Thomas Fiffer explores what happens when we get comfortable with repeated abuse.
I’ve come to the conclusion that maybe it’s not that I can’t see men as victims — maybe it’s that I don’t want to see my stepdad as having been one himself, before he was an abuser.
We do not have to resign ourselves to feeling powerless.
…There is help for you today and hope for a better life and future.
Steve Garrett shares how insecurity is just a mask, obscuring who we really are.
Beaten up as a kid for being a ‘fag’ has left me wounded inside.
Will people look for me in the rafters too?
Sexism in Game of Thrones does not rely on humour to make it palatable, nor is it hidden under a veil of nostalgia.
A lot of people may be going through the same things you are. Sharing your story often inspires others.
Amy Oestreicher describes her remarkable journey of healing from trauma.
Tom Mallouk subtly and profoundly takes on on the painful subject of boyhood sexual abuse in this wrenching poem.
Addiction: is it a brain disease or a disease of choice?
They know how to exploit your guilt and insecurities, and if you keep letting them communicate with you, they will keep breaking you.
The dad gig is a tough one. It’s even worse if you didn’t have great examples in your childhood.
With his sobriety came acceptance, healing, and forgivenes—but still a divorce.