“HUG A VICTIM INSTEAD OF A DAMN TREE.” Have you been a reluctant witness to emotional abuse or violence? In spite of an abundance of witnesses, justice isn’t always served, and your voice could make all the difference. Read one survivor’s story of a failed support system. via Do Ya’ll Want To Know The Truth?. Advertisements
Tamara explains how we can each make a difference when organizations (effectively) attempt to silence justice … and why it is difficult to be the one who fights back. If this is your first glimpse of the topic, let me briefly explain the context. BJU and various other organizations (this post specifically addresses Christian groups) … Continue reading
I’ve stayed out of the turmoil surrounding the battle for justice in which I could have been involved, mostly because I couldn’t handle digging up my related experiences. My mind wiped most of the actual events, protecting me to some extent. Even so, seeing how the situation was handled by those in authority, and watching … Continue reading
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