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A Lesson about Trust
Health Life Lessons Magazine Feature April 2016 - April Little
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Domestic violence is a monster so many have experienced. It’s a cycle that if not broken will ultimately end in death. April Little is a woman of courage that broke her cycle after many years of abuse and shares her story with Life Lessons Magazine, a story that reveals some of the most vulnerable parts of herself. Having also personally been in a relationship where I experienced domestic violence, a relationship that I also left, I applaud her choice to leave and not go back.
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Senior Editor for Life Lessons Magazine
Authentic life begins when a person recognizes their own worthiness. When another is abused by someone they thought they could trust, whether physically or verbally, it can set up doubt and fear in the mind. Abuse of any kind conditions a person to mistrust themselves and those around them, but interestingly, it simultaneously attracts more of the same relationships into their lives. Why is this? Because people project how they see themselves through how they allow others to treat them. If a person values themselves as the invaluable beings that they are, abuse and mistreatment would never last for very long. If a person would learn to use their voice, to speak boldly each time they were violated, the abuse would stop. The cycle would be broken. And anytime thereafter that a person would say no to abuse, their authentic voice would be used and it would attract true, authentic love into their lives. A new, healthier cycle that would benefit the individual but also the entire community as a whole. An abuser is nothing more than a hurting person who has been hurt and chose to perpetuate the cycle of abuse rather than stop it. The power lies with the person being abused. They can use their voice and stop it and leave.
I invite you to read April’s story and see how you too could be bold in your own life in saying no. So often times we are taught to say yes, but our no is just as important. You may have never experienced domestic violence, but each of us has experienced a moment in our lives where we felt our personal boundaries were crossed. In a business relationship, intimate relationship or mere passing encounter with a stranger. Each time our personal boundaries were crossed, whether the other person knew it or not, we made a choice to either speak up and say no or stay silent. Silence is never the answer when you, or another, are mistreated. Each act of speaking for ourselves allows others to witness and do the same. It’s true; in healing ourselves we heal the world. Are you bold enough to speak for yourself?