When You Deeply Love Your Abuser

There’s always a good reason why we respond to trauma the way we do. Healing means being gentle with ourselves as we understand why.

“Where is your anger?” My husband Steve asks me. He’s been a phenomenal support to my healing from a sexual assault that happened when I was very young, but I never had a much of an…

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Years of healing, years of spiritual seeking. Together, they bring transformation. Co-Editor, Collective Power

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Helen W. Mallon: On Healing and Spirituality

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Years of healing, years of spiritual seeking. Together, they bring transformation. Co-Editor, Collective Power

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