An abuser typically has a well-stocked arsenal of ways to exert power over you.
Abuse is a far-ranging collection of behaviors designed to maintain power and control. But how do you know if you’re in an abusive relationship?
Leaving an abusive relationship is not a decision any woman should take lightly. If you're making this life-altering decision, take the following into consideration.
If you are a woman recovering from domestic abuse, how do you heal and reclaim your life to become the person God designed you to be?
When a couple's gotten to the point of asking “Should We Stay Together for the Kids?”—it’s hard to know where to go...especially when you're wondering if it's an abusive situation. Help them begin with questions like these.
I saw a hashtag on Twitter this week about why people who have been sexually abused might choose not to report it.
Here are some practical things you can do to guard your children.
Something has shifted in our culture the last few months as hidden sexual sins—especially in the workplace—are brought into the light. Why has this happened so suddenly?
Bringing up the memories is the first step in fighting the battle.