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A little inspiration for the day. Thanks to everyone who has reached out to me these past few days with encouragement and love and also the strength to share your story as well. #weareenough #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth. I wanted to share my story to help other women out there to be a beacon of strength for them, and to know their worth. To know I've already helped a few women makes my heart so full. I will continue to inspire, give strength and spread love. Thank you for being a part of my journey with me. We are enough!

October is #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth! Remember, domestic violence can be physical, mental, or both. There is a way out. There are people who can, will & want to help you. Spread the word, #PutTheNailInIt #domesticviolence #repost from @safehorizon 💜💜💜💜

To recognize October as #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth Unspoken Angels sponsored a Brunch Conference educating women and teens from various shelters and group homes on situations revolving domestic abuse. Our goal was to show them support in numbers and empower their voices to break away from domestic abuses. #empowhermentbrunch #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth #unspokenangels

LA I can't wait to meet and party with you guys this Friday Night at Nirvana Lounge in Beverly Hills! Don't miss my meet and greet/Welcome to LA party! 9pm-1am get there early! Get your tickets by clicking the link in my bio. Because October is #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth I will be donating a portion of the proceeds to #BreakTheSilence @btsadv! I may or may not have some of my #9Mag family with me 😏

Most People Don't Know , But October Is #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth.. Ladies Know Yourself ,Know Your Worth👑. A Man Who Loves You Will NOT Put His Hands On You , Call You A Bitch , Bruise & Abuse Or Do Anything To Hurt You . -A Woman Is Beaten Every 9 Seconds.
-2 Million Injuries & 1,300 Deaths Are Caused Each Year As A Result Of Domestic Violence.
-It Can Happen To ANYONE .
Domestic Violence Are A Few Things Such As Threats , Verbal Abuse & Any Force During An Argument . It Doesn't Always Have To Be Physical Abuse . It's When One Person Tries To Dominate & Control The Other & It Does Not Discriminate . It Occurs Within All Age Ranges , Ethnic Backgrounds & Economic Levels. And While Women Are More Commonly Victimized, Men Are Abused Too, Especially Verbally & Emotionally.
If You're Going Through This Keep Your Faith Cause It Can Change 🙏🏽
Break The Silence, STOP The Violence.

As #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth comes to an end & @dodvaz just a week away, I'm reminded of the reason I push so hard to raise funds & spread awareness. The tears in this photo were those of happiness, but they were often overshadowed by those of a past of pain & abuse. My mom no longer has a voice, but I do. I use my voice to keep her memory alive & make a difference. Everyone should have a cause & this is mine. I vow to #PutANailInIt & end the silence around #DomesticViolence.

There are a lot of reasons I could be bitter and angry about the way things went down with the #R&BDivas Franchise, but I am not. When I see people I love and respect winning and making positive changes in their lives I am reminded of the good things that came from the Franchise. I am so proud of my little sister @keke_wyatt and #MichaelJamar...These two people are as genuine and deserving as they come and I am so blessed to have them represent what I had always hoped #RBDivas would be, preparation for opportunity and BLESSINGS! I am so inspired by their journey and how far they are headed GREAT @HUFFINGTONPOST ARTICLE! #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth

This is for all the survivors out there who feel shamed and/or scared into silence, there is power in your voice and in your story. Thank you to everyone who have heard my story and have opened up to me about theirs, together we are stronger. Hello everyone, my name is Rosa Lubbers and I am a sexual abuse and domestic violence survivor.

As painful as it is to share this photo...I feel it's very important to shed light on something that goes unnoticed. This was me just minutes after being cleaned up in the ER from a broken nose back on March 22nd, seven months ago. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month, and as a victim myself I feel the need to help spread awareness. You might not always know what is going on behind closed doors. I was repeatedly assaulted, kept prisoner and verbally/mentally/sexually abused day in and day out from my ex. I remember going to work with a black eye, or the time he almost broke my wrist and hand. I've waited a long time to come out and end the silence. I got away from my attacker, but it took me nearly 6 1/2 years to do so. Now, I am left with diagnosed PTSD, depression, anxiety and panic attacks. Not to mention the battle I wage everyday on myself for allowing this to happen to me for so long. I am picking up the pieces finally. It hasn't been easy, and some days are easier than others. Please get help if you are in this situation currently, or help someone you know is in need before it's too late. #domesticviolence #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth


