Domestic violence doesn't have a specific look or gender it can happen to anyone and is completely draining mentally and physically. Don't allow anyone to shame you for how long you stayed in it and continue being proud of yourself for finally getting out when you did. Mrs. Right or Mr. Right is patiently waiting… Continue reading Remember Domestic Violence Victors
Through every storm I encounter I always have to remember to be still.
We were created to be able to withstand the toughest and roughest waters. When I said "WE" that also includes yourself also. Your strength to withstand the toughest of waters was automatically given to you from the beginning and cannot be taken away by anyone. At times when things are coming at me in every… Continue reading Rough Waters
Just because you are having a bad day doesn't mean you dim your own light. Everyone has their share of bad days with some being worst then others. Don't allow your hardships to strip away your empathy no matter how terrible your personal situation seems. Shine your light on others and do not allow your… Continue reading Light
If you are at a stage of your life when it feels as if you are living in a constant faze I DEEPLY UNDERSTAND. Most times (more like on a daily basis) my depression has been beating me up non-stop with absolutely no painkillers to give up before the next beat down occurs. The vision… Continue reading Missing Piece
I do believe it's the truth when people often say "love makes you do crazy things" because we all have experienced seeing someone or even becoming the person who has done something you wouldn't typically do all in the name of love. To some the act may seem a bit bizarre but most times it's… Continue reading The Power of Love
Dealing with domestic violence doesn't always classify as Physical which some may assume it to be the only form there is. Having someone tell you continuously of how unworthy, ugly, useless, horrible of a person you are day in and day out with the fear of what is next is a form of abuse. Can… Continue reading Victim Shaming