9 Signs You Might Be Codependent

How many signs of codependency are true for you?

Are Your Relationship Doubts Normal or Toxic?

Relationship doubt is normal. How can you tell if yours is heathly or a sign of bigger, more serious, and perhaps dangerous issues?

The Feared Moral Inventory Of 12-Step Recovery

“Therefore, we started upon a personal inventory. This was Step Four.” – Alcoholics Anonymous, 3rd Edition, Ch. 5 (“How It Works”), pp 64-5.

Hug the Rapist

How important is it that we forgive those who harmed us?

Beyond Gender: LGBTIQ Abuse Shows It’s Time To Shift The Debate On Partner Violence

Violence plays out in highly gendered ways. But many more factors are at play.

Is It Worth the Fight?

Life can sometimes seem like a long road we no longer feel like walking. Randy Boyd tells us why to keep going.

Watch These Men Break the ‘Like Father, Like Son’ Formula

SoulPancake talks to men about the influence of their fathers and the approach they bring to being dads today.

Codependency Isn’t a Disorder, It’s a Relationship Dynamic

This covert victim-blaming further damages self-esteem & gifts abusers with an excuse for the inexcusable.

Shame: It’s A Dead-End Street

Finding the right tool to motivate change.

Let’s Talk About Male Survivors of Sexual Assault

Men are the silent survivors of sexual violence. It’s time to give them a voice.

7 Confessions From Men Who Suffer Domestic Abuse

“My wife beats me but I stay quiet for the sake of our one-year-old.” Confessions courtesy of Whisper.

5 Signs You Might Be in a Dysfunctional and Toxic Relationship

In under 4 minutes, you’ll know if your relationship is healthy or toxic.

6 Rules for Ethical, Trauma-Informed Advocacy

Christopher M. Anderson says a full understanding of trauma must inform advocacy efforts for abuse survivors.

Why I Feel Like Screaming When My Partner Is Being Nice

Thomas Fiffer shines a light on the lingering effects of emotional abuse.

Rejection: How to Let Go of Someone Who Treats You Badly

It’s tempting to stay and try to fix it. But sometimes, leaving is the only option.

A Panic Attack and Katy Perry Helped Me Embrace My Sexuality

After an emotional therapy session, Jonathan Delavan was able to come to grips with a part of his life he’d nearly forsaken.