Learn how to take responsibility for yourself, make decisions without fear, and move forward with hope and purpose in spite of obstacles and challenges.
Christy Bauman, licensed mental health counselor and author of new release, Theology of the Womb, talks about the female body and how the way it works tells a story about God and His love for us.
In this interview with executive director of ARMS, Stacey Womack, we talk about how survivors are often starved for affection. They’ve been told they aren’t worth much, and others have not only NOT loved survivors well, but they have actually sucked survivors dry. This leaves them emotionally emaciated. What do they need to be nourished with affection again?
Gretchen Baskerville, author of Life Saving Divorce, shares tips on how to get the most out of your single years after divorce! Even if you’re still married, you’ll discover how to lean into getting to know who you are and nurturing your friendships, gifts, and vision.
Join me in a conversation with author Cherilyn Christen Clough about the complexities of dealing with narcissistic religious abuse in your family of origin.
Natalie and Rachel answer two listener questions. 1. Help! I’m divorced and I don’t want to be single forever! 2. Yikes! My husband says I’m the narcissist! What if he is right? We want to set your fears to rest in this episode!
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.
Natalie Collins, a Gender Justice Specialist from the UK, talks about how we take back our lives from abuse as well as from patriarchal teachings that keep us stuck in abusive environments.
I think I might be going crazy. I never was before, but now I am. But it’s not like he’s ever really hurt me.