Four Things That Helped Me

    When I read a newbie's story, it takes me back a few years to the divorce time. For you who are going through this now, here are my thoughts about how to make it:Here are four things that helped me:1) I needed strong physical exercise every day to sweat the bile out of my body. I biked or kayaked or went to step class every day. Your muscles get tensed up, then the blood doesn't flow through them and bring the oxygen and take away the CO2, and your muscles become poisonous. Then there Read more [...]

Basics About Abuse Part 3 – Stop the Abuse by Breaking the Cycle of Violence

Thanks You for reading this article. DASNM has two complimentary gifts for you. You will find the information for the free gifts by Scrolling Down after the article.   Victims of domestic abuse may have different stories to tell, came from different backgrounds and belong to different classes in society. However, regardless of the race, economic status or culture they may have; victims of domestic violence share a common pattern of abuse that was present in their relationship. This pattern Read more [...]

When Verbal Artillery Starts Hitting the Fan

  When verbal artillery starts hitting the fan and chaos rules between you and your ex, there are often things said in the heat of the moment that have the power to cut to the bone. Some of the insults, accusations and general statements are probably perfectly valid and one can feel a triumphant sense of achievement as they leave the mouth. However, they’re often followed up by an equally acidic retort and before you know it, you are mentally exhausted, no further forward and to be honest, Read more [...]

13 Signs Your Ex is Borderline or a Narcissist

    Here are some common side effects of being in an abusive relationship, whether the abusive individual has a personality disorder or not: 1) Censoring your thoughts and feelings. You edit it yourself because you’re afraid of his/her reactions. Swallowing the lump in your throat hiding your hurt and anger is easier than dealing with another fight or hurt feelings. In fact, you may have stuffed your own emotions for so long that you no longer know what you think or feel. 2) Everything Read more [...]

Co-Parenting a Child with Someone who Suffers From a Personality Disorder; Here are a few Things to Consider

      Co-parenting - Co-parenting (or Co-parenting) means sharing physical or legal custody of a child when you are separated or divorced. Here are a few things to consider when you are Co-parenting a child with someone who suffers from a personality disorder. Personal Safety - Personal Safety is a list of actions that are designed to keep situations from escalating and to make sure that Physical, Emotional and Verbal abuse is avoided or stopped at the first moment it begins Read more [...]

Are States Giving Custody to Rapist Fathers?

    Originally appeared at The Good Men Project on August 23, 2012 By Joanna Schroeder       Joanna Schroeder asserts that the viral story of a woman who was raped and made pregnant leads to many bigger questions about how states should legislate parental rights of rapists.   There has been a wildly popular news story making its way through both the Internet and mainstream media the last two days—that of the very brave Shauna Prewitt who is sharing the Read more [...]

Co-parenting a Child with Someone who Suffers From a Personality Disorder

    Co-parenting means sharing physical or legal custody of a child when you are separated or divorced. Here are a few things to consider when you are Co-parenting a child with someone who suffers from a personality disorder. Personal Safety - Personal Safety is a list of actions that are designed to keep situations from escalating and to make sure that Physical, Emotional and Verbal abuse is avoided or stopped at the first moment it begins to happen. It contains ideas on when to Read more [...]