SURVIVOR’S UNITE!

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JOIN ME ALONG WITH OTHER SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AS WE COME TOGETHER AND UNITE! SHARING OUR EXPERIENCES, OFFER ADVICE ON THINGS WE HAVE GONE THROUGH AND HOW WE GOT THROUGH THEM, AND EVEN SHARE SOME LAUGHS! THIS IS ALL ABOUT SURVIVORS COMING TOGETHER, TALKING WITH THOSE WHO UNDERSTAND WHAT WE HAVE GONE THROUGH OR WHAT WE ARE NOW GOING THROUGH.

SINCE I STARTED BLOGGING; I MADE SOME AWESOME CONNECTIONS WITH SOME AMAZING PEOPLE. THEY ENCOURAGE AND EMPOWER ME IN WAYS I CANNOT EVEN BEGIN TO PUT IN WORDS. SO I STARTED THINKING HOW AMAZING IT WOULD BE FOR ALL OF US TO GET TOGETHER IN A CHAT FORUM. SO I DECIDED TO CREATE ONE. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING AT 8:00 PM EST. I WILL HOST THIS CHAT. *SURVIVORS UNITE*

YOU WILL BE ABLE TO JOIN IN ON THE CONVO, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO FIND SUPPORT, ADVICE, AND CONNECT WITH THESE AMAZING PEOPLE. I TRULY WANT PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT THEY ARE NOT ALONE AND THAT THEY ARE NOT THE ONLY ONES WHO HAVE HAD TO EXPERIENCE THESE HORRIFIC TRAUMAS. I WANT PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT THEY HAVE A SHOULDER TO LEAN ON.

HERE IS THE DIRECT LINK TO THE CHAT FORUM: https://tlk.io/alifeworthlivingfor  OR YOU CAN FIND IT ON THE LEFT SIDEBAR ON MY WEBPAGE.

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE! 🙂

I am a warrior

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Like the photo that coincides with this blog: ” I have battled my whole life to become the strong woman I am today…”

My father abandoned us after my mother divorced him. My stepfather passed from cancer. I was in an abusive relationship. As well as dealt with alcoholism and other obstacles in my life.

Through the small obstacles to the larger ones, I successfully fought my way through. At times I just had to jump over a hurdle, other times I had to crawl and claw my way out. I fought and I conquered

My scars; whether their physical, or the ones I allow to be seen through my words or by my voice, will never be used as a tool to try and further damage me. They will be used to show that I am a fighter. That I am strong and that I survived and will always survive.

I am a warrior; do not be ashamed by my battle wounds. Embrace them, just as I embrace them.

Embrace your own battle wounds! You’re a survivor; you have a story that needs to be told to ears that need and want to hear.

We as the survivors of our circumstances need to be the voice for those who no longer have one, and to those who have yet to find their own voice.

Photo Credit: From Facebook page: Stop Domestic Abuse