Speak up: Prevent Sexual Assault Cycle

by Vanessa Daniela I know it is painful to write about our traumas, let alone seeing our deepest, more raw, and highly embarrassing feelings in print. If, we do not talk about the pain and humiliation we feel, we will never be heard. Worse yet, violence is going to keep happening over and over again … Continue reading Speak up: Prevent Sexual Assault Cycle

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The Forgiveness Workbook created by The Butterfly Project

Dear Readers, As we all know, forgiving somebody who has hurt us is very hard, but I encourage you to try all the tools that are available to heal your heart and mind. I came across the workbook, Forgiveness, created by The Butterfly project and decided to share with you this guide that might make the healing … Continue reading The Forgiveness Workbook created by The Butterfly Project

“Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms…”

Hey Everyone, I am sorry for not posting anything last week, however,  I was frustrated by the election results. Everyone has your own opinion and we should respect the right of democracy. In addition, each of us must do our part by speaking up for our beliefs and for those that are being discriminated. According … Continue reading “Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms…”

Face The Fear of Being Judged: Speak Out About Domestic Violence

by Vanessa Daniela Being embarrassed, ashamed and afraid are some of the feelings that a lot of us keep to ourselves especially after eyewitness or suffer from domestic violence. October is the Domestic Violence Awareness month, and the statistics show that a lot of women still experience traumatic situations in their lifetime. According to the … Continue