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Betrayal Trauma Recovery - BTR.ORG

Author: Anne Blythe, M.Ed.

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btr.org – btr.org has daily, online group and individual coaching sessions for victims of emotional & psychological abuse and sexual coercion. For women experiencing pain, chaos, and isolation due to their husband’s abuse: lying, gaslighting, manipulation, porn use, cheating, infidelity, emotional abuse, and narcissistic abuse. We recognize that labeling a woman as codependent is a form of victim blaming. Pornography addiction / sex addiction are a domestic abuse issue. Narcissistic abuse is not a communication issue. We help women who are in a relationship, separated, or divorced navigate to recover and heal by establishing safety through boundaries. If you suspect your husband is a narcissist, a pornography addict, or emotionally abusive, this podcast is for you. We care about your mental health. Every woman on our team has experienced abuse and betrayal trauma first hand. To learn more about Betrayal Trauma Recovery, visit btr.org
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When you're ready to leave (or considering leaving) your emotionally abusive husband. You need support and practical advice. Karen DeArmond Gardner is back on the podcast.
If you don’t want a divorce, but you're seeking solutions due to your husband’s emotional and psychological abuse, here are some ideas to consider.
Find the stages of deliverance from abuse. Anne tells how she discovered how to be delivered and gain freedom from abuse.
Forgiveness is a polarizing topic for victims of intimate betrayal. But can it provide relief & healing? Dr. Debi Silber is on the podcast.
Healing from betrayal trauma is absolutely possible. Dr. Debi Silber discusses the five steps to healing and more on this episode.
Recovering from your husband's emotional abuse is a journey. There are strategies to speed healing. Here are 3 things to consider.
You can teach children healthy sexuality. Here are some quality resources to help make sure your kids are empowered to make healthy choices about sex when the time is right.
The Sex Talk can be a good experience for both parents and children. Dina Alexander shares tips, myths, and how-to's.
When fantasizing is about control, it will be harmful to any relationship. Discover the effects of your husband's sexual fantasies and why they're hurting you.
A victims shares how she grappled with religious traditions, logistics, to determine if she wanted to divorce her abusive husband, and if so how?
J.R. spent nearly a decade believing that she was the problem in the marriage. Learning about emotional abuse helped her establish safety boundaries.
Are you ready to help stop human trafficking? Melea Stephens from NCOSE shares how you can participate in advocacy without having to leave home.
If you're wondering how to set boundaries in an emotionally abusive relationship, you are NOT alone. Elizabeth continues her story.
What if you could spot a hidden emotional abuse right away? Elizabeth courageously shares her story to help you identify the cycle of abuse.
Excitement, fear, frustration, self-loathing - Vicki shares the torrent of emotions she's experienced in the aftermath of her abusive marriage.
Vicki shares her courageous journey leaving an abusive marriage, including the challenges, interventions, and empowering choices that led her to safety.
Vicki reveals the devastating truth of living 30 years of narcissistic abuse, detailing a family's nightmare filled with manipulation, control, and silent suffering.
Sammy shares her experience taking the BTR.ORG Meditation Workshop as a woman of faith, finding healing and hope after betrayal trauma and emotional abuse.
You deserve peace, calm, and stillness. Lily shares how The BTR.ORG Meditation Workshop has helped her find peace despite outer chaos.
Pat shares how BTR.ORG's brand new Meditation Workshop has helped her find healing and empowerment after betrayal and emotional abuse.
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Bethany Kuhlig

This speaker mentions a book and I have heard about it a few times but I couldn't catch the name. Could you tell me the name so I can order it please?

Mar 23rd
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Marnie Crisp

Hearing and understand the message was difficult for me during this episode due to the use of the term "girls" while referring to adult women. The use of a word for adolescent females should not be included in consensual sexual safety dialogue about marital betrayal.

Aug 14th
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Sara Lasenby

hi. I would really like to listen to coach Sarah's podcast. how do I find it? please. many thanks.

Jun 4th
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Carolan

Great show thank you both.

Nov 18th
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Kati Florida

Why do you insist on bringing porn into EVERY podcast? Your guests will have a whole story and you’re like “yeah! But porn is bad” and you can hear that it throws your guests off, when they hadn’t even brought it up in THEIR story..only you do!! Obsessed much?

Sep 27th
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Somerset Davidson

Thank you for giving a voice to the victims. Thank you for giving us the words we didn't know we had, the strength we didn't see and the ability to be heard and validated. Your podcast helps those of us that have been so manipulated by chaos to find clarity and peace. Thank you for your courageous actions to face the abusers, the liars and manipulators, to take a stand and offer a community to the victims, so that we can be validated, heal and live productively. You are a true advocate.

Sep 17th
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BTR admirer

Oh Connie! I'm so glad to hear your story. I am going through the EXACT SAME thing. A lot of his family saw the abuse and acting out. But when he left, suddenly I was the abuser, terrible mother and wife, liar....... everything you described. And now they're banding together to attack me through the family court system here in Australia. All the best to you and the beautiful women experiencing the same.

Sep 5th
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Nicole Brewer

This was huge for me to listen to both podcasts. Brought me to tears! My husband is an alcoholic who lies constantly. I keep trying to save our marriage while he does nothing. I’m glad to know I’m not alone.

Sep 1st
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Amy Hawthorne

I can relate to this so much. I feel seen and validated, thank you so much ❤

Feb 19th
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Alanna Wolfe Van Leeuwen

I was surprised by the 10% stat of men who will try to overcome this addiction, but not all succeed. My husband is one of them who has overcome, but it did take him over 5 years and he had a 40 year addiction! He is now actively involved in helping other men through The Conquer series and Seven Pillars by Pure Desire Ministries.

Sep 28th
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Jennifer Grace Hebel

this is great, very insightful-thank you!

May 27th
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Megan Iorg

BTR is a lifeline and a personal resource for me. The moments of solace and understanding as I listen are a blessing -throughout an arduous journey of pain & destruction. I feel inspired to reclaim confidence, self-respect, and to remember life BEFORE gaslighting and betrayal. The ever-present, insidiously amplifying behaviors of a S/A cannot be "fixed" with my false sense of control and pleading for mercy. Now, I will reach out to the intensively trained counselors, accept/ offer support to others, and focus on my spirituality. Thank you so much, A Fellow S.H.E.R.O.

Nov 28th
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Felicia Simard

I have been reaching out. Asking for an accountability partner within my church to help cope with mental states, with no response back. I joined Codependents Anonymous (CoDA) online, which wasn't the community connections I thought it would be. I believe one on one in person is probably effective other wise you write on a message board and someone may get back to you that day or in a week. It can feel hopeless via online. I downloaded these podcasts in a last attempt to salvage what little sanity I was trying to rebuild. These podcasts have been the single most helpful 'tools' I have gained since my last 'internally drowning' episode. Obviously professional counselling and going in person to groups such as CoDA would be alot more beneficial. If your like me and transportation or finances make it so that those aren't really attainable at this present time then this is a GO TO! It's instilled HOPE and made me feel understood (which feels like half the battle at times.) Even though I'm th

Oct 18th
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