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How To Be There For Someone Who’s Been Abused

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How to Be There For Someone Who's Been Abused

My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry,”
—James 1:19

When you first learn that someone you love has been abused in some way, primal emotional responses often flare up.… Read the rest →

Signs a loved one is in an abusive relationship, and what to do about it.

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The numbers send a chill down your spine. 1 in 5 women and 1 in 7 men have been victims of severe physical violence by an intimate partner. On average, 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the U.S.… Read the rest →

Handling Office Bullies Like an Adult

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Business TeamWhen people think about bullying, the schoolyard is likely what comes to mind. However, there could be issues in the break room as well. Adults can be just as big (if not bigger) of a bully as children and these issues may come to light in an office setting.… Read the rest →

Cyber Bullying

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Do we really know what is happening on our children’s devices when we aren’t looking?

While cyber bullying may seem like a buzz phrase that will never impact your family, many children experience daily harassment from their peers on their tablets, smartphones and computers.… Read the rest →

Finding Faith While Healing From Childhood Abuse: A Podcast From Moody Radio Featuring Ashley Schmutzer

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“When you have even just one person that believes in you and says: ‘You can do this. Keep on going,’ … it makes all the difference.” – Ashley Schmutzer

How do we find God amidst the chaos of family relationships? How do we love Him and trust Him when our childhoods can be so raw, and we endured a lot of what no child should experience?… Read the rest →

Dos & Don’ts for Parents of Self-Injurers

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achurchillby: Amy Churchill

Self-injury (SI) has become a common way of coping for teens. Although self-injury is not a new trend, it is a current one and parents of teens who self-injure are still left with many questions and concerns. If you discover your teen is self-injuring there are certain things you can do to that will be more helpful for your child.… Read the rest →