One thing I’ve learned as a domestic violence advocate – every survivor’s story matters.
Every time a victim survives the hell s/he’s lived through, it is another point in the “win” column.Tweet This
One more person who was not destroyed by her* abuser’s put downs, cruelty, manipulation, control and EVIL. One more person who is stronger, wiser, and better able to stand up for herself, her beliefs, and her kids.
My friend at ForgetMeNot is creating a Survivor Wall. I am honored to be part of this wall. I don’t often share my story of abuse, mainly because I have moved past it, and I am now focusing on helping others. But, those abusive years did happen to me. They are part of me. So today, I invite you to read my story on ForgetMeNot’s Survivor Wall. Click here.
I invite you to:
- Share your story in the comments of this blog, and
- Contact Amy at Forget Me Not, and add your story to her wall.
I pray you will receive comfort and hope from God as you move forward into your new lives.
May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.
[I am] confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.
May God bless you today dear friends!