Insights From Women Who Participate In Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group
Every season of the year is difficult for victims of betrayal trauma and emotional abuse. Many women are stuck between a rock and a hard place as they push through or put up with the abuse during the holidays because they have awesome vacations planned, they have children at home, they have family coming.
We want to focus on providing the best support whenever you need it. Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group has sessions every single day that are available on your phone. On the free BTR podcast, some women want to share how they feel about BTR Group. They stayed after a group one day and recorded their feelings.
The following are the true, written thoughts of women from the Betrayal Trauma Recovery community.
Validation Through Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group
I really appreciate how you validated everybody, first by listening to them and then by encouraging them in their own insights and in giving them permission to do and be whatever they needed to be in that moment. I have not experienced this in counseling, though I have been to a lot. It has been a trial and I recognize the uniqueness of it and it’s amazing.Anonymous Member of the Betrayal Trauma Recovery community (1)
Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group Provides Guidance
Betrayal Trauma Recovery has been life-changing for me. I started in November and it is now June. The support I have gotten in the women’s group, whether I’m on video or over the phone, has helped me to share my feelings, my story, and not only have the coaches helped guide me through my own path–because they don’t tell me how to choose to live or choose to recover or how to grow with my husband, it’s more of a guidance.
The fact that I have been able to hear other girls’ stories is amazing. I don’t feel alone. I feel like the knowledge about what other women have done and what their husbands have gone through has taught me to grow; it doesn’t have to be the same scenario. It’s just knowing what they have done that has helped me in the different chapters in my recovery; it has allowed me to make my decision.
I look forward to the group every time I am on here and find it very affordable. Actually, my counselor made me mad one day. He said that women’s groups like to tell each other what to do and that leads to divorce. I told him that’s not true. You guys definitely don’t lead us to make decisions that would cause anyone to choose divorce; that is a huge thing for me because I have heard other places or counselors do that. I definitely recommend BTR to everyone.Anonymous member of the Betrayal Trauma Recovery community (2)
Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group Helps Me Know I’m Not Alone
My husband was in recovery and having all these meetings each week and having all the help and counseling he needs and I felt like I was being left out in the dark. I was at the end of my rope and needed some counseling myself so I began searching for something to help me. I found BTR.
I lean on this Group a lot when I am going through hard times and I don’t understand everything that is happening with my addict. They help clarify situations for me and give me options about how to handle it. They also give me a place to share. I feel like it is safe and I’m not being judged.
I just want others to know how wonderful the BTR Group has been for me and I recommend it to anyone going through betrayal trauma so they can learn and grow. I feel like I have learned and grown from the first time I began attending to this day. I’ve learned self-worth, self-care…things that I didn’t understand when I started this group. I want to thank all the coaches, every one of them. They are all wonderful ladies.Anonymous member of the Betrayal Trauma Recovery Community (3)
Betrayal Trauma Recovery Supports YOU
At BTR, we know how excruciating the moments can be: how difficult it can be to sometimes even get out of bed in the morning.
Victims of betrayal trauma and emotional abuse deserve support whenever they need it. Join the Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group today and find the validation, love, and support that you deserve.
Remember, you are not alone.