Emotional abuse in marriage is one of the hardest forms of abuse to recognize, but unrepentant patterns are the key to identifying it.
Child Abuse: What Should We Know? God’s desire is for all children to be protected. His angels watch over them, but we know that many types of abuse and neglect happen in homes. There is no class distinction. Rich and poor, well-educated and high school dropouts, the handsome and the plain; no group is immune …
Abusive marriages like Emma’s are more common than many realize. God’s plan for a family never included abuse.
Dr. Francis helps clarify the truth about ectopic pregnancy and abortion.
No one should feel unsafe. If you or someone you love is in an abusive relationship, here are some resources to help you take steps toward safety and freedom.
Studies by the American Public Human Services Association found that nearly half a million people were victims of elder abuse in their homes.
There are distinct differences between an unhealthy exchange and verbal or emotional abuse. Married couples need to understand and recognize the differences. What are some indications of abuse?
Marriages never thrive when we expect our spouse to be responsible for fixing our feelings. If we own our emotions, we’re free to be co-owners of the relationship. Then we can build something great.
Keys for offering the healing experience of meeting your adopted child’s needs, if they’ve been abused.
Each year older citizens are bilked out of billions of dollars by scammers on the Internet and on the phone.