A reader asks: “Does love really conquer all? How do we know when or if we should stop trying to love our abuser?”
It’s inevitable. People will disapprove of us at times. What is the secret to tolerating this uncomfortable feeling in order to stay true to ourselves?
How would you feel if you found out much of what you had been taught your entire life about marriage and male/female relationships was a lie?
Just because your voice doesn’t matter to one human being (or even several), doesn’t mean it doesn’t matter. Here’s how to make it count!
Let’s pretend for a minute that your relationship is like a game of tennis. Can you visualize you and your partner on the tennis court? The game has just begun, and the ball is going back and forth. Back and forth.
What happens when Christian women decide enough is enough, and they leave their abusive marriage?
When women were asked, “What is your biggest frustration RIGHT NOW in your most important relationship?” Here’s what they said…
Say hello to a priceless resource for anyone who has experienced an emotionally or spiritually abusive relationship.
It’s like my husband spent our marriage throwing gasoline all over our home. Nobody could see it, but I could smell the fumes. They threatened to suffocate me. I knew that if I lit a match to illuminate the truth about the gasoline, I would burn our home down. I was warned, in so many words, never to light that match.
Emotional abuse is a covert, dehumanizing, psychological and spiritual reframing of reality that causes deep damage to the core of a person. Survivors of emotional abuse often struggle with depression, complex-post-traumatic-stress-disorder, muscular pain, vascular problems, brain fog, sleep disorders, and more. As long as you continue to live in the poisonous atmosphere of emotional abuse, you may wrestle with the ability to breathe the clean air of Truth and find the freedom and joy of living as the person God created you to be.