Tag: domesticviolence

The Couch Scene

So there’s this scene in MAID on Netflix. Alex, the main character and victim of domestic violence, sinks into a couch and into a deep dark abyss.

When victory’s due, I help you.

God also says, “When the time’s ripe, I answer you. When victory’s due, I help you.” Isaiah 49:8 My victory is due and God is here to help me battle and win. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. Historically, it’s been a rough month… Continue Reading “When victory’s due, I help you.”

To Be Held, #DVAM

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month – a month where I usually share my journey of where I’ve come from in an effort to raise awareness, spread hope, and share resources. This year, so far, I haven’t felt compelled to share anything. I actually… Continue Reading “To Be Held, #DVAM”

#1thing – Post 4 – Emotional Abuse

Emotional abuse is devasting, traumatic, and every bit as dangerous as physical abuse. The effects of emotional abuse can lead to depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, suicidal thoughts, PTSD, fear, hopelessness, shame, nightmares, racing hearts, even physical pain that is manifested by the emotional trauma.… Continue Reading “#1thing – Post 4 – Emotional Abuse”

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