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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

The Miseducation of Domestic Violence By Nicole Lofton



Hello Again! I have yet again something to share with you all today lol.  I finally finished my ebook/pdf "The Miseducation of Domestic Violence:Dispelling The Myths In Order To Promote The Truth


This is just a small PDF and this is something that has been on my heart. There are so many myths about domestic violence and I always try to dispel those myths. I addressed 10 of them that I feel are common or that I hear about the most. 

I pray that this blesses someone, please feel free to share it as well. If you would like to get in contact me, you can email me at nicole@faithfuldeedsfoundation.org 

You can view the eBook by clicking on the cover or you can download it by clicking here The Miseducation Of Domestic Violence


8 comments:

  1. Most victims find it hard to leave because of financial insecurity. Like in my case. I have put as much as I can aside, but with 4 kids and no room at the local shelter and no family close, it makes it impossible to put a down payment on rent or utilities. If you could help me or others like me get out of a bad situation that would be great. There are several on gofundme.org that need assistance in getting out. It’s so hard to get out.

    https://www.gofundme.com/helpleavingabuse

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    1. I definitely understand and will help out the best that I can.

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  2. One year ago December I packed my three boys in my car and drove cross country from California to Florida not knowing were I was going or how I would get there. Just knowing were I was headed was going to be better than my present position. 3 months after having my C-section, I knew it was time. If I didn't leave now, I'd leave in a body bag.
    One year ago December, I wanted to be anywhere but on earth, I felt ugly, unattractive and little. I had lost control of the wheel to my life and I was speeding downhill. I was scared to live in my own 4 bedroom house I owned.
    One year ago December, I decided I deserved better. I decided to take control of my future. I woke up one morning and said fuck it. Its now or never and I ran. I ran and ran to the local police department. With my ex tailing me I ran, because my life depended in it.
    One year ago December, I changed my life forever for the better. I took a stance for myself. I realized I deserved better and became determined to make it so.
    Was it easy Hell No, (I cried the whole drive across the country)
    Was it worth it Hell Fucking Yes!
    Did I struggle: yes like hell,
    Was it worth it Hell Fucking Yes!
    To anyone reading this, if your are in an abusive relationship
    You deserve better, Don't be afraid, carefully plan your next move and take the first step to change! You can do it, I did, so I know you can!

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    1. What a powerful testimony! Thank you for sharing and providing encouragement on my blog and thank you for surviving. You are awesome.

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  3. Really awesome post and great shared to domestic violence. Thanks author for your helpful tropic and outstanding article. Really I got effective Content here. Fremont domestic violence

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  4. Thanks so much for sharing your story. I find added strength and encouragement from each and every one that I here. I am so glad that you were able to take that first step and all of those that followed! I came here from MaryKayInspiringStories.com and was touched there as well. Videos of victims are so powerful as you can see their emotional struggle as well as hear them. Thanks to all of you bringing awareness to domestic violence.

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  5. Unique post, good to know you address the other side of domestic violence. Every violence must heard and shared so that people can learned from it.

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  6. This is definitely a problem made worse by social media. Everyone is quick to judge and just tell someone to get up and leave, but what happens when this person has no money, kids, and no other family around? The abuser knows the other is trapped and likes it that way. Telling someone to pack up and go doesn't fix anything.

    Eliseo Weinstein @ JR's Bail Bonds

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