Here at PoSARC, we offer you various levels of support to help you heal from your betrayals:
- The pages of this website, all of which are free to peruse (but you'll need our written permission to reprint any material here, as it is copyrighted)
We do not accept money from advertisers, not just because we treasure our freedom to post only material we wholeheartedly agree with, but also because we are committed to providing an intrusion-free reading experience for you. No ads, ever!
Know that this website is full of free educational materials which can be a great place to get started and sometimes applying this material directly to your personal situation requires and deserves something more.
That's where our e-books, trainings and private session work comes in!
- e-Books for purchase in our Store which can help you better understand the often complex topics here in much more detail and depth than we can offer on the website alone.
- Private one-on-one session work us either in person, over the phone or via videoconferencing
To read more about how we work, please see our FAQ page
To see our Bio pages, click here: Lili or Cassie
To schedule your session with either Lili or Cassie, Click Here
- While we appreciate hearing from you and we do our best to read most everything sent to us, please respect our time by understanding we cannot possibly respond to all the many e-mails we receive.
If you have questions or issues about your own situation that you would like help with, please schedule a private one-on-one session hour with us using the above links and we will be happy to help share our expertise with you and offer guidance as needed.
Sometimes partners find it helpful to write out and send their stories; certainly other partners learn and can relate from reading them. If you would like to submit your story for possible inclusion into the Partners Stories page, please keep it to under 750 words, edit it for proper grammar and write in the subject line: For Partners Stories.
We reserve the right to print stories (or not) at our discretion without contacting the sender first.
We do not have the time to respond to e-mails asking the status of any Partners Story we may have received from you-- we apologize ahead of time.
If you’d like to submit a question for the Your Questions Answered feature, please keep it to a maximum of 500 words, with good grammar/ punctuation.
(We reserve the right to use/ print questions submitted for this purpose and we change the identifying details of your story to protect anonymity.
We’re sorry we won’t have time to respond to requests on the status of your Question, once submitted. But we hope you’re signed up for the e-mail list so you’ll be apprised of new questions being answered).
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If you are unable to avail yourself of one on one private session time with us, do reach out to your local mental health clinic. Many provide free or low-cost therapy which can aid you in reestablishing your stability and working your way towards healing from this betrayal trauma.
Your local domestic violence shelter may also offer free classes on learning about the abuse cycles of manipulative men and may direct you to free or low-cost therapy options.
If you are in severe emotional distress and need to speak with someone immediately, you can call the hotline number for Domestic Abuse. While most people believe that domestic violence only refers to physical violence, please know that emotional abuse also qualifies, absolutely. While the volunteers at Domestic Abuse hotlines are not specialists in betrayal trauma, sometimes it can be a lifeline just to be able to talk with someone trained to listen and who may possibly provide you with some suggestions for help that is local to your area.
In the U.S. and Canada: 1-800- 799-SAFE
If you are suicidal, please call 911 or the Suicide Hotline: 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
If you or your children are in danger of being physically harmed, call 911.
We proudly donate a percentage of any monies earned through the sale of our services or merchandise to:
Stop Porn Culture, a non-profit organization started by Dr. Gail Dines. Stoppornculture.org is dedicated to challenging the porn industry and the harmful culture it perpetuates.
Please note: The information and resources on this site are for educational and informational purposes only and should not take the place of consulting a doctor or mental health professional. In case of serious psychological, physical or other issues, please consult a health professional immediately. None of our information is meant to treat or diagnose any mental health condition nor is it a substitute for proper medical or psychological diagnosis and treatment.