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Kriss Mitchell, M.Ed, CRC, CNHP

I can answer questions regarding emotional and physical abuse in dating and marriage situations, however I am unable to give legal advice. Having had firsthand experience in an abusive relationship, I understand the feelings, the questions and the doubts we have as we try to make decisions about how to improve our situations. I am also able to address spiritual concerns regarding staying in or leaving these types of situations.


can answer all relationship questions involving unhealthy, addictive, or otherwise unhappy arrangements, except those involving the legalities of physical abuse..

Cathy Backlund, Life Coach in Abuse & Domestic Violence

Are you unsure if you are living in an abusive relationship? Are you feeling confused, angry or hurt and don't know what to do? I can help you determine if you are in an abusive or unhealthy relationship and provide suggestions on how to create a plan for your happiness, health and well-being! Please ask questions to find out answers today! Everyone deserves to live life with happiness and joy, and I am here to help you. Are you ready to find out how you can live a better and happier life? If you are, please ask your questions today!! Asking and finding the answers you are looking for is the first step to improve you joy and happiness!

Johnny St. Tai

Human relation is a complex machine. Whether you're feeling hurt and abused, or have fear regarding that you might've hurt someone unknowingly, let us try to understand the problem. By understanding the problem, we can face it, and resolve it. I do not deal in miracle, I deal in reality.

Dr. David Simonsen

I can answer questions directly related to your challenging relationships. I will give you a straight forward answer to what I think the problem is.

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2017-02-28 Trying to get out:

Hi Sammy,  What I was referring to was what is called the profile of an abuser.  Abusers will do what they can to make those they abuse dependent on them.  Often it comes in the form of separating them

2017-02-27 Trying to get out:

Dear Sammy,  I am so sad to hear that you are in such a difficult situation.  Abusers tend to develop these kinds of situations and they are designed to make you feel stuck and without options.    I am

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