Women who experience emotional and spiritual abuse also deal with profound betrayal by so many people. How can they learn to trust again?
The Flying Free Podcast
What does it take to get free of a destructive relationship? Here are five paradigm shifts that will rewire your brain and transform the way you think about your relationships and yourself. They may even help you get free!
Are you a card-carrying member of the People-Pleaser’s Club? Here’s how and why the skill of saying “no” can set you free.
Julie homeschooled seven children in a 900 square foot home. Even though the Bible was used against her over and over again, she clung to her faith in God, and she eventually got out.
In today’s episode, Natalie, Rachel, and Becky tackle a common issue many survivors have when they begin to set boundaries. You’ll also learn why taking all the responsibility in a relationship is never a win-win for anyone and what you can do instead!
In this episode we continue our discussion with Pastor Dave Orrison, author of the book Narcissism in the Church.
Natalie interviews Pastor Dave Orrison about how legalism breeds narcissism and vice versa. If you’ve been part of a religious organization that powers over and lays heavy burdens on its constituents, then you’ve experienced this pathological combination and the spiritual and emotional trauma it causes.
What does the Bible mean when it tells Christian wives to “submit” to their husbands? Was this kind of submission only for that culture? Is this a free ticket for men to take power over their wives? What is submission, anyway?
In spite of numerous red flags, Kary married her abusive partner when she was very young. After over two decades, she was able to save some money and get out. Now she shares some insight into what made her stay for so long and what she would do differently if she had a do-over.