Sometimes the answers are in us all the time.
I speak with Janice Selbie, religious trauma counselor, about how victims must reject toxic beliefs to escape religious domestic violence
Visual impairment did not keep this woman from escaping religious domestic abuse.
Here is Abigail’s story, the first grant winner who is not in the U.S. You will read about how abuseContinue reading “Abigail, Winner of the 2022 RBB Thriver Award”
Confusion is a tool of coercive control Learn some of the levels used by religious abusers and a resource to stop the spin cycle.
To members’ horror, domestic, sexual and child abuses have all been found among members and leaders of churches. Too often the organized church has not been prepared to deal with abuses within, denying their existence or blaming the victims. A veteran advocate of CSA (church sexual abuse) survivors in the church discusses how collusion can be overcome.
If you or someone you know is living with an abuser, he or she is overwhelmed. Even if no forceContinue reading “The Abuser’s Best Kept Secret”
Sometimes we don’t recognize the answer to our prayers is in our hands.
More awareness of gender abuse within church groups has become news recently. Doctrinal groups both reflect and shape the cultureContinue reading “New Recovery Workbook”