I came across a post on Upworthy about a woman writing a letter of support to her neighbour experiencing domestic abuse. It made me want to write to you.
Heather Dane and Dr. Mona Lisa Schulz talk about toxic relationships in this 1 hour Hay House Radio broadcast, and I know you are going to connect to it.
Recently a dear friend and fellow-survivor lost her toxic mother and it got us to talking about grief. I sometimes wonder how I will respond when I find out .
There are days when you think nothing would be more satisfying than stooping to their level. Please climb back up to that high road if you can manage…
When abuse never takes any physical form, it can be tough to feel sure it ever happened. After all, everybody makes mistakes… no parent is perfect. Right?
For the longest time I thought there was something inherently wrong with me. I never thought I could be happy.
In this podcast about my no contact anniversary, I talk about more complicated emotions like anger and guilt, and how sometimes we feel tired of recovery.
There are a few reasons why celebrating your success is important. All of them are worth your while, and all of them will make your healing journey easier.
All survivors have those types of triggers. In fact, sometimes it can be a smell, or a song, or seeing someone in the street who looks just like our abuser.
reminds you of how brave and strong you are for standing tall in the face of your abuser. How far you have come on your journey.