Every day, three women in the U.S. are killed by intimate partners. Learn the forms of intimate partner violence, the risks and tips on what to do.
The internal battle of a victim is often the biggest hindrance in finding freedom from abuse. I will share my personal experience and how I was able to win the war within myself and leave my abuser.
When we think of domestic violence, we inevitably think of the physical aspect of this. There is a much quieter and less acknowledged form of abuse that can be just as destructive and traumatic. Is your partner playing mind games with you?
Unfortunately, a great deal of women from all age groups experience abuse from their significant others. The toll abuse takes on you mentally can drain you of who you truly are.
Many victims of psychopaths, narcissists, and borderlines can't afford to work with a psychologist to help them recover from abuse. Books are an inexpensive way to take matters into your own hands.
Emotional abuse is subtle and you may be unaware that it is even happening, as no physical injuries are inflicted. Yet, the psychological damage is far worse, causing depression and suicidal thoughts.
Abuse will leave you distraught and broken. The abuser will relentlessly attack, you but you can begin your journey out of abuse right now. Always remember that the devil only wins if you don't fight.
Abuse is not always obvious. It can be more subtle than outright physical abuse. Find out 5 important signs to watch out for...
Everyone deserves to be treated well, to be safe, and to be happy. Help is available whether you are the victim or the abuser.
Could you be a victim of gaslighting? Gaslighting is an insidious form of emotional exploitation that makes you question your own sanity. Spot the signs and discover if you are being manipulated.
A lot of women believe that the intense possessiveness and isolation an abuser smothers them with is just a flattering way to express devotion and admiration.
One of the hardest things some of us will ever experience is watching a loved one—be it a family member or friend—stay in an abusive relationship. Here's a look at why adults stay in toxic relationships and the various ways in which we can help them.