Outreach for yesterday's #TakeBackTheNight and #DeminDay at #CSULA 💙👖👖👖👖👖👖👖💙

Palabra! ✊🏾 This is so true, we should respect each other and still value each other after a brake up. What do y'all think? #comment

Thank you, Tonier Cain, for being a guest on the Success Movement Radio Show @108praiseradio 😉

Today at Take Back the Night with some of our OG Youth Advocates ✨ #denimday #takebackthenight #csula #xingonas

Vanessa Raghubar, 22, was the responsible one. She went out with family Sunday celebrating her sister, Maria, 21, turning old enough to legally drink. Vanessa turned down alcohol so that she could be the designated driver. But it didn't matter a drunk police officer slammed into her Mercedes in the middle of the night, killing by her. “We went for dinner, and then we went to a bar,” said a relative, Diana Chand, by phone from Jamaica Hospital, where Maria Raghubar had just undergone surgery for her injuries, which include a broken pelvis and severe internal damage.
“Vanessa didn’t drink,’’ Chand said. “She refused because she was driving some of us back. They did blood tests at the hospital after she was hit — it showed she didn’t have a drop.”
#First48 #crimes #saveourgirls #saveourdaughters #blackgirltragic #blacklivesmatter #blackgirls #blackwomen #blackgirl #blackwoman #blackqueens #baddies #bbw #chocolate #darkskinned #girlfriend #gf #brooklyn #newyork #domesticviolence #VanessaRaghubar #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth

Are you in the Care and Trauma Industry? Get Ready, because in just a few hours we will be live with Tonier Cain on @108praiseradio.

Tonier will share her story of adversity and how through God she turned it into triumph! Going from a 66 time convicted Felon to a Global Trauma Leader, Tonier knows a lot about facing adversity head on and how to crush it!

Yes, I am so excited. Today is the day I interview Tonier Cain, @healingneen, 8pm Eastern on Success Movement Radio on @108praiseradio🙏

#ShapeUpWithSheila💃🏽 #CallToAction #DenimDay👖Wednesday, April 26th is Denim Day👖Denim Day is a campaign to prevent sexual violence through education and public awareness. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Denim Day is a call to action for all people to come together by wearing denim as a visible sign of protest against sexual violence. By participating in Denim Day this April, you can play a role in the prevention of sexual violence. Why denim? 👖Denim Day was originally triggered by a ruling by the Italian Supreme Court where a rape conviction was overturned because the justices felt that since the victim was wearing tight jeans she must have helped her rapist remove her jeans, thereby implying consent. The following day, the women in the Italian Parliament came to work wearing jeans in solidarity with the victim. Denim Day was developed in response to this case and wearing jeans during this annual event has become a symbol of protest against erroneous and destructive attitudes about sexual assault.
#domesticviolenceawarenessmonth #domesticviolenceandsexualassaultcoalition #DVSAC #April
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The number of times I left my abuser (ex-husband) before I actually left for good. The average number of times a woman leaves is 7. I'm so thankful for that last time... #untileverywomanisfree #breakthecycle #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth #domesticviolencesurvivors #Youcanleave #youwilllive #whyistayed #verbalabuse #ptsd #domesticviolence #survivor #help #freeyourself #free #marriage #divorce #selflove #lovedoesnthurt

Are you a victim or survivor of domestic violence? Are you ready to share your story? Thinking about sharing your story? We would love to talk to you. Inbox or email us. Info in bio
#untileverywomanisfree #breakthecycle #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth #domesticviolencesurvivors #Youcanleave #youwilllive #whyistayed #verbalabuse #ptsd #domesticviolence #survivor #help #freeyourself #free #marriage #divorce #selflove #lovedoesnthurt #love #freeyourself

Лофт на фоне апрельского дня, светилки лианами провисают...Невероятная глубина сочетания цвета, некое таинственное спокойствие... #лофт #thebome #sky #veterspringfest #фотобезфильтра #небо #облака #loft #loftstyle #loftus #красота #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth #атмосферно #лампочки #цвет #moscow #психологиядуши #фактурно #апрель #веснавгороде #vscocam #vs

MD: "The Art expands beyond the boundaries of culture and language. #Shoutout to #Nancy for organizing these women, who are all victims of domestic violence 😉 Now excuse me...time to immortalize this moment. #ShotbyMD x @dreammakersempire

Fact of the day!!! Come out to CSULA on Wednesday for Take Back The Night! And spread awareness!! #takebackthenight #sexualviolence

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