How to Identify a Healthy Relationship: What makes a relationship healthy or unhealthy or even abusive?
Today I’d like to talk a bit about isolation as an abuse tactic. There are many ways for your abuser to isolate you from your friends, family, and any outside support. This can be done
Over the past couple of weeks, God has been revealing to me more in-depth details about my path in our ministry. He has shown me where we as a society are lacking when trying to
Traumatic bonding occurs as the result of ongoing cycles of abuse in which the intermittent reinforcement of reward and punishment creates powerful emotional bonds that are resistant to change. Within the cycle of abuse, it
Abusive people start out suave, perfect, and even too good to be true. That last one is very important. They “love bomb” their victim to reel them in. They are very manipulative and controlling people.
There are multiple types of abuse. It isn’t always obvious or aggressive. It’s not always beatings or violence. Sometimes it’s subtle or passive-aggressive. People who are abusive are generally suave and persuasive. They pull you
Red flags and signs of abuse in a relationship.