Let’s break down some unrealistic expectations that can make a relationship unhealthy or even abusive from the start.
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Abuse is never okay or acceptable, regardless of your religious beliefs.
While those painful feelings surrounding a breakup are certainly normal, no matter how long you were with your ex, your relationship ending is not a failure. Relationships that end can actually teach us a lot about ourselves.
When creating a safety plan, it’s important to consider your emotional safety as well as your physical safety.
Having trouble making a difficult decision? Here are some tips and tricks to try!
Abuse and manipulation are not #relationshipgoals.
Being single may look lonely, scary, unfulfilling or boring to some people, but it doesn’t have to be!
While every abusive person is 100% responsible for their own behavior and choices, the beliefs that lead to abuse are, in many ways, rooted in our culture.
It’s totally normal to want help someone you love, but there’s no way to “save” or “fix” another person.
The holidays are often a time of joy and community, but for people in abusive relationships, the holidays can be stressful and dangerous. Here are a few tips to help plan for your safety or the safety of someone else.
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