A loving relationship can be an oasis in uncertain times, but nurturing it requires attention, honesty, openness, vulnerability, and gratitude.
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Helping Abusive Partners Change
Carrie Askin LCSW
Being angry may keep you feeling safe and strong, but sadness can save you.
Are you finally ready to change?
To you and yours, here’s to a very meh holiday with your flawed families. Be gentle, stay small and walk softly.
Fighting with your partner can actually bring you closer.
It doesn't always take two to save your relationship. In the beginning, it can start with one person making serious change.
There is hope for people who have abused their partners. Here's what they need to learn in order to change.
Why do some people abuse their partners?
Carrie Askin, LCSW, is the Co-Director of Menergy, LLC, one of the oldest treatment programs for abusive partners in the country.