionally abusive spouse is hard enough, but what if you share children? How does their abuse affect the kids, and what can you do to alleviate these effects?
I used to pray my kids would grow up to do great things for God. I grew up and didn’t do anything great for God, but maybe my role was to be the MOTHER of people who did great things for God. So I prayed for that. What my kids do for God isn’t what burns in my belly anymore.