Certified Trauma-Informed Life coach for victims of domestic violence tells her own personal story of leaving an abusive relationship. Building a strong support system and finding safe ways to fight back are two of the most significant methods to surviving and recuperating from abuse. Leaving an abusive relationship is one of the most dangerous decisions a woman can make for herself and her child(ren). This … Continue reading Women Shouldn’t Have to Live in Fear: Methods to Survive and Leave an Abusive Relationship, Safely
The most difficult thing to lose has to be your tummy. Honestly, we love to eat; the best thing to do is to identify foods that would allow us to eat our way to a flatter tummy. We had no clue where to begin so we asked some friends! My name is Gina Harper, and I run Harper’s Nurseries: a site that’s all about urban … Continue reading HOW TO EAT MY WAY TO A FLATTER TUMMY
Let’s face it, there are some things that 2020 exposed that wouldn’t have been revealed if COVID didn’t shake us up. Some relationships were past the expiration date and some of us were sitting on gold minds but were working for the factory, (you’ll catch that later). But there are some lessons we learned that we can not forget. Here are 21 things we learned … Continue reading 21 Things We Learned NOT To DO in 2021
So I searched google from end to end to find the perfect fluffy pancake recipe. I found a few recipes and found one I liked. To tell you the backstory, I saw a few photos on Instagram of a wedding pancake and I was inspired to create one of my own. I followed the recipe and the first one came out flat and ugly. I … Continue reading Life Is A Lot Like Pancakes: 4 Things I Learned From 4 Years Of Entrepreneurship
The key to accomplishing your goals is To Keep First Things First! It’s hard to stay focus in a world where everything is moving faster than you are. Sometimes the pace of the world can make you feel like you aren’t accomplishing much. What has kept me focused on accomplishing my goals is to remember why they became goals in the first place. All of … Continue reading Here’s The #1 Key To Accomplishing Your Goals
Rape, the very sound of the word makes people feel uncomfortable. It’s the elephant in the room in many families, and somehow it’s always perceived as the victim’s fault. I’ve always believed that it’s the silence of the victims that have given predators and society the authority to treat rape victims the way they do. Silence is great for most things but NOT in cases of abuse; there should be an outcry. The identity of rape victims are concealed, and I can understand that, because no one wants anyone to know that they were raped no matter the circumstance, so we hide behind the alias while our assailants profess their innocence boldly. While the legal system intended to protect us by concealing us, it has also alienated us and given the advantage to the enemy. Remaining nameless and faceless has harmed us.
My grandmother asked me, why did I put my face on my first book, How I Escaped The Prison of Rape: The Journey To Total Freedom. This book tells the story of how I was molested as a child and raped as an adult. Her concern was that people would come back and point fingers at me, and I told her that it was necessary for me to put a face to the story. Putting my face to the shame the enemy once threatened to expose; was my way of telling hell, I won’t be bullied. The things you continue to hide you cannot be healed from.
There is so much I would tell the younger me. I would want her to know that she is beautiful and that she should always believe in herself –no matter what! I would tell her to keep God first because she will have to walk through some challenging times. As I think back, I’m getting teary-eyed because what I want to say to her today … Continue reading What Advice Would You Give To Your Younger Self ? 30 + Great Answers
Join the movement on social media using the hashtag #ItHasToStopBullying. Continue reading America’s Bullying Expert Dr. Mildred Peyton Speaks
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