When loss is intermixed with abuse conflicting emotions arise that result in guilt, trust issues and the ability to leave the past and move forward. People often mourn what ‘might have been.’ Anger can result and become all consuming. What are the best ways to move forward after the separation from or death of an abuser?
From Our Blog on Abuse
In the past few weeks I have had the unique experience of hearing hundreds of personal stories of heartbreak and pain. I can tell you one thing—I have never felt so surrounded by support of those who have been where I have—but I also have never felt such a heavy...
During the second week of Bostyn’s hospitalization for her eye infection, she was moved to a different floor. I began to notice that no matter what time of day or night—every time I would walk through the hall to go see her, I would hear a baby screaming in...
Betrayal, Loss of Loved Ones, Abandonment, Mocking, and Physical Pain are part of this mortal experience, yet there is a way for Healing to occurring in each of our lives. This information comes from a speech given by Jonathan Sandberg who is a marriage and family counselor. I wanted...