Tag Archives: Dating Violence

My Rejection Story

My Rejection Story  I was a little girl the first time I heard the Enemy whisper lies about my identity that caused confusion and heartache for decades. This is my story…  As a small child, my identity began to wrap around other people’s approval and what they thought of me. I strived to earn the labels I knew would cause approval like: “Good Girl,” “Obedient,” and “Talented.” And fought against […]

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What I’ve Learned from Helping My Friend Leave an Abusive Relationship

What I’ve Learned from Helping My Friend Leave an Abusive Relationship By: Mandy B. Anderson In the last six months, I’ve learned more about domestic abuse than I ever dreamed I would in my lifetime. Helping my friend leave an abusive relationship was never something I thought I would be doing when we set out on this journey of helping other women live Beautifully Whole™.   To be honest, I […]

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The Scars of Domestic Violence You Can’t See

The Scars of Domestic Violence That You Can’t See By, Raychel Chumley Last week I wrote a blog post called, “5 Things Every Woman Should Know about Domestic Abuse” in honor of October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We had some amazing feedback on this article, and we are so proud of you all for sharing and liking this important blog post. You have no idea whose life you might […]

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5 Things Every Woman Should Know About Domestic Abuse

5 Things Every Woman Should Know About Domestic Abuse October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic abuse is a topic that hits close to home for many of our clients, staff, and coaches here at The Couch. So, in an effort to help spread awareness, foster healing for survivors, and create a safe place for conversations, we will focus many of our blog posts on this important topic. Starting with […]

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