Social justice warrior, empath, and poet Brian Crandall explores the madness of telling a domestic violence victim to “Just leave!”
The gift of 20/20 has removed the shadow, but not the aching. Unloved. Unworthy. Incapable of believing that he mattered to his sons, wife, world.
Watching the coverage of Trump, I see signs of my ex and it makes me anxious. I have spoken to many victims of domestic abuse who have been shocked at how Trump’s rhetoric sounds just like their abusers’.
What happens when mankind takes everything away by its own hand?
Facebook’s new privacy feature allows you to “Take-a-Break” from your ex without having to unfriend them.
David Pisarra explains how men are trained not to hit back, then shamed for not defending themselves.
In light of rumors that Joe Biden is going to run for president, Matthew Rozsa reflects on one of his greatest accomplishments.I have a guilty conscience. Although I respect Vice President Biden quite a bit, I recently wrote an op-ed arguing that it would be a bad idea for him to run for president. My concern…
I’m married to a man who has broken my wings. Can our relationship heal? And can I fly?
Matthew Facciani looks at how our culture provides barriers for domestic violence survivors and what we can do about it.
Ty Phillips grew up under the shadow of violence. But he’s made sure it doesn’t darken his own home.
Divorce lawyer David Pisarra looks at the universal reasons why people stay with abusive partners.
David Pisarra wants NFL linebacker and domestic violence survivor Erik Walden to know he’s not alone.
It’s a problem that transcends labels and identities. So why is no one talking about this?
To stop abuse before it starts, Elisabeth Corey says we need to start with the belief systems that perpetuate it.
Advocacy, marriage, and just getting by. Here are some conversations you might have missed.
David Pisarra offers a play-by-play analysis of the need to expand our thinking and inclusiveness on domestic violence and abuse.