How to Rebuild Yourself After an Emotionally Abusive Relationship

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By Sophia Stephens on Tuesday November 27th, 2018

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Five Ways to Take Your Power Back

If I could describe the impact and aftermath of emotional abuse in one word, it would be invisible. Emotional abuse may leave no physical marks, but the depth of the scars and the weight of the pain creates a burden that people can’t see—or don’t want to.  Please continue reading

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The Emotional Legacy of Injury and Trauma

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When I was working with K., who had a hip problem (and lots of other minor things), I noticed a relationship between the stiffness in her right ankle and the pain in her left hip.  Please continue reading

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Safety First: Ending and Grieving an Abusive Relationship | Wake Up World

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October 10th, 2018

By Jennifer Deisher

Contributing writer for Wake Up World

Emotional abuse may not be as easy to recognize as physical abuse, but it can be even more damaging.  Please continue reading

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4 Things to Remember when You Feel Your Life is a Mess

Courtesy of fractal enlightenment‘He who sees his life as a process of external perfection does not fear external events.’ ~ Leo Tolstoy

Something strange happens to us as we grow out of childhood into adolescence and then adulthood. The child that once had not a care in the world, that could get over anything at the drop of a hat, that could let go, move on and overcome anything with a resilience that is rarely found in any adult becomes strikingly different as time passes. It seems as soon as the teen years begin we start having ‘problems.’ We start to stress, worry,  Please continue reading

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