Cherie Smith-Mosbey is a former criminal defense investigator where every domestic violence case she handled ended in homicide. She also ‘toxic dream life’ survivor, where she struggled for years to leave her unhealthy marriage of 21 years. In her book ‘Dare to Leave So You Can Live’ sha shares what she learned as an investigator by teaching how domestic violence evolves and relationships escalate so women can get out before the relationship turns violent or deadly.
This was one of the most increadible expirience in my life after thurteen years of work. I just want to say thank you to Carolina Makaka from UK who noticed my work from the bottom of my heart.
We are here on this planet to make a diffrence and use our voice to change things that imapcts all of us. Together we can and will trigger a change, no one should endure life for any reason. Life is about making changes, helping each other and making sure no one is left behind for any reason.
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Topic: Life After Traumatic Experience
Time: Nov 26, 2018 4:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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The Light Within
by Diana Bellerose
My experience in life taught me that there is no obstacle which cannot be overcome and anything is achievable. People often doubt themselves and easily give up on their dreams because of it, but it is not the right thing to do when there is help available.
After years of being lost and not being able to live up to my full potential, I realized the person who must take charge in this life is me. All I need is inside, but it helps to have someone who can give some direction and support and knows how it feels to be stuck and misunderstood.
‘Simple, there are 6,700 women living unsheltered on our streets by official count. By unofficial count, including the women crashing on couches and sleeping in cars, we probably have over 30,000 women in the city of Los Angeles and over 50,000 in Los Angeles county. These women are continuously exposed to extreme violence,sex crimes, and the weather.’ Mel Tillekeratne
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