Why Is He So Mean to Me? offers a sobering look at verbal and emotional abuse and the confusing, chaotic and debilitating dynamic of the enabler-abuser relationship. It unveils many of the tactics... More > used by the verbal/emotional abuser, the enabler-victim’s ever-unsuccessful attempts to understand and earn love from her abuser, and the opposing forces at work within the abusive relationship.
Without change, the relationship will continue to spiral toward collapse from the weight of the insanity, or every member of the family will suffer and carry the wounds and behaviors of this devastating lifestyle into the next generation.
There is never an excuse for abuse. The enabler must learn the truth, and equip himself or herself in order to make the hard choices necessary for change and restoration.
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Exerpt: "God is My Witness"
Making a Case for Biblical Divorce
My shield is with God, who saves the upright in heart. Psalm 7:10
While people may misunderstand me, God cannot. And... More > while others may not see where my heart lies, He does. I take great comfort in that, for I will, at times, be misunderstood, misrepresented and misjudged. Yet my shield is with God.
I am a divorcee. For some, that alone provides adequate cause for some to discredit any insight I may have to offer. In truth, such readers are precisely the people who, if I may be so bold, should continue reading.
In fact, it is as a direct result of my blemished history, bolstered by my love for the One who has redeemed me, that I have ventured to accept this undertaking. This work began – as with all such works – with a question. What about divorce?< Less