If a tennis player is playing a game with someone who isn’t hitting the ball back, is that person still a real tennis player? Emotional abuse victims are often labeled as codependent. But we’d like to make a case for the idea that some victims may just be playing tennis with the wrong player, and they aren’t codependent at all.
Women who experience emotional and spiritual abuse also deal with profound betrayal by so many people. How can they learn to trust again?
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!
Emotional abuse tactics leave a target feeling confused and powerless. Learn strategies to help you recognize the tactics when they happen and respond from a place of clarity and power.
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.”
Join Natalie and Becky as they answer questions from followers of the Flying Free Facebook page including low-cost ways a survivor can move forward in the healing process. Plus, how should you respond if a pastor or someone else says there’s “two sides to every story?”
Join Natalie and Rachel as they answer two listener questions: Can My Alcoholic Husband Change? And HELP! My Ex is Dating a Flying Free Sister!
Join Natalie, Rachel, Becky, and Kim as they answer two listener questions. One – what if I don’t want to stay even if my husband seems to be changing a little? Two – how can I continue to homeschool if I end up separated or divorced?
Join six abuse advocates as they discuss finding love post-divorce and finding a good church after being hurt by a bad one.