An abuse survivor sees herself mirrored in the eyes of other people. What she sees is a distortion of who she is because other people don’t really know who she is all the time. To heal, she will need to see herself through a new lens.
It takes strong love to leave an abuser. Strong love for yourself – the only person on this earth God has given you full responsibility for – and strong love for your abusive partner who wants to live life without ever confronting and slaying the monster inside.
What is the difference between being a victim and having a victim mentality?
Debby survived an abusive marriage for three decades. Find out how she coped and what happened to make her wake up and get out.
Learn how to take responsibility for yourself, make decisions without fear, and move forward with hope and purpose in spite of obstacles and challenges.
Bob and Polly Hamp join Natalie Hoffman in talking about the upcoming ReClaim conference in Hurst, Texas on January 24-26, 2020.
Join six abuse advocates as they discuss finding love post-divorce and finding a good church after being hurt by a bad one.
How to politely and truthfully respond when good people use dumb cliche’s to defend wolves.
The pastor who wrote the sermon I analyzed two years ago is now being accused of sexual abuse 17 years ago. Go figure.