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The Path Less Traveled

How many women do you know who have endured a lifelong use of methamphetamine and domestic abuse and lived to tell it, let alone to thrive and make a difference in the lives of others? How many are able to step up to inspire other women to make the same changes in their lives? Statistically the numbers are very low and this can be very frightening. The very fact that I am a survivor of these traumatic events is proof that it is very possible. An extremely high percentage of addicts and women involved with domestic abuse are unsuccessful at attempts to escape the reality that they are in. This doesn’t mean it is impossible, but it takes a strong mind and spirit to realize that potential. I absolutely believe that with a faith in a higher power and knowledge of one’s personal value that much can be accomplished and achieved. It takes faith and hope. No one is immune to the possibility of a better way. I am constantly asked how I survived those long dark years. My survival is extraordinary in this day and age where addiction and abuse thrive in our society and very few win the fight. I can now share and give hope to others to find inspiration if they have fallen down this path. My message is for the oppressed woman who has found herself in that dark place and assisting her to realize her infinite worth. I desire to send a clear message to friends and family of the addict that there is hope. Unconditional love and strong faith in a loving Higher Power is needed to endure. My message is one of struggle, love and triumph. Miracles do happen and it is so worth it to seek out a new life. We are all of infinite worth and we are all children of a loving Heavenly Father. We have divine capabilities and missions to complete here on the earth. We are loving brothers and sisters and have the opportunity to influence each other’s lives in ways unimaginable. Through pain and sorrow, happiness and joy, we can reach out to all who are suffering and offer them unconditional love and hope. My prayer is for the addict who is still suffering to take back their life, for the woman under oppression and in domestic violence to rise and take on her power, and for those wandering and feeling lost to be found. My message is clear. Miracles happen and we are all a miracle in the making.How many women do you know who have endured a lifelong use of methamphetamine and domestic abuse and lived to tell it, let alone to thrive and make a difference in the lives of others? How many are able to step up to inspire other women to make the same changes in their lives? Statistically the numbers are very low and this can be very frightening. The very fact that I am a survivor of these traumatic events is proof that it is very possible. An extremely high percentage of addicts and women involved with domestic abuse are unsuccessful at attempts to escape the reality that they are in. This doesn’t mean it is impossible, but it takes a strong mind and spirit to realize that potential. I absolutely believe that with a faith in a higher power and knowledge of one’s personal value that much can be accomplished and achieved. It takes faith and hope. No one is immune to the possibility of a better way. I am constantly asked how I survived those long dark years. My survival is extraordinary in this day and age where addiction and abuse thrive in our society and very few win the fight. I can now share and give hope to others to find inspiration if they have fallen down this path. My message is for the oppressed woman who has found herself in that dark place and assisting her to realize her infinite worth. I desire to send a clear message to friends and family of the addict that there is hope. Unconditional love and strong faith in a loving Higher Power is needed to endure. My message is one of struggle, love and triumph. Miracles do happen and it is so worth it to seek out a new life. We are all of infinite worth and we are all children of a loving Heavenly Father. We have divine capabilities and missions to complete here on the earth. We are loving brothers and sisters and have the opportunity to influence each other’s lives in ways unimaginable. Through pain and sorrow, happiness and joy, we can reach out to all who are suffering and offer them unconditional love and hope. My prayer is for the addict who is still suffering to take back their life, for the woman under oppression and in domestic violence to rise and take on her power, and for those wandering and feeling lost to be found. My message is clear. Miracles happen and we are all a miracle in the making.

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