In this episode, Jessica, a self-described ExMormon sex worker, shares how she came to be in the crosshairs of an ego-driven man who has no qualms about destroying anyone else, just as long as it benefits him.
TikTok’s Maggie in Babylon joins this podcast episode to discuss how predators turn the tables on their victims and if there’s anything that can be done about it.
This episode is dedicated to the enabling attitudes and behaviors in the ExMormon community that allow predators to continue hurting people.
An introduction to season 5, which will be devoted to talking about predatory behavior in communities recovering from religious trauma.
Why did my ex-husband get so angry? How could my mother gaslight me for a decade, yet believe she had done nothing wrong? In this episode I explore these questions.
A brief portrait of my sex life as a Mormon wife.
In 1980’s white suburbia, there was a mold we had to fit. Even the Mormons. Especially the Mormons.
A discussion of how a child can be groomed to accept sexual abuse even when parents never physically touch them.
What is Spiritual Abuse? The analysis of spiritually abusive tactics continues.
What is spiritual abuse? A description of 4 tactics used in spiritually abusive communities.
13 ways a friend, partner, or family member can manipulate and control you without hitting or raising their voice.
If your partner uses these ten tactics to keep you in a state of submission, you may be in a verbally abusive relationship.
How I feel about the current unrest and racial injustices in my country.
Your family might follow the enmeshment doctrine if your future has been planned out for you and healthy boundaries are perceived as a threat.
No one gets a free pass to treat you like cr*p. Not even family. Especially not family.
My dad is father of the year... until he doesn’t gets his way. 7 signs someone you love may be a wolf in sheep’s clothing.
Dedicated to my father, I kick off season 3 by analyzing the home he grew up in and the poisonous effects of choosing perfectionism over people.
How I went from believing God was outside myself and that my body was the enemy to integrating a soul-body connection that led to greater self-acceptance.
What exactly is touch deprivation? A list of comforting touch substitutes, the most healing way to be touched, and the importance of having at least one secure attachment in your life.
Rumination and trauma. How to reflect on the bad while bringing in the good.
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