Emotional abuse is sometimes labeled as the worst type of abuse. Leaving no evidence or scars, it can be the most devastating. Growing up our elders would say, "sticks and stones may break our bones but names will never hurt me." I strongly disagree. What someone says to us will play over and over in our head. It only stops when we take control over our thoughts and what we allow to stay.
Rev. Glenda G.Paris Kelly knows first hand about emotional abuse. At the age of 7 negative words were sown in her life.
All her life she she fought hard to prove people wrong. It wasn't about where she lived and what she had. It was about who she was as an individual and the content of her heart. Today, Glenda is an accomplished journalist, writer, artist and Woman of God. She has a passion for people and it shows.
Join us as we chat about her testimony,journey and her strong ties to community outreach.
Men in the Arts
Saturday, September 6, 2014
Chespapeake Public Library
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