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Overcoming Trauma: Empowering Domestic Violence Survivors During PTSD Awareness Month

PTSD Awareness

In this blog post commemorating PTSD Awareness Month for domestic violence survivors, we explore the enduring impact of trauma and the importance of raising awareness. Domestic violence leaves deep scars, both physically and psychologically, leading to conditions such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) among survivors. We emphasize the significance of this awareness month in fostering empathy, understanding, and support for survivors. The post highlights essential ways to empower survivors, including encouraging self-care, seeking professional help, building support networks, fostering empowerment and self-expression, and promoting education and advocacy. By creating a supportive environment and amplifying survivor voices, we can work towards breaking the cycle of domestic violence and helping survivors on their path to healing and recovery.

Honoring the Unseen Heroes: Domestic Violence in the Military on Memorial Day

Memorial Day

On Memorial Day, as we honor and remember the sacrifices of military heroes, it is essential to also address the issue of domestic violence within the military community. This blog post highlights the unique challenges faced by military families and the importance of supporting survivors of domestic violence in this context. By acknowledging the impact of domestic violence within the military, breaking the silence, and providing targeted support, we can create a safer and healthier environment for military families. By advocating for policies and resources that address the specific needs of this community, we can foster a culture that prevents and addresses domestic violence. Let us remember and support the unseen heroes impacted by domestic violence within the military community, striving towards a future where every member feels safe, respected, and supported.

Navigating Toxic Relationships: When Safety Takes a Backseat


In this blog post, we discuss the challenges of asserting boundaries in a toxic relationship where concerns for personal safety clash with emotional manipulation. We emphasize the importance of prioritizing self-care and setting healthy limits within the relationship. Emotional manipulation and guilt-tripping are red flags that should not be ignored. Seeking support, reflecting on the relationship’s overall health, and making decisions that align with your well-being are essential steps toward creating a healthier and more fulfilling life. Remember, you deserve to be in a relationship that respects and values your boundaries and well-being.

Empowering Survivors: Reclaiming Life After Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence

The blog post titled “Empowering Survivors: Reclaiming Life After Domestic Violence” addresses the importance of domestic violence awareness and recovery. It covers topics such as recognizing the signs of domestic violence, seeking help, and navigating legal processes. The post also explores the emotional impact of domestic violence and offers guidance on healing, rebuilding self-esteem, and establishing healthy relationships. It emphasizes the significance of self-care, community support, and advocacy in the recovery process. The blog post concludes by emphasizing the need for collective action to create a future free from domestic violence, encouraging readers to raise awareness and support survivors on their journey to reclaiming their lives.

Gaslighting: Recognizing and Coping with Emotional Abuse


The blog post discusses gaslighting, a form of emotional abuse where one person manipulates another by making them doubt their own perceptions and memory of events. The post highlights the signs of gaslighting, such as feeling confused or being blamed for things that aren’t your fault and offers coping strategies, including seeking support and practicing self-care. The post emphasizes the importance of recognizing gaslighting and seeking help if you suspect you’re being gaslit.

Abuse, Mental Health, & Suicidal Threats

Mental Health and Abuse

Not everyone who has a mental health disorder is abusive, and not everyone who is abusive necessarily has a mental health disorder. In the same respect, mental health does not excuse abuse.

Narcissistic Abuse

Narcissistic Abuse

A closer look at narcissistic behavior, abuse, and narcissistic personality disorder.

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