Thankfully, there are ways to break free from them.
Discover what they are TODAY!
In the latest podcast episode, I am joined by Ginger and Marla Martenson to discuss how women can break free from abusive relationships.
Episode Title: How to Break Free From Abusive Relationships
- “I think a lot of women find themselves in abusive relationships because they grew up never really knowing what a healthy relationship looks like.” – Ginger
- “You have to take care of you first and make yourself a priority.” – Marla Martenson
- The definition of an abusive relationship
- Steps women can take to break free from abusive relationships
- How women can embrace self-love
- How women can take the pain they have experienced and use it to their benefit
Hot Topics & Takeaways:
- Marla explains the importance of slowing things down initially to truly get to know someone
- Warning signs that women can look for that may indicate that a relationship has the tendency to be unhealthy or that a man may be prone to abuse
- The impact that unresolved abuse issues can have on a woman after she’s broken free from an unhealthy relationship
Experience is the Best Teacher:
- Marla opens up about her experience of being in a marriage with a verbally abusive man
Hold Yourself Accountable:
Know that you deserve to be loved and treated kindly.
Apply the Kingdom Principles:
“The godly are showered with blessings; the words of the wicked conceal violent intentions.” Proverbs 10:6 (NLT)
Take Action Now:
- Make a decision to leave an abusive relationship.
- Discover and learn how valuable you are by reading God’s Word.
- Set standards for how others must treat you.
- Decide to only enter a relationship with someone who has shown you that they love you and will treat you right.