What Can BTRG Do For Me?

by | Abuse Literacy

Have you discovered that your husband is using pornography? You don’t have to do this alone.

Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group Supports Victims of Emotional and Psychological Abuse

The Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group supports abused and betrayed women. It is a safe place for women to process what has been or is currently happening to them. Women all over the world experience these horrific forms of abuse that so often are minimized by therapists, clergy, family and friends.

Victims are validated and find community in a sisterhood of survivors who help each other to see the reality of what is happening, set boundaries to protect themselves, and begin the process of healing.

Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group Supports Victims of Relational Abuse: Partners Using Pornography and Committing Infidelity

At BTR, we hold fast to the truth that pornography use, infidelity, and all other sexually perverse behaviors in a monogamous relationship, are abusive. Betrayal trauma victims deserve immense support, validation, and professional help.

The Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group helps women to work through their feelings, grieve the losses of the betrayal, and make decisions moving forward regarding their safety and boundaries. BTRG offers friendship, community, and true empathy.

Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group Supports Victims of Sexual Abuse and Sexual Coercion

Tragically, many pornography users sexually abuse their wives.

This is extremely difficult to process alone. At BTR, a community of empowered, loving, and understanding women is ready to aid every woman in crisis as she begins healing.

You Belong Here

If you are reading this and you feel afraid, know that all of this is for you. You deserve love and support and most of all, safety. Join the Betrayal Trauma Recovery Group and receive the empowerment that you deserve.

BTRG meets daily in every time zone. You don’t have to set an appointment or even leave your home.

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  1. Anonymous

    Once I started attending SAL my recovery really began. It was in those meetings that I was and am able to share openly in a safe place with women you have been there. It was scary and uncomfortable the first few times I went but now it feels like home!

  2. Anonymous

    Joining an SAL group and actually working the steps made all the difference for me. Before SAL I felt like I was just surviving, after joining SAL I started feeling like I was living again.

  3. Anonymous

    Just a few questions – how much is the program to be able to attend the meetings? Are there online meetings where people can just attend through the internet? How much is it if someone decides to have discussion with one of your coach?

    • Anon

      SALifeline 12 Step meetings are free, getting a sponsor is free. Yes, SALifeline has online meetings. Coaching sessions depend on the package. Schedule a free consultation to talk to one of our coaches about your options.

  4. Unknown

    How do you join the group?

    • Anne

      Visit for more information about their groups.

  5. Anon

    Is BTR directly associated with SAL? From this article, it seems like you are but I wanted to make sure I understood correctly.

    Thank you.

    • Anne Blythe

      We are NOT affiliated with SAL at all. But in addition to trauma work, I work the steps and attend an SAL meeting, so I talk about it or podcast about it sometimes.


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