up your mind that no matter what comes your way, no matter how
difficult, no matter how unfair, you will do more than simply survive.
You will thrive in spite of it.” —Joel Osteen
You are not a victim of your circumstance. You will rise above this.
You are not a victim, you are Gods treasure and masterpiece and no one should take that away from you.
You are worthy and deserve better, become the victor against domestic violence.
One of my healing process was finding my confidence because being abused did not mean I‘ve got a disease or I‘m less of a person. So I will not let my circumstances define me.
Woman you have been hurt, you‘ve been disrespected and now probably too numb to even act out. I want to remind you that in your capacity you‘re both beautiful and great. You are the future so don‘t allow the unkind acts of another human being make you lose your voice or your spark.
After going through an abusive childhood, I CLAIM back my power. NOBODY will take it away from me. WE as the STRONG WOMEN have ARRIVED. WE will fight you tooth and nail and not allow ourselves to become victims in our society that is suppose to protect us. MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS, GRAND-DAUGHTERS, AUNTS, NIECES we are WARRIORS.
Have strength but don’t be hardened. Your feminine gentleness and compassion is also your feminine fierceness that has the power to bring peace through support of fellow womxn and children . #RiseAbove
I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become. I am a SURVIVOR!
Your struggle right now will become a testimony, you can use it to inspire other people. And believe me, there are others who will need to hear your story and it will have a powerful effect on them. This is your story, your life. Make it count. Don‘t give up, you are precious. Be blessed.
It is okay to breakdown, to loose control, to be lost...there is no shame in fully being immersed in the pain. The best way out is through it all, get familiar with those feelings so that you will never allow yourself to go back there so that you find strength and never fear the cause of the pain. From there you will be able to recognize anything or anyone that wants to take you back to that darkness, you’ll stand and in a confrontational way say, “I see you! Stop right there, not today, not ever.
You‘re not stupid, weak or unlovable. You‘re none of the things he says you are. He‘s the coward; you‘re the heroine of this story. Leave. Take the children. Never look back. There is real help out there. Don‘t be afraid. You are the real warrior in this story.
Healing takes time, so take those baby steps towards being you again. And remember you can‘t go through this alone so seek help. Better days are coming stay positive.
For every wound there is a scar. And every scar tells a story. A story that says:" I SURVIVED". You are a survivor!
You can recognize survivors of abuse by their courage. When silence is so very inviting, they step forward and share their truth so others know they aren’t alone.
Don’t judge yourself for what others did to you.
Instead of saying “I’m damaged, I’m broken, I have trust issues”, say “I’m healing, I’m rediscovering myself, I’m starting over.”
Empowered women empower women.
Surround yourself with only people who are going to lift you higher.
Be bold enough to use your voice and brave enough to listen to your heart.
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