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I created this blog to empower women. I shared my experience with Domestic Violence to raise awareness and let others know that there's help available and you don't have to hide or be ashamed. Abuse can take you to a very dark place & it can dim your light. It hasn't been a easy journey or a healing process, I refuse to give up! I've always had plans to empower women & supported organizations such as Safe Horizon, the experience helped me embrace it more.In the future a there will be a book release, in the meantime I will continue to walk on this journey with you!

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