I often hear survivors stress out at the prospect of meeting —and talking to—their abuser. Here are some pointers on dealing with Difficult Conversations.

I have often heard survivors stress out at the prospect of having to meet with—and talk to—their abuser. Or maybe some Flying Monkeys. This often happens when a target first tries to put up some personal boundaries. But it can also even happen once we’ve left an abusive relationship. In fact, every single survivor I’ve ever met has had to deal with further abuse and confrontations after the fact. Whether through the courts, ambushes, or letters the abuser always tries to find ways to continue their reign of terror.

This module contains the following sections

  • The Basics: Peace, Power, Strategy
  • 10 Things to Keep in Mind While Preparing
  • Communicating From Your Zone of Genius (Download)

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While I may technically be the Director here at SwanWaters, my unofficial title is Healing Cheerleader! I’m a survivor of childhood emotional abuse and workplace bullying. And believe me when I say that I’ve walked the walk when it comes to healing from trauma. I firmly believe that we can undo some of the damage that abuse has done to us, and learn the necessary skills to handle life and all it brings us.

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