pRon talks to Deanna Carpenter about her life as a survivor of childhood and adult domestic abuse. Deanna courageously shares her personal insights into this subject and we learn how she transforms from a victim to an advocate. /ppWell worth the listening/ppLinks/ppa href=’https://emerging’https://emergingfromthedark.com/a/ppFacebook: Its’s A Wrap With Rap/ppYou Tube : It’s A Wrap With Rap/pphttps;//rrapaport.podbean.com/p Source: […]
Sometimes I find social media to be too much. Maybe instead something and I want to talk to the author but not in a public setting. Before I was ready to tell my story publicly I would see a post and as badly as I wanted to say something, I was too afraid of who […]
Every day I wake up. I look in the mirror and my first thought is often what I was told when I was growing up – that I wasn’t pretty and never would be.
I have survived some major abuse but I’m still standing. I’m still living. I’m still making better choices for myself and my kids, every single day.
Look at what you have survived so far in your life. I believe in you. You are braver than you believe, stronger than you know, and smarter than you think.
He shows me illusions of warmth and safety. He becomes my friend, confidant and lover. He wraps his arms around me as I rest my head on his chest. I feel safe and content for a time.
Surviving, Healing, Thriving – it is a never-ending process. It is our life. The process does not have to be negative though, with the right frame of mind. Every time I acknowledge something new, I find myself feeling a greater sense of peace.
Nightmare, darkness from the past hide in the shadows waiting to pounce, filled with the desire to destroy the delicate dew-covered petals of the newborn lotus
There is no timetable, no right or wrong turn as long as you continue to work to improve yourself, to love yourself.Tweet