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Environmental Health
How you can help to stop global warming
Global warming is the main threat to humanity in the coming decades. If the world continues to ignore the problem, the planet will pass the point of &#39...
Isabella Dawson
Environmental Ethics
All about Environmental ethics
Environmental ethics is part of environmental philosophy that looks at the expansion of the traditional boundaries of ethics from a purely human to a non...
Isabella Dawson
Healing
What are Healthy Boundaries?
Setting boundaries are easier said than done because the need to create them often stems from experiences of trauma, invalidation of our feelings and em...
Michelle L. Raymond
Healing
How to Heal from a Narcissistic Relationship
We all know that breaking up with someone is painful. Even if you feel that it was the best choice, and you were feeling that the person was inhibiting you f...
Grace Being
Spiritual Healing
Narcissistic Abuse and Spiritual Awakening
I know what you must be thinking, shocking right?! When you think about narcissistic abuse, it’s difficult to associate it with anything spiritual or of good...
Grace Being
Career Coaching
5 Red Flags To Look Out For In A Relationship
When we first start dating someone, it’s easy to get lost in the moment, and the exciting feelings we get in the initial stage. It’s important to keep in min...
Grace Being
Healing
8 Signs You're Dating a Narcissist
Single, ambitious, successful, and actively dating to find the one. This description was me a few years ago, and I suspect thousands of other women actively ...
Tonya J.
Career Coaching
What Does it Mean to Really Love Yourself?
How many times have you been told that it is important to love yourself? We all know that it is essential if we want to live a happy and fulfilling life, but...
Grace Being
Mindfulness
For the Abused, Betrayed and the Fallen
Futile faith that someday this dirt will wash away. Wishing, hoping that just maybe today will be the day. The day that the winds of change blow us to peace...
Aiden Lottering
Soft Skills Development
From Conflict 2 Connection - Breaking the Abuse Cycle
Are you familiar with what abuse looks like? The conflict that Judgment, Criticism, Blame and Shame – the silencing components of abuse, the powerlessness, t...
Erena Oliver
Career Coaching
Love Shouldn't Hurt
We often speak about physical violence and there are laws in place to prevent, stop or punish the abusers. What can be even more damaging in a long run is e...
Nadya Lukic
The Thief and the Pig - A story about abuse and society
The thief is not a person but represents the life that has been taken from you because you experienced abuse. In particular, it is the situation you are in a...
Linda Jane Newby, PhD
Addressing issues of sexual abuse in Pagan communities
In recent years, allegations of sexual misconduct in Pagan and polytheist communities have become increasingly visible. The arrest and conviction of Kenny Kl...
Toby Elliott
Healing deep emotional wounds from abuse
The emotional wounds from abuse An emotional war rages within the people who have experienced abuse in life, and it is not a pleasant thing to feel. The...
Linda Jane Newby, PhD
Abusive relationships between people in the House of Commons
Dame Laura Cox’s report on bullying in the House of Commons is a painful read. Like most people, it calls up memories of relatives and friends who have been ...
Demi Powell
A future view of how medicine and forensics will change how we deal with abuse in society
Awake the elephant in the room The elephant in the room is the way it has been for too long. Its looming mass is there for everyone to see, and yet ...
Linda Jane Newby, PhD