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I will never again allow a man to talk down to me, degrade me or make me feel as though I need to constantly "fix" myself. I will never again be so desperate to be "loved" or supported financially that I sacrifice myself and my children to the hands of an abuser. I am stronger than I've ever been and I will speak my truth;) xoxo

"Nothing is weaker or smaller than the man who hurts women or children whether by his actions or by his words" This is so true. No one treats my kids like shit.we are the voice for our children.

#SurvivorLoveLetter Sexual Assault Survivors Share Beautiful Love Letters to Themselves and Others

Sexual Assault Survivors Share Beautiful Love Letters to Themselves and Others, this made Me cry I love all of you guys I'm here for you and so are your friends and family xoxo -Lee

We help Victims become Survivors. www.fgcservices.com/ We work with those who live and work in Catawba County North Carolina.

Will the Real Victim Please Stand Up

Helping to see yourself as a survivor, not a victim. Victim = Past. Survivor = Present.not victim better victorious

This may describe the aftermath, but it is by no means the end of your story. Don't allow them so much space in your head or power over your future.

A powerful description of narcissistic sociopath relationship abuse. This could also be used to describe the relationship some people have with their religious upbringing.

Why victims are often not believed, silenced, and shunned by the very people they depend on for support.

I would stop child abuse because I know how it feels and no child should go through it.

Do you want to heal for real from abuse/narcissistic/toxic relationships? I would love to show you a way to do this and invite you to connect to my free resources to help you. 16 days of email support of everything I know in a condensed form, two free ebooks which you can download straight away - How to do No Contact and The First Steps and an invitation to my free webinar where I take you through a Quanta Freedom Healing experience for yourself. Your new life is waiting for you. Much love…

Do you want to heal for real from abuse/narcissistic/toxic relationships? I would love to show you a way to do this and invite you to connect to my free resources to help you. 16 days of email support of everything I know in a condensed form, two free ebooks which you can download straight away - How to do No Contact and The First Steps and an invitation to my free webinar where I take you through a Quanta Freedom Healing experience for yourself. Your new life is waiting for you. Much love…

Time now to start giving to you. Learn more about how to get yourself back and…

Recovery from Emotionally Abusive Relationships. Education about Narcissists, Sociopaths, and other Toxic People.

Throw roses to the abyss.-I have never seen this quote before, but, wow, can't get the imagery out of my head. How wonderful it would be if every abuse survivor could throw roses into the abyss, overcoming the monsters that invade us and seek to cast us into permanent darkness. I am still here, wasn't swallowed alive. But, there are others who could not hold on. For them, throw a rose into the abyss, throw 10. Fill it so that the monsters know they have not won.

throw roses into the abyss and say : 'here is my thanks to the monster who didn't succeed in swallowing me alive' - Friedrich Nietzsche

1.Pay attention to how often you were right about a person or situation in the past (reminds you that your instincts are good.) 2.Decide what qualities you want in friends and partners (reminds you to pay attention to what you want). 3.Observe other people to to see if they behave in ways that prove they have the qualities you want (reminds you that talk is cheap). 4.Withhold personal information until you observe the qualities you want in a person (reminds you that you deserve privacy).

Trusting Yourself After An Abusive Relationship

attention to how often you were right about a person or situation in the past (reminds you that your instincts are good.) what qualities you want in friends and partners (reminds you to pay attention to what you want). other peopl

Surviving Sexual Abuse | LIVING IN STIGMA Surviving Sexual Abuse  I am a childhood sexual abuse survivor, and I can declare that with my head high.  I didn’t always reason or feel that way, as for the majority of my teen and adult years were filled with shame and guilt and turmoil and most of all….unrelenting depression.

Surviving Sexual Abuse (PTSD)

scars are an everyday reminder of how good God is. I can never be grateful enough for the life He has saved. "every scar tells a story" or "everyone has a story" ? liking that.

These people are sheer evil but I don't think even Satan would want them around!!! But your nightmares can turn into sweet dreams, I am proof of it. Go NO CONTACT! And that's just what it was, H E L L

it takes a strong soul to endure so much pain and heartache and still make it out alive; to not get stuck in the deep burning pit of misery

Why Do Sexual Assault Survivors Feel Shame? A Cartoon Sums It Up. By The 4th Panel, I'm Taken Aback.

Why do sexual assault survivors feel shame? A cartoon sums it up.

Why Do Sexual Assault Survivors Feel Shame? A Cartoon Sums It Up. By The 4th Panel, I'm Taken Aback.

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