Betrayal Trauma Recovery blog
Betrayal Trauma Recovery helps women establish safety from the pain, chaos, and isolation associated with their husband’s abuse: lying, gaslighting, manipulation, porn use, cheating, infidelity, emotional abuse, and narcissistic behaviors.
Spiritual bypass can be harmful to abuse victims, but can it also be helpful? Tracy and Anne are back to discuss how spiritual bypass can be used effectively for healing and how an abuser might use spiritual bypass.
When a betrayed wife rushes to forgive her husband, can it lead to real healing or is it only coping? Anne and Tracy talk about spiritual bypass and healing from trauma.
Being married to a narcissist is difficult, but the damage it can do to a child is long-lasting. Learn 5 ways Rose is trying to help her children heal from the affects of their father’s narcissistic abuse.
Marriage to a narcissist is difficult. The divorce and custody battle that follow may seem impossible. Isabelle shares her story with a miraculous twist when the divorce is finalized.
Years of physical, sexual, emotional and psychological abuse can cause more than just mental trauma. Anne visits with Isabelle about abuse, faith and marriage vows.
Some women choose to stay in a marriage with a narcissist. How can they survive it? Can they survive it? Anne and Dr. Durvasula talk about survival tips for women who choose to stay.
The holiday season is upon us! This can be a joyous time of year. It can also be very traumatic. Boundaries are hard when you're traveling for family events. Traumatic abuse episodes or disclosures can happen at any time. Therapists schedules are rough. Getting safe,...
How do you know if someone is a narcissist? How do you parent with one? Anne and Dr. Ramani Durvasula discuss 7 Signs Of A Narcissist and How To Help Your Child Deal With A Narcissistic Parent.
All too often, betrayed women get neglected while her husband gets help fixing his addiction. Meanwhile, she’s still being abused. Learn how one woman’s voice is helping to bring their pain and experience into the light through music.
Abuse victims may often think they aren’t smart because they didn’t recognize that they were being abused. Anne talks to her friend, Diane, who has two master’s degrees, about how she didn’t even recognize the signs and felt like she their marriage problems were her fault. Diane also shares an appalling story of narcissistic behavior that helped her finally see the truth.
When Dave Cawley took on the Susan Powell investigation, he thought he had an understanding of what it was like to be an abuse victim. What he learned from her life changed the way he looks at victims of emotional and psychological abuse. Dave and Anne talk about how victims and abusers are perceived and what others can do to help victims.
When an abused woman seeks help, can avoiding the word “abuse” put her life in danger? Dave Cawley, host of the podcast series Cold, talks about what he found while investigating the disappearance of Susan Powell.