Elisabeth Corey teaches her daughter how to draw healthy boundaries.
To stop abuse before it starts, Elisabeth Corey says we need to start with the belief systems that perpetuate it.
UVA rape survivor Elisabeth Corey has something to say to Sabrina Rubin Erdely and Rolling Stone about reporting on trauma.
Nearly everyone experiences some degree of trauma in their lives. Elisabeth Corey asks if sexual abuse survivors are really so totally different from everyone else?
Elisabeth Corey shares about how her children will not know holidays that are filled with extended family.
Jared Leto’s emotional Oscar speech about being raised by a single mother is a beautiful example of single parents are succeeding against the odds.
Elisabeth Corey asks, “Is there an innate biological inclination in boys to fill a masculine or protective role?”
Elisabeth Corey is anything but a trinket. And she doesn’t want to be treated like one.
Watch this commercial. Tell us what you think. Is this the way men should be portrayed in the media?
Elisabeth Corey had never met something she couldn’t control…before she met her son. Here’s how she learned to let go.
Elisabeth Corey grew up in a world of abuse where no one believed her. The only thing she could do was keep trying to get people to hear her words.
Only when we stop seeing victims as “others” writes Elisabeth Corey, can we make progress against crimes like human trafficking.
“For an unrecovered trauma survivor, marriage is not an intimate relationship. It’s an arrangement between two adults who are not willing to open their hearts to another person.” Elisabeth Corey knows this to be true.
Elisabeth Corey has every reason to see men as evil. But there is one reason she doesn’t.