Strategies for Emotional & Psychological Safety
“I’m stressed every time I see a text from him.”
For married women, communication is required because they live in the same home.
And even if you’re separated or divorced, if you share children, you’re trapped into emotional and psychological abuse due to so-called co-parenting. It can feel like you’re being haunted by phone calls, texts, and emails.
Either way, we help victims communicate and act with abusers in a way that relieves the anxiety and stress.
“…I had to communicate with him because we share kids. I couldn’t figure out how to get out of his vortex. I wondered if my nightmare would ever end. But once I understood the BTR Living Free strategies, everything changed.”
Includes a Hands On Workbook
The BTR.ORG Living Free Workshop is 52 short video lessons, with an online question after each one, and includes an inspired 60-page Workbook to PRINT to complete throughout the workshop.
Get to emotional safety with without being blamed or required to love, serve, forgive, or support the abuser.
BTR.ORG Living Free concepts will transform the fear and frustration into action steps out of the chaos.
Protect Your Thoughts From Emotional & Psychological Abuse
This is what the abuser wants – all your attention on him.
He wants you to believe that your life is all about him.
The BTR.ORG Living Free Workshop will teach you thought tactics to protect your mind from being hijacked by the abuser.
Learn How & Why Abuser’s Communicate
But when you know why an abuser communicates, including why they ask questions, you can respond strategically.
Learn How To Set Boundaries That Actually Separate You From The Harm
The BTR.ORG Boundary Model isn’t the dumb “tell him your boundaries” disaster you’ve tried before.
In fact, it doesn’t even require you to say anything to put a barrier between yourself and the emotional and psychological abuse.
Learn How to Respond to Abusive Communication In-Person & In Writing
Meet Anne & Jane
Anne Blythe, M.Ed., Founder & Executive Director
After years of attempting to stop her husband’s pornography use and “anger issues”, Anne turned her attention to establishing emotional and psychological safety for herself and her three children.
As she learns in real time, Anne shares her journey with others to help women safely and effectively separate themselves from their husband’s (or ex’s) emotional & psychological abuse and sexual coercion and establish peace in their homes and families.
Jane Marple, Content Director
Jane’s life mission is to spread awareness and education about emotional, psychological, narcissistic abuse, sexual coercion, betrayal trauma, and recovery to women all over the world. From the weekly BTR.ORG Podcast episode, she creates educational content on the BTR.ORG website and on our social media channels like Instagram @btr.org_ and TikTok @btr.org
Along with Anne, she also creates content for BTR.ORG educational workshops, like The BTR.ORG Living Free Workshop.
Jane is a Certified High Conflict Divorce Coach (CHCDC).
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If you’d like guidance on how to implement the BTR.ORG Living Free Strategies in your own situation, attend a BTR.ORG Group Session. We’d love to see you in a session TODAY!