By: Clint Schiller Dating a Survivor of Domestic Abuse can be frustrating, difficult, irritating,
With Mother’s Day approaching, Dana shares her story about living through and escaping abuse without her mother, Pam, who passed away when she was 18 years old. This holiday can be hard for many, including abuse survivors. Whether you have lost your mom, are a single mother, have an abusive mother, long to be a mother but aren’t, etc., this blog shares how to find comfort on this holiday (and any other day of the year).
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. How did this method of awareness begin, what are the types of child abuse, and what signs should we look for? Read on to find out more.
This April marks the 21st anniversary of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a time specifically dedicated to spreading knowledge and awareness regarding the existence of sexual violence and the efforts to prevent it.
How do you know if that person that you are inviting into your life is good or bad for you? Can you trust your gut, or are red flags oblivious to you? And what about boundaries? This journal entry from our blogger, Amanda, talks about these very questions and more.