Author Jill Christensen declared her own theme for 2017 and discusses what she’s choosing to “give back.”
Abuse doesn’t always look the same, but it is NEVER right. Collette Gee explains.
Natural curiosity pushes to timidly “touch” this next step. This next step of which can never be taken back. Place a toe gingerly over the line.
One woman wonders if she loves her man.
You are only strong when she is rowing in the boat beside you, not cast aside, hidden away, buried safety underground.
Could it be our drive to be perfect or normal which forces us to compare ourselves to a standard that can never be met?
Be strong, be prepared, be focused and aware. You are the only one in this situation who has your back, never give up on yourself.
America watches and learns that their habit of watching pornography is justified by their liberal television heroes.
And yet, despite what I would be losing, deep down, I believed my life was more valuable than any home, any friend, any dream.
A new scandal in Britain has highlighted the extent of sexual abuse of boys in the game.
Whether or not she meant any harm is beside the point.
Sex and power are so often interlinked. When they are, the beautiful power of sex is degraded.
A new standard has been set. New precedents for acceptable behavior established. Abuse is now embraced as normalcy.
Learning about the three stages of rebuilding trust can help you to progress in your recovery.
Power. Right now, you have the power to heal and the power to grow. In fact, you have more power than you know and much more than you use in your everyday life. In a recent article on How to Heal from Abuse, I quoted Marianne Williamson:Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.…
I know for a fact that there are a huge number of guys out there who feel the same.