Join Anne as she interviews Wendy, survivor of marital rape. Listen to how this experience has impacted Wendy’s life. Gain valuable information about wife rape and sexual assault within marriage. Learn why this is so damaging and harmful to victims.
Anne speaks with BTR coach Joi about the benefits of Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group and how it can provide connection for women at any point in their journey to healing. BTRG can help foster connection with other women who know and who have been through the pain and anguish to the other side of healing.
Anne speaks with Dr. Omar Minwalla about his work in implementing the trauma model to treat partners of sexual betrayal. Dr. Minwalla explains the problems with the traditional sex addiction model.
The holidays can be a point of difficulty for many. Old memories, lost relationships, and feelings of longing and sadness can set in. BTR would like to offer hope, in the face of trials this season by sharing some wisdom from the scriptures.
How can family and friends best support an abuse victim? What is helpful and what is harmful? What happens if you say the wrong thing? How can we build a community of support instead of blame?
It is a topic that is shrouded in controversy. Do porn users have abusive tendencies within relationships? Is there a link between porn use and abuse? What is the link between porn and aggression?
Find out the best way to deal with a narcissistic abuse. Narcissistic abuse is soul-damaging and healing has the best chance of occurring with no-contact boundaries.
Is pornography use abusive? What about affairs and infidelity? How is cheating abuse? Why is pornography use considered abuse towards a spouse? Anne interviews Dr. Omar Minwalla on his model involving in treating sexual and abuse issues involved in pornography use and infidelity.
The enabling of sexual abuse within the church is an issue on the forefront of the headlines. When victims of abuse seek help and assistance from their bishops, many state they experience blame, shame, guilting and fail to be protected by the church. Why is this happening within faith communities?
Wondering if your husband is in recovery? This will help.
When we talk about self defense, it can be more than physical. And is society helping or hurting with the ideals surrounding what a woman should be?
Do churches have any responsibility in teaching ways to protect against sexual abuse? Should they have sound policies in place to protect children?