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How to Find the Golden Goose in Abuse

You know how you thought that when you met the man of your dreams he would change? And he did. For the worst. But you still held onto him because you believed that having anybody was better than having nobody.

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The 1 thing you should do to guarantee relationship success – Check Your Mate

Excerpt from The Affair – by Sue Hickey and Philippa Sklaar  http://ow.ly/Z7XG3054DEc If you’re thinking of getting married or starting a serious relationship, Check Your Mate on the list below. Don’t even think of embarking on a romance without it.

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Philippa Sklaar

Please click to go to site Philippasklaar.com We are so pleased you landed on our page. This is the exact place to be to heal and transform your life. Sue is a therapist with 30 years’ experience as a domestic abuse

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The Facebook Lie!

 Women in emotionally abusive relationships usually parade their relationships as something they are not. They spend an inordinate amount of time pretending to the world that they are a couple, and they often describe themselves as the perfect couple. They

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When loving him hurts – The Passion Paradox

 Falling in love is about excitement, yearning, desire and passion. It sounds like falling in lust would be equally appropriate. Lust is something men do. The female narrative is love. It is the lace and lavender of lust. Love…. Lust..

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When loving him hurts

 Loving hurts – inevitably. When we begin the love relationship it offers the promise of “happily ever after”. We feel excited, safe, strong, and beautiful and ready for what we only intellectually accept will be the challenges of the relationship.

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“I don’t need him to live” – An inspirational letter

 We receive many letters from women, some in crisis, some at the beginning stages of healing and some who have recovered. Tracy sent a letter this morning and with her permission I am posting it. I love what she wrote

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