In this interview with Patrick Doyle, we learn how to cope with the betrayal that occurs when women of faith stand up against abuse in their homes.
Flying Free Podcast
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?
Conflict is part of every relationship. So how do you know the conflict you’re experiencing is destructive? Rachel and Natalie talk about identifying abuse in the back and forth drama of being treated “nice” one day and poorly the next.
Gretchen Baskerville, author of the book, Life Saving Divorce, is back to talk with us about how women of faith can move from shame and fear into ministry and stability after divorce.
In this interview with professional therapist, author, and speaker, Judy Herman, you’ll find out how relationship patterns in your family of origin affect you as an adult. You’ll also get some tools to help you move past destructive patterns into a healthier future.
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!
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.