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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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I hate tinsel

  During the season of peace and goodwill we ask all women to let go of any bitterness that you may have accumulated during painful and destructive relationship. Bitterness imprisons you in your hurt and anger and the time has come

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Dumped again?

 Sue just sent me this blog to post but I insisted it needed an intro. Whenever she sends them I sit back in awe at what she produces. I like most of you, am often thrilled to dump the year

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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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Are you as sick as the secrets you keep?

 The first assignment in our book, Abuse ends when you love yourself asks the reader to tell her story. Not only is it therapeutic to tell your story but it also shows us the links and patterns that connect the

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You don’t deserve him!

 There is nothing like infidelity to play havoc with our insecurities and sense of self-worth. Our knee jerk response to the bitter pill of betrayal is that we are going to throw him out, reject him and stand tall in

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The voices in my head – do you believe the worst stories about yourself?

 One of the issues that all co-dependents share is their struggle with independent thinking. Many children are brought up in an environment that fails to nurture their confidence. The co-dependent was brought up with erratic criticism. One day something they

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