Author Courtney Queeney shares with us how she saw domestic violence red flags in her past relationship.
Financial issues can make you feel stuck, like your whole world is on hold. For someone leaving abuse or thinking about leaving, this can be one of biggest factors that gets in the way.
We talk with psychologist Martha Ramos Duffer about the ins and outs of deciding to start counseling, and how you can tell if it’s working for you.
To learn more about the process of starting counseling and how to find the right counselor for you, we met up with licensed clinical psychologist and motivational speaker Martha Ramos Duffer.
These inspirational stories have a focus on survivors who have found love after abuse and are starting a new chapter of their lives with a partner.
Last month we explored this topic of life after abuse and asked our Facebook community to share their own experiences finding happiness with a new partner. The responses were powerful and enlightening.
Amanda’s story details her journey from a victim of domestic violence to an empowered new bride. We hope you are as inspired at her strength and hopeful spirit as we are.
Moving on from an abusive relationship can be an incredibly hard process. If you find yourself struggling to cope and heal, consider picking up one of these books.
If you’re considering dating after domestic violence, one venue for meeting a partner is a bit more 21st century than bumping into someone at the bar: the internet.
Moving on after any breakup is challenging, but healing after an abusive relationship can be especially difficult.