Domestic Violence: What Happens At Home Doesn’t Stay At Home

Domestic violence or any act of projecting unhealed wounds is never just a home affair. What we do to others has a direct and indirect effect on others. Likewise, what we accept from others has a direct and indirect impact on others. Listen as I share my thoughts on how domestic violence isn’t just a home matter.

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How You Can Hold Onto Your Identity After A Traumatic Event Create A Generational Love Cycle With Timika S Chambers

Continual observation of our inner garden is necessary for removing weeds and anything else that doesn't belong to us.  Don't let others' actions and opinions rob you of your abundant harvest.  A mental transformation occurs before a physical one. So keep planting seeds of curiosity, joy, peace, purpose, and Truth! These childlike curiosities didn't cause the trauma; someone used them for evil and not good.   Remember who you are. Timika 
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  3. Resiliency: An Often Overlooked Superpower
  4. The Past Doesn't Determine Your Future: You Do.
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