Category Archives: Domestic Violence

Survivor Dynamics

What is Survivor Dynamics? It’s  for those who struggle with the death of a loved one, or struggle with an abusive relationship. Who, but God, can provide what’s needed to survive? This website is dedicated to those who need positive reinforcement … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October has been designated Domestic Violence Awareness Month. And to all of us who understand the importance of removing even the threat of violence from our path, that end can’t be soon enough. It’s easy to spot a victim of … Continue reading

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Seasons of Life

When my son was killed in a car crash in 2004, I was devastated. But shortly following the news, I sat down at my computer and composed this poem. Everything damaging in my life then converged, but this event was … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence Month

October has been designated Domestic Violence Awareness Month. And to all of us who understand the importance of removing even the threat of violence from our path, that end can’t be soon enough. It’s easy to spot a victim of … Continue reading

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What season is it?

For a time, and a season.. “And He changes the times and the seasons…” (Daniel 5:21) What season is it? Perhaps it’s time to ditch a bad relationship, and create a new life for yourself. Or, has death claimed the … Continue reading

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A Father who Cares

A father who cares. In honor of Father’s Day. “Cast all your anxiety on Him because He cares for you” (I Peter 5:7) On Father’s Day the pastor spoke of the importance of having an honorable dad. But as he … Continue reading

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A Father Who Cares

In honor of Father’s Day. “Cast all your anxiety on Him because He cares for you” (I Peter 5:7) On Father’s Day the pastor spoke of the importance of having an honorable dad. But as he spoke, tears slid down … Continue reading

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Abuse, Death, and Struggle

As an advocate for the abused, I often follow other advocates.  Bible teacher Joyce Meyer is one of them. Her message is energizing and informative. And because she speaks from personal experience, she knows how to reach those who are … Continue reading

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Depression Advice

The best way to recover from sorrow, depression, and anger is to simply de-clutter your life. Remove anxieties, re-define your life, and re-build your confidence by removing the offence that take away your ability to recover. Loss of a loved … Continue reading

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Survivor Dynamics

What is Survivor Dynamics? It’s  for those of us who struggle with the death of a loved one, or are struggling through an abusive relationship. Who, but God, can provide what’s needed to survive? This is a Christian based website … Continue reading

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