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When I begin helping a woman who is unsure regarding what’s happening in her marriage, I don’t necessarily tell her, “You’re being abused.” I may be able to recognize the

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He’d laugh and wind my hair in his fist at the nape of my neck, push me up against the wall, or hold me down on the bed. If I

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What Women Wish Church Leaders Knew About Domestic Abuse and the Victims (part 2) By the time I got involved in Lisa’s case, she had left her husband seven times.

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I’ve already mentioned the day I saw the writing on the wall in my story. It’s that one conversation with my community pastor that still rings in my ears. So

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a warning for woman-to-woman caregivers I feel like I’m unwriting a book. When I started writing Help[H]er, I had no idea where it would end up. HH was just a

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In 2020, on the brink of a worldwide pandemic, I released a book. On February 6 HelpHer, A Churchwide Response to Women in Crisis made its entrance into the world

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