1 in 4 women and 1 in 9 men experience violence from their partner in their lifetime. In the United States, more than 10 million adults experience domestic violence yearly. Awareness and catching red flags is key to survival. Our support for survivors comes in the form of moving past the trauma to empowering survivors through business development. We do not help during a crisis. If you need help contact The National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or www.TheHotline.org. Be careful. Be safe.
How to show support.
Read more about ways to help in the blog section under Domestic Violence awareness.
Know someone that is going through a Domestic Violence situation. Be there support system. Be a listening ear. No judgement. Let them tell you what they need or want to do.
Map out resources for your friend or loved one. Look at yourself as a primary resource.
Support their decisions. Even if you don’t think it is the right decision. It is the right decision for them. They are the expert of their own life. Be there for them take your feelings out of it.
Always celebrate milestone. Big or small. celebrate them. Always look out for small things to give encouragement about. Improve well being and positive mindset.
Be a listening there. Be non judgmental. Be a friend. Sometimes being there is empowering the person to make decisions with support.
Create change through business empowerment.
Creating a world that we want to live in. Changing the world starts with us individually. Allowing space for all of us to strive to reach our goals. 15% of profits from sales of merchandise will go into an escrow account to be used as a start-up cost to pay for the start-up of Warrior’s own business. Coming soon.
I am a Warrior-Blog
What’s in the name? What’s in the name? I am a Warrior. This name coincides with Survivor. However, I choose to use Warrior as a representation of describing survivors because we did not merely survivor the abuse but we put on our armor: put walls up, become protectors, heal daily through our trauma and become warriors every day. For abusers, the abuse happened and that’s it. It ends. Of course, they have to work through