When ANGER Breeds Across Generations

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Many people who grew up experiencing adversities in childhood believe the LIE that ANGER gives us control, when, in fact, it is the exact opposite – it leads to loss of control. Here, I want to share part of the story of Jeremy – a young man who began his life believing this LIE. He […]

The Key to Freeing Yourself from Anger

You can inherit anger as someone who’s grown up with domestic violence, but you can also free yourself from it, by channeling that anger into passion. This replaces negative energy with positive bounty and provides you a different perspective on the world than the one that had been created for you when you were young. That’s […]

The Most Effective Way a Child Can Motivate Parents to Stop Engaging in Domestic Violence

The most effective way a child can motivate

Did you know that when children speak up about domestic violence, their parents are more likely to consider stopping their violent behavior? Studies have shown that simply knowing the traumatic effects of violence on children creates a strong motivation for abusive parents to stop. Many parents and other caregivers in these situations simply have no idea […]

Why We Need Some Name Calling Right about Now

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Name-calling is often a sign of bullying. When growing up with domestic violence, however, it is the lack of naming that is damaging. What if defining that complex experience could actually help you heal it? For example, as society came to define and name violence against women, we see more research and discussion regarding women in situations […]