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Survivors have a story to tell. What happend in their lives, how they were able to change the outcome of their lives, and what resources may or may not have helped at the time. They may also share tidbits of what might have empowered them more so, had it existed at the time as well. This is their time to tell their story and share it with others, and perhaps serve as an inspiration to others who may be going through other similar situations.

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Through my Domestic Violence Voices fb page, I have been introduced to the works of Shaun C. Singh who had this production on Broadway and is, now, ready to bring it back into production with an updated version and aspirations to take it off Broadway to a city near you. He needs your help to bring everything to fruition. Come and hear about his endeavors and how he is a part of the catalyst for social justice issues -- especially with respect to domestic violence issues (something that he has had direct knowledge about). A great way of sharing his voice in the expression of fine arts. More information found at - Beyond Words Lives is designed as a platform for survivors to tell their own story in their own words. Please feel free to join us for more discussions about how you too can share your voice at on fb or on G+ at
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Met Rob online a while back and we have been supporting each others movements for more than a few years(?). Honestly, I don't remember the first time we had interacted/reacted to each other's postings. His movement, "The... more

A former technical writer and corporate communications manager in the high-tech industry for over fifteen years, Anne Bissell is the first author/activist and sex-industry survivor to bring out the connections between childhood sexual... more

Saturday the show was cut short by the internet cutting off. We will pick up where we left off and allow for Marie to continue telling her story. There is just so much more to tell and much more that Marie would like to share. Stay tuned and be... more

Marie starts out her story, "My name is Marie. I have 3 sisters and 2 brothers. I lived with both parents. My dad was a carpenter and my mom was a homemaker. She would sale Avon sometimes. My mom was the piano player at... more

I met Toni Sacher through working with her on some domestic violence projects during the past year. Phenomenal lady! She has been in the field of domestic violence for over 18 years. Worked in the field, shelters, non-profit, cable... more

Just booked! Christina has been a teen Mom, prior drug user, and involved in a domestic violence relationship who has turned her life around through a faith journey, She's written a book calle BY HIS STRIPES that she anticipates being... more

My special guest this time is Angela Loëb, who was interested in self development even as a child. While growing up, she privately questioned the purpose in everything, including the trauma of abuse and dysfunctions in her... more

Raven Storm is a survivor of Domestic Violence and has just written a book called " Loving The Addict " After being beaten and left for dead she finally sought help, and as part of her recovery process was advised by a therapist to "write... more

Met Sharon Haywood at an ADRN (Austin Disaster Relief Network) CISM (Critical Incident Stress Management) training. During lunch we talked about her Beauty 4 Ashes project/program. I saw her inner beauty and huge heart and suddenly... more

What many folks don't realize is that this is the lady that I met long ago who said that the magazine folks who had her tell her domestic violence story, but wouldn't publish it because it didn't fit exactly in their demographics at the time. This... more
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