Divorcing A Narcissist – June’s Story Part 2 (One Year Later)
The BTR.ORG Podcast
by Anne Blythe, M.Ed.
4d ago
Divorcing a narcissist is a nightmare. Anne Blythe, M.Ed. continues her heartfelt conversation with June from the BTR Community one year after she shared the first part of her story. Here the next chapter of her journey divorcing a narcissist. If you need support while experiencing narcissistic abuse, learn about BTR Group Sessions here. This episode is Part Two of Anne’s interview with June: He Blamed Me for the Emotional Abuse – June’s Story Part 1 Divorcing A Narcissist – June’s Story Part 2 (THIS EPISODE) TRANSCRIPT: June’s One-Year Follow-Up: Divorcing A Narcissist Anne: I checked in wi ..read more
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He Blamed ME For The Emotional Abuse – June’s Story Part 1
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by Anne Blythe, M.Ed.
1w ago
One reason women can’t figure out the truth in their marriage is that their emotionally abusive husband blames them. Has he blamed you for his emotional abuse? When June found BTR.ORG Group Sessions and received the support she needed, she realized it wasn’t her fault. In this episode of the podcast, Anne Blythe sits down with June, a member of The BTR.ORG Community, to discuss the emotional and psychological abuse that June endured during her marriage and the continued manipulation and control after her separation. June is the mother of four children with special needs this adds another layer ..read more
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How To Recover From Betrayal Trauma – Lynea’s Story
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by Anne Blythe, M.Ed.
2w ago
In the early days of her marriage, Lynea attributed problems with her husband to normal relationship challenges or her husband’s culture. Lynea finally realized she was experiencing betrayal trauma. If you’re wondering how to recover from betrayal trauma, you’re not alone. Recovery from betrayal trauma is possible. If you need support, we’d love to see you in a BTR.ORG Group Session TODAY. Transcript: Anne: Welcome Lynea. Let’s start at the beginning of your story. How would you define your husband’s behavior at first? Did you give any reasons for his behavior? Lynea: We met at university and ..read more
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Sexual Coercion In Marriage – Definition & 3 Key Indicators
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by Anne Blythe, M.Ed.
3w ago
Why victims of abuse and sexual coercion are afraid to leave their abusers and resources to help them leave ..read more
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Did Complementarian Ideas Contribute To Emotional Abuse? – J.R.’s Story
The BTR.ORG Podcast
by Anne Blythe, M.Ed.
3w ago
In this episode of The BTR.ORG Podcast, host Anne Blythe speaks with J.R. about her struggles after discovering her husband’s infidelity and emotional abuse. They discuss problems that can occur in religious and legal frameworks, and the possible impact of complementarian ideas. The conversation underscores the resilience required to confront and navigate emotional and spiritual abuse. BTR.ORG is here for you, learn about our Group Support Sessions. This episode is Part Three of Anne’s interview with J.R. Part One: My Husband Says I’m the Problem. Is He Right? Part Two: Should I Divorce My Hu ..read more
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3 Things To Expect When In A Custody Battle With A Narcissist
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by Anne Blythe, M.Ed.
1M ago
3 must-know tips for victims preparing to divorce their narcissistic partner ..read more
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Is My Husband Holding Me Back? -Sarah’s Story
The BTR.ORG Podcast
by Anne Blythe, M.Ed.
1M ago
Many women married to emotionally abusive men wonder, “Is my husband holding me back?” Understanding the signs that your husband may be sabotaging your personal progress is crucial in taking steps toward a healthier, more empowered life. Sarah, a member of the BTR Community used the The BTR.ORG Meditation Workshop to make progress. In this episode Anne talks to Sarah about overcoming the ways her husband held her back to reach her goals. Using Meditation To Overcome What’s Holding You Back Anne (00:21): Sarah recently enrolled in the meditation workshop and she has been doing one meditation pe ..read more
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I Want to Leave My Emotionally Abusive Husband
The BTR.ORG Podcast - Betrayal Trauma Recovery
by Anne Blythe, M.Ed.
1M ago
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:  This episode is Part Two of Anne’s interview with Karen DeArmond Gardner. Part One: The Fear of Starting Over and How to Push Through It Part Two: I Want to Leave My Emotionally Abusive Husband (This Episode) 1. What would you tell someone else if they asked? Pretend like you’re having a conversation with someone else. Listen to your own story as if ..read more
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I Don’t Want A Divorce But I Don’t Know What Else To Do
The BTR.ORG Podcast - Betrayal Trauma Recovery
by Anne Blythe, M.Ed.
2M ago
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.  This episode is Part One of Anne’s interview with Karen DeArmond Gardner. Part One: I Don’t Want A Divorce. But I Don’t Know What Else I Should Do (This Episode) Part Two: I Want to Leave My Emotionally Abusive Husband I found myself thinking, “What am I going to do? What’s going to happen?” I was about to turn 70, and I knew I needed emotional safety. – Karen DeArmond Gardner Reasons ..read more
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Stages of Deliverance From Abuse: Emotional and Psychological
The BTR.ORG Podcast - Betrayal Trauma Recovery
by Anne Blythe, M.Ed.
2M ago
Being delivered from abuse is something that all victims hope for (or pray for). Victims of emotional and psychological abuse most often put their hope in the abuser changing. In my study I began to see a pattern for deliverance from abuse. Here are the 5 Stages: 1. Things Get So Bad, You’re Daydreaming About Being Delivered From Abuse Sometimes, things have to get really bad before you realize you need things to change. Maybe something big happens or things just keep getting worse and worse until you can’t ignore it anymore. It’s like waking up one day and realizing, “I can’t do this anymore ..read more
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