Breaking Down Abuse: Unveiling the Calculated Nature of Partner Abuse and Empowering Victims

Understanding the Dynamics of Abuse in Relationships All Abuse Is Calculated and Unilateral If men know that women are not attracted to abusers – and they do – then the only way men can effectively perpetrate abuse is to conceal the language they use to remove responsibility for their behavior.  The best approach to concealing … Read more

Clarifying Abuse and Breaking the Cycle: Center for Peace’s Approach to Correcting the Language and Misconceptions of Abuse

Have you ever googled, “Am I being abused”?  If you have, you’ve likely uncovered terms such as “domestic abuse”, “relational abuse”, or “intimate partner abuse”. You may not realize these terms suggest and support the common narrative that it takes two to tango. At Center for Peace, we break down mutualizing narratives that convict a … Read more

Revolutionizing “Recovery”: Center for Peace’s Unique Approach to Healing from Addiction and Relationship Abuse

Understanding Abuse Through an Addiction Model: A Critical Analysis For decades we’ve been talking about and treating abuse from an addiction model. For decades abuse continues to exacerbate and addicts continue to slip and relapse creating an untenable condition for wives and the children who also suffer at the hands of abusive men. The Role … Read more