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Anne Blythe, M.Ed. has daily, online group and individual coaching sessions for victims of emotional & psychological abuse and sexual coercion. For women experiencing pain, chaos, and isolation due to their husband’s abuse: lying, gaslighting, manipulation, porn use, cheating, infidelity, emotional abuse, and narcissistic abuse. We recognize that labeling a woman as codependent is a form of victim ... more

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Fairy tales showcase the double standards confining women. Fairy tales often vilify women’s anger, undermine their pursuit of financial independence, and set unrealistic expectations. more

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Did you know the underlying themes in fairy tales brainwash women and girls to not recognize abuse? more

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Have you ever asked, “Is it wrong to want to leave my emotionally abusive husband?” Many women in the BTR community yearn for emotional and psychological safety. If you’re asking yourself this same question here are some things to consider: more

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If you don’t want a divorce, there are several alternatives to consider. The fear of starting over can be a major hurdle. After 30 years of emotional and psychological abuse, a survivor shares her story. more

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  • Everything is Abuse

    I know, I know, it sounds hyperbolic to say that in the BTR world “everything is abuse” but just listen for yourself. Any disagreement between husband and wife is abuse of some sort. That means the husband is “an abuser.” Who wants to be married to an abuser, am I right?! The answer (according to BTR): avoid couples therapy and start the journey to safety (separation) where you can “observe from a distance.” The host, Anne Blythe, destroyed her marriage using these principles and now she wants t... more

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  • Thank you Anne and thank you BTR

    I’m so thankful for finding this resource 1.5 years ago. I knew something was wrong in my marriage but could not quite put a finger on what I was experiencing because he had not hit me “yet”. The only thing I knew was that I was scared and unsafe. He then became physically abusive after 20 years. When I confronted my husband about his infidelities and abuse and me wanting a divorce , the abuse escalated. My body shook violently and uncontrollably for months. His verbal, psychological , ... more

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    Hitching a ride
    United States2 months ago
  • Finally Understood

    I have been in relationship after relationship and therapist after therapist and finally, the bypassed experience of living with men that use porn, avoid personal responsibility, and keep separate bank accounts is being called out! TY!!! I would like to start trending a term called Bloomscrolling….growing into the light

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Mwowww

    Kinda of an agenda-oriented presence when the host continuously offers that porn using partners equal abusers.. even if they are getting help. It’s pretty one sided. The guests clearly shares sentiments with no sense of challenge. I can’t imagine how else they got onto the show. This is definitely a niche audience/cult following. Lots of buzzwords to accommodate the positions.. “Religiousity” “cognitive bypassing” “disoriented” “Abuse” “normalizing” .. ect. Makes women seem so naive to the reali... more

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    United States2 months ago
  • From The Betrayer

    As the one who has betrayed my partner, this review may seem odd. The betrayal of my partner was disclosed 6 months ago. Ever since then we have been on a path to help her heal. I have listened to countless podcasts and webinars. As I have discovered that not only did I bring infidelity into our world, I was emotional abusive, emotional immature and showing signs of narcissism. Her and I have had thousands of hours on conversations since discover. Your podcast has helped me better understand the... more

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    United States2 months ago

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