How you were treated in your past can cast a shadow over your life.
Any one of these signs is more than enough reason to walk away from your relationship and never look back.
The healthcare industry is in desperate need of institutional change if it truly aims to combat sexual misconduct.
Knowing when to walk away from a relationship can be challenging. When should you cut your losses? When should you stick it out? Relationships take work. Everyone knows that. But when is...
“Maybe I should have said something, but at that moment, just getting out of there unnoticed and safely seemed most important…”
There were red flags, but I didn’t notice.
Contrary to popular belief, the terms “pedophile” and “child molester” aren’t interchangeable.
The softest touch can cause the greatest pain. This is something all women know.
It might not be as obvious as physical abuse, but it’s equally as destructive. So, how do you recognize the signs?
Trigger warning: Descriptions of domestic violence.
To everyone who has been through a loved one’s emotional abuse: It’s hard.
How was it that in six years with him I had never understood the truth?
Note: This post discusses childhood abuse, and may be distressing for some readers.
I wanted to see his life fall apart, but instead, I saw him being happy.
When your friend who had that amicable divorce seems scared, she has a reason.
Time’s up. And Weinstein’s retribution feels really satisfying.
“The army of survivors, we’re not done yet…”
Violence doesn’t make it any simpler to leave.