Pointing out cruel behavior is not abusive. Cruel behavior is abusive. And hiding it or pretending it doesn’t exist only perpetuates abuse. Abusive people count on others to be polite and keep their mouths shut.
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Emotional abuse traumatizes both the victim and her children. What does she need to help those children recover and heal from the effects of emotional abuse in the home? This is part two of our mini-parenting series.
Dealing with an emotionally abusive spouse is hard enough, but what if you share children? How does their abuse affect the kids, and what can you do to alleviate these effects?
In episode 22 of the Flying Free podcast, Natalie and Rachel answer four questions from listeners:
1. Why do I still keep hoping my abusive spouse will change?
2. Are there book suggestions for abusive men?
3. Should I “take up my cross” and suffer – or get out of abuse?
4. Help me deal with all the sad feelings I have living with abuse!
The church is sometimes the most dangerous place for a woman to go for help when she is in an emotionally and spiritually abusive marriage. Here’s why.
In this episode, Rachel and Natalie compare and contrast their former marriages to emotionally abusive partners and their current relationships (Natalie is remarried, and Rachel is in a serious relationship).