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“Too long have [victims] sat in the shadows” and it may take time for them to heal and believe that they are worthy of true happiness.
We can achieve success on the other side of feeling "stuck" by focusing on the good and each, small win every day.
Use this worksheet along with the recent podcast "One Win At A Time" with Nate Nomichith.
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Being your best self means knowing when to look inside yourself, make adjustments, and nurture all areas of your personal wellness.
Finding Your Way is a podcast "designed with survivors in mind". Conversations on this show help guide listeners toward finding solutions for safety and support as they navigate life from being a victim to becoming a survivor of violence. Episode #1 "Orienting A Survivor's Compass" is the first of many radio shows to come. If you are interested in submitting questions or contributing as a guest on the show, email us at email@example.com.
National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, Recognizing Law Enforcement and Inspiring Hope for Victims.
As a nation, we have our challenges, but our human nature to care for and nurture the needy has risen up to the occasion.
This is our opportunity to ask those within our 6-foot-circles how we can help smooth the path to help them make the necessary changes to live well during COVID-19
Purposely depriving your partner of sleep may not leave bruises or scars, but it is still abuse.
What I Wish I Knew About Dating, Before I Started Dating
8 Movie Quotes For Relationship Checks
"My partner hasn't hit me, but I'm confused about how I'm being treated." - Anonymous, Mailbox Monday
"One of the hardest tasks I have faced is making decisions in cases that involve victimized youth." - Hon. Marshall Murray
When we can use concepts from the world in which our tweens operate and parallel them with real life scenarios, those lessons often stick in their memory longer.
What thoughts we allow to repeat in our mind will become what we believe.
Survivors of abuse are not exempt from the need for a mentoring relationship. Those involved in victim advocacy, social work or other helping professions often guide survivors through their walk into the freedom to be who they already are.
Trust your gut, because YOU ARE THE EXPERT of your situation.