SASBN Blogging Tips: Should I use my real name, or blog anonymously, when writing about spiritual abuse?

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by Vyckie GarrisonThis is the first question every spiritual abuse survivor should consider before writing about your personal story online.Most of us go back and forth, weighing the benefits and potential risks, before making the decision either to use our real names or write anonymously. Here's a list of considerations which will help you determine the best choice for you:Real Name Pros:Greatly increases the credibility of your story.No worries about being "outed."You will be able to do TV interviews, YouTube videos, accept speaking invitations, etc.Much less confusing!No need for an additional "anonymous" email address or Facebook page.Allows you to … [Read more...]

Just Pray for Him: How the Christian Church Refuses to Hold Abusive Men Accountable

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By Lisa Kroulik © Cross posted with permission from Hub Pages - http://nybride710.hubpages.com/hub/How-the-Christian-Church-is-Failing-Abused-Women One of the more difficult things to recover from during the process of divorce from my narcissistic ex-husband was the treatment I received from other Christians. To be fair, none of it was intentionally mean-spirited and all of these people truly believed they were encouraging me from God's word. Unfortunately, the “advice” I received kept me trapped in an abusive marriage three years longer than I should have been.The thing is, all of the responsibility for keeping my marriage together was placed squarely on … [Read more...]


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