The Problem with Protests for Oppression and Inequality

I understand the reason for peaceful protests. Victims’ families, friends, and the community are tired of the oppression and inequality. You’re sick and tired of seeing loved ones die by violence and bloodshed, and raise your voice against the injustice. Beyond the point of fear and filled with anger, people flood the streets with rage… Continue reading The Problem with Protests for Oppression and Inequality

The Powerful Truth in Telling Your Abuse Story

Abuse thrives in secret, and fear traps you in despair. That’s why abusers say, “don’t tell anyone.” When you tell your story, the intimidation and control decrease, you become strong and outspoken—the first step in overcoming abuse.  I’ve learned the problem with telling your story of abuse is getting someone to listen and believe you.… Continue reading The Powerful Truth in Telling Your Abuse Story