Episode #14: Surviving & Thriving After Coercive Control & Post Separation Abuse
Welcome to Episode 14 of Triggers and Spiritual Medicine podcast with host, Laura Bonetzky-Joseph. Join us for amazing podcast episode on “Surviving & Thriving After Coercive Control & Post Separation Abuse” with Erika Hull, Abuse Survivor, Life Management Consultant, Author, & Co-Founder of The CornHer Office.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Sometimes after we leave an abusive relationship, the abuse does not stop. Erika talks about her journey through a repeated history of abuse including coercive control, Family court issues and post-separation abuse that led her to healing and reclaiming her power back.
We each share 3 tips on what survivors can do NOW despite the actions of their abusers and offer additional resources including both of NEW books coming out October 2022 that are complementary to each other.
Erika Shalene Hull is a Life Management Consultant, Author and Co-Founder of The CornHer Office. After spending over 10 years, primarily as a Financial Development Director for a world-wide non-profit organization, Erika sought to lessen the gap between the challenges of working and parenthood, by leaving corporate America and becoming a full-time entrepreneur. With having to overcome numerous traumas during this time, including abuse, suicide of oldest child, and the day-to-day hardship of a crippling genetic disorder, she is courageously passionate about helping others rise above their own personal obstacles. From minimizing daily burdens, creating manageability and building confidence, through The CornHer Office, Erika provides methods, tools and resources delivering the life fulfillment clients seek, intending to impact women’s lives for the BETTER. When she’s not taking on life’s challenges, she’s v’logging, road trippin’ or drinking a cup of coffee with her husband and five children in Ohio.
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
DomesticShelters.org: Educational information, hotline, and searchable database of programs and services near you.
Love Is Respect (National Dating Abuse Hotline): Offers young people a chance to chat online, call, or text with advocates. www.loveisrespect.org
National Domestic Abuse Hotline (800-799-7233): 24/7 hotline with access to service providers and shelters across the United States. http://www.thehotline.org)
The Quincy Solution by Barry Goldstein: https://www.barrygoldstein.net/books/the-quincy-solution
Feisty; Dangerously Amazing Women Using Their Voices To Make An Impact: https://www.amazon.com/Laura-Bonetzky-Joseph/e/B09QMVSW7Y
ABOUT TRIGGERS & SPIRITUAL MEDICINE:
Vision: To break the unrecognized endemic of unresolved unhealed trauma & create sustainable systems for recovery, healing & empowerment.
Mission: To help others rediscover the power that lies within and to find that treasure buried in the depths of the shadows. To help them become their own superhero.
We hope by addressing the intersectionality and connect the dots like a web of many of society’s challenges, we can help others understand the trauma infection that impacts all areas of life – addiction, domestic violence, racism, homelessness, sexual abuse, chronic health issues, cancer, environmental issues, climate change and more. In this NEW collaborative program, we hope by highlighting these infected areas and what they share in common, a new perspective of solutions, healing, and resolutions can be birthed.