Rebuilding after…Grace girl!

Domestic Violence and Emotional Abuse is one of the hardest things to survive. Just know you can do it! You are free from your abusive, please continue to safety plan. 

Tips:

  • Change your phone number and get caller ID.
  • Change your locks and check windows.
  • Change your work hours and your routes to and from work.
  • Tell family and friends to be alert.
  • Get a restraining order.

It’s time to think about you. When was the last time you did something just for you?  Think about what could  make you happy?  What brings you joy?  

Read a good book?  Get a facial? When was the last time? If you can’t answer, then it’s time you start PAMPERING  YOU!

Keys…You are so beautiful, loving and kind.  You spend so much of your time focusing on others.  Yes, they appreciate it.  And you feel good also. I know it’s hard rebuilding yourself after an abusive relationship. The journey is long but we are worth it.

Everyday we should thank God, eat a balanced meal, exercise, drink plenty of water and pray.

It’s also nice to have some me time.  If you love and appreciate yourself.  spend time with yourself, then you can carry so much more love over to others.  Joy and happiness comes from you and no one else.  Your family, friends and others may positively affect your mood sometimes.

Others love to be around people that are likable.

1.  Think about what you love about yourself?

2.  What makes you happy?

3.  What brings you joy?

4.  Instead of focusing on celebrating once you get that new job, or make your next million, have fun now!  Celebrate each day that God gives you breath.

Be blessed,

Denise Hardnett

“Love Doesn’t Have To Hurt”

Empowerment Tools

5 Self-Empowerment Tips for Success - Operation Meditation

When you are share personal things with another. You believe its just between you too. That’s trust and empowerment.

When you both are sharing, you respect and listen to one another. That’s believing and empowerment.

Empowerment Affirmations That Work Fast

When you respect each other decisions to make the best choice for yourself. That’s showing you respect me and that’s empowerment.

Its so okay to share plans and things that can help around our community. That’s love and empowerment.

Please comment and share. Let continue to empower one another.

What do you think?

Blessings,

Denise, Grace girl for life.

Remember: Love Doesn’t have to Hurt

Self-Care means self-love

Hey Grace girls,

With everything, that the world is going through, together we can make it.

The first step is self-care. Daily Affirmation that say I accept me.

*Get enough sleep, rest, and daily devotions. That includes walking, stretching, and yoga. Balance with plenty of water and healthy foods.

*Manage your stress. Focus on forgiveness and kindness.

*Set boundaries and communicate. Ask for help when you need it.

*Spend quality time with God, reading, and journal. Enjoy your family, friends, and hobbies.

*Spend time alone to renew your mind, body, and soul. Make changes for the better.

*Create an organized and healthy lifestyle.

*Money management.

*Never stop learning.

*Create a positive work space.

Please remember to love and peace. Feel free to comment and share.

Denise, a Grace girl for life!

PS. Don’t forget to take a bubble bath.

Prevent Teen Violence

Teens this is for you. Your life Matters. Love every part of you.

February is teen dating violence awareness month

April is sexual assault awareness month

Statistics from loveisrespect.org

  • Nearly 1.5 million high school students nationwide experience physical abuse from a dating partner in a single year.
  • One in three adolescents in the U.S. is a victim of physical, sexual, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner, a figure that far exceeds rates of other types of youth violence.
  • One in 10 high school students has been purposefully hit, slapped or physically hurt by a boyfriend or girlfriend.
  • One quarter of high school girls have been victims of physical or sexual abuse.
  • Approximately 70% of college students say they have been sexually coerced.

A warning means act now or get out before the exploration

1.  If you are called bad words, verbally abusing or names over the phone/text or chat end the relationship.

2.  Threatening you or self if you don’t do what they ask you to do.

3.  Minimizing your feeling or thoughts, like what you say don’t matter.

4.  Coercing you into sending sexual pictures, which is a crime.

5.  Demanding your phone and password, or on your social media sites.

6.  Threatening to post humiliating information about you or lying on you.

7.  Keeping you away from family or friends.

8.  Checking up on you or following you.

9.  Getting angry if you can’t spend time with him.

10.  Blaming yo.u

11.  Extremely jealous, moody or insecure.

12.  Physically hitting.

13. Explosive temper

14. You are afraid to disagree with your boyfriend or girlfriend because what they might do.

These are some of the warning signs, please tell your parents, a trusted friend and police.

This month, I plan to publish a book called “I Love Me from Pieces Made Whole” just for you.

Grace girls rock, remember love doesn’t have to hurt.

Be safe,

Denise

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