Isolation seems like an obvious warning sign of abuse, and yet it is commonly ignored and missed. Frequently it is believed to be choice of the victim (even by the victim), and not a symptom of abuse, but it is a symptom of abuse. Why is isolation a symptom of abuse? The abuser does…Read more Let’s Talk Isolation
Recently, on Facebook, a question was posed about what factors contributed to women needing to leave a marriage and not have resources to be able to do so. Most of the answers showed that the common belief, is that women have a lack of education (i.e. career to fall back on), and they got married…Read more Who’s Abused?
People don't see my struggles with mental health. Sometimes, I don't even recognize I'm in the midst of a struggle. I realize it when I get cranky and irritable with my children. I see it when my house disintegrates into a disaster zone. I feel it when I can't sleep or when I can't wake…Read more Invisible Struggles