Memories and Summer Vacations: The Painful Ones
Memories. They are some of the most difficult places we encounter on this journey of healing from childhood sexual abuse. Remembering the horrific things we endured is a painful thing. And, bubbling to the surface along with each memory, are the emotions and sensory responses similar to what may have surrounded the event, making it feel almost as if it were happening to us now. It’s all so...
From Child Abuse Victim to Child Advocate
We are looking for an 18-21 year old abuse survivor, who is not currently enrolled in college, but dreams of the opportunity of a 4yr degree in a field advocating for children. :) If that is you (or someone you know), email us at OneVOICEinfo@aol.com in less than 5 sentences (PLEASE) with this info: Name, age, hometown, schooling completed, abuse background, and dream for the future.
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Who Rests In Peace?
I felt unsettled in my spirit in the hours following our President’s announcement and the responses it ignited around the world. As I prayed this morning, I was asking for peace to come over my heart and soul as to how I should be responding. This is what I wrote…this is the place I find myself at rest…yet never truly at rest…but standing in agreement with God’s heart...