Escape from Abuse is hard, and it almost always means an uptick in the abuse itself. It is therefore important that you plan, prepare, get help and keep yourself safe.
Once we escape the abuse, we are left with no sense of healthy boundaries. We don’t know how to set and maintain them, and feel guilty for even wanting to.
For some, time spent with family is simply terrifying, and the experience can leave us feel emotionally drained and unbalanced for days -if not weeks- after
Stress is a common feature of modern life, especially when you are dealing with toxic people. So, here are resources to help you handle stress like a pro!
This month we have been looking at handling holidays stress. We are not the only ones, there are many more fantastic and highly useful resources out there.
Not only did I receive a compliment, I received a compliment from someone she was still trying to impress AND who was a professional in this field…
My mother FORBIDS my father (who is supposed to be an adult, I rush to point out) to eat ice cream. So, here is what he does to get his way
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.
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