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!
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 ever wondered why someone may stay in an abusive relationship? It’s not that cut and dry and understanding the cycle of abuse plays a HUGE factor as to why victims don’t leave sooner. Let’s learn more!
We all crave human connection. It’s the essence of why we were created! While finding love can bring you bliss & happiness, there are a few behaviors you should steer clear from. Check out this list of 10 relationship behaviors you should NEVER tolerate!
Do you know the difference between healthy conflict and verbal abuse? While it’s normal to have disagreements with your beau from time to time, things can take a dark turn if you don’t recognize when things go too far. Read on to decipher the difference!
The cycle of being in a toxic relationship can seem daunting. It’s like you’re stuck on a hamster wheel with no way off. It’s important to learn the steps you need to take in order to break free and this blog post will show you how!
Going through my own experiences, I want to share with you some tools and tips on how to heal from a toxic relationship. It’s a journey worth taking and if I did it, I know you can too.