Oftentimes I don’t talk about celebrity news, but seeing the backlash Cassie faced in the lawsuit she filed against Diddy riled me up! It led me to break down the age-old question: why do victims stay in abusive relationships?
After dealing with my fair share of unhealthy & toxic partners in my past, I’ve come up with a list every woman needs in their life. Read on to learn 11 types of people you need to avoid in your next relationship!
1 in 3 women will be a victim of domestic violence in their lifetime. These staggering numbers goes to show you that you know someone who’s been affected by this. Check out these powerful survivor stories I’ve featured on my podcast!
Domestic violence is a widespread issue that impacts many. Despite the growing awareness to tackle this problem, there’s still many misconceptions that need clarification. Read on to learn more!
Abuse, whichever type you’re dealing with, is a journey that takes time to recover from. Healing can be difficult, but with the right tools and support, it’s possible to not just survive but thrive. Read on to learn more!
Let’s talk about a form of emotional abuse that’s often seen in toxic and abusive relationships. It’s a term being thrown around every day on social media… GASLIGHTING!
Have you noticed that you think or act a certain way in your romantic partnerships? One explanation for this is attachment theory. Knowing what your attachment style is can aide in becoming more self-aware and build healthier, long-term relationships.
Tinder. Hinge. Bumble. The list goes on and on. In today’s digital climate, finding love online is more accessible than ever. But, there are certain steps you should take in order to stay safe in these digital dating streets. Read on to learn more!
Accountability was my word of the year for 2022. It’s an essential part of the personal development journey everyone needs to focus on if you want true growth to happen. Read on to learn 4 steps I took on my own journey to healing that you can try out today.