Lisa Wimble is passionate about writing and helping people navigate toxic and abusive relationships. Her blog is called Toxic Relationship Recovery and focuses on understanding a toxic relationship and how to best heal from these often traumatic relationships and rebuild your life.
I spent two decades in an abusive marriage, trying everything I could to fix the relationship. However, I eventually realized that I was not responsible for my husband’s behavior and that I needed to prioritize my own well-being and that of my children. With determination and strength, I planned, packed, and escaped overnight with my five sons.By Lisa Wimble
Through her experience, insight, and knowledge, I learned valuable lessons that I now use to support others in similar situations.
Her goal is that through her story, people will recognize that abuse has no concerns for race, religion, education, or social standing. She attempts to convey to women that there is no need to be ashamed of their circumstances and that they are not to blame for the abuse. Her aim is to provide hope for new beginnings and a brighter future.
Recovery from Toxic Relationships seeks to help and guide you through overcoming a toxic relationship. The poisonous relationship could be with a coworker, a family member, a friend, or a spouse, but healing begins with an awakening when you are fully broken and exposed. You realize that nothing will change in your life unless you change your ways and that no one deserves to be abused. You will then be able to piece together your life, piece by piece, and rebuild the mosaic of the new you.
Emotional, physical, and financial abuse are often swept under the carpet; however, when you are trapped in this situation, the internet is often the first place you look for help and understanding. This motivated me to start my blog and consolidate the information I learned to eventually leave the abusive marriage.
As a Life Coach and Trauma Releasing Practitioner (TRE), She writes based on her experiences and what she had to learn to transform her life.
Her transition into blogging was relatively easy, as she joined a blogging coach Sadie Smiley from Passive Income Pathways. As a new blogger, her coaching helped with the learning curve and provided support and motivation initially.
She has gained a following by writing authentically from the heart so that people can more easily relate.
She syndicates through Newsbreak, and her social pages are the following
Her blogging advice would be to ensure that you blog about a topic you are passionate about, collaborate and have a blogging coach you can relate to. It takes time to build an audience; these suggestions make it much easier initially.
We at The Blogging Network had the great pleasure and experience of interacting with Lisa Wimble. She shared her veteran blogging experience with great enthusiasm and energy. We wish her good luck and success.