Abusing Abuse? | Guest Post, Part 1

Abusing Abuse? | Guest Post, Part 1 Recently Darcy left some excellent thoughts in a comment and I asked her if she would expand on them in a post. I’m honored that she agreed.  cannot tell you how many times someone has told me, “Well, I know plenty of patriarchal families who are wonderful people […]

To Change a World | Guest Post

To Change a World | Guest Post by Melanie Anderson unset Park is a little piece of fairytale on the coast of one of the Great Lakes, about twenty or so minutes from where I live.  It looks like just a hill with the lake in the distance until you are a couple feet from […]

Silent Sorrow | Guest Post

March 28, 2010 Silent Sorrow | Guest Post *Note: I am honored that Jo agreed to write this post for my Quivering Daughter readers. This is a painful subject not addressed enough throughout Christendom and particularly, among conservatives. I am Jo: a survivor of sexual abuse and a fundamentalist childhood. I am many things in […]

When the Formula Fails, Part Two | Guest Post

When the Formula Fails, Part Two | Guest Post  by David Orrison In spite of all of these possibilities of coincidental or limited success, and in spite of the effective marketing techniques, spiritual formulas simply don’t work. They don’t work because the Lord resists them. The Scripture is quite clear that the Lord wants His […]

To Change a World | Guest Post

To Change a World | Guest Post by Melanie Anderson unset Park is a little piece of fairytale on the coast of one of the Great Lakes, about twenty or so minutes from where I live.  It looks like just a hill with the lake in the distance until you are a couple feet from […]

Humiliation Manipulation | Guest Post

Humiliation Manipulation | Guest Post by David Orrison Every once in a while a light shines out revealing the truth of our surroundings. Sometimes it only lasts a moment, but we gain insights that change our understanding of the world. Suddenly, the explanation we have been looking for explodes like a flash of lightning. For […]

To Change a World | Guest Post

To Change a World | Guest Post by Melanie Anderson unset Park is a little piece of fairytale on the coast of one of the Great Lakes, about twenty or so minutes from where I live.  It looks like just a hill with the lake in the distance until you are a couple feet from […]

Silent Sorrow | Guest Post

March 28, 2010 Silent Sorrow | Guest Post *Note: I am honored that Jo agreed to write this post for my Quivering Daughter readers. This is a painful subject not addressed enough throughout Christendom and particularly, among conservatives. I am Jo: a survivor of sexual abuse and a fundamentalist childhood. I am many things in […]

Why Should I Care? | Guest Post by Defrauded Daughters

March 4, 2010 Why Should I Care? | Guest Post by Defrauded Daughters *Note: I read this article recently and was very moved. I think that other quivering daughters and those who love them will be able to relate in many ways; if so, please leave your thoughts. Communism fell. Everyone knows (at least here […]

Finding Healing from Disillusionment | Guest Post

Finding Healing from Disillusionment | Guest Post by Elizabeth Wyse Cook What do you do when someone you trust breaks that trust?  When you find out that they are a hypocrite?  When you finally realize that all the little things that didn’t quite make sense before, now make perfect sense, but in the opposite way […]