Domestic violence

Beautiful Voices Guest Blog

Beautiful Voices I’m so grateful to be a part of The Beautiful Voices series. It has inspired me to start a series for those who are Following Their Song by ending the generational cycle of violence, saying no more to abuse in any form and setting the example for others to follow, by paving their own path. If you or ...

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Enablers, flying monkeys and cowards

There are many names out there for those that help abusers to do what they do. Abusers do not operate in a vacuum. They have a team of accomplices that help them with their dirty work. These accomplices are the family members and people that help the abuser to abuse.  In many cases they are not just the abusers family ...

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Are you a victim or a survivor?

Written by Anne-Marie Wiesman Victim, it’s an interesting word. At first it can make you feel validated for the hell you have been through, but as you work through your recovery it can end up making you feel offended rather than validated. For example when I confronted my Narcissistic mother over the phone about her not coming to my wedding ...

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Abuse and the family system

I have this cousin god is she gorgeous. Unfortunately she allows men to treat her horribly and abuse her. I won’t get into the details, but what she has gone through is horrendous. I always wonder what had to happen to her to ever allow it to happen. Why is she attracting these sort of relationships? Why is this her ...

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Fighting against vs surrender

I was a fighter! When my daughter was legally kidnapped right from school by my abuser, I was going to hold signs up and call the newspapers and protest and fight, fight, fight against the family courts and all the injustices that are happening. I was going to go to DC and stand in front of the White House contact ...

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Recovery is a process, go easy on yourself.

Recovery begins at different times for everyone, but it never ends. You may have times in your life when you are working on your recovery and times when you are not, but growth and change are inevitable. For me personally, my recovery journey began at the age of 18. Yours may have begun long ago, or you may just be ...

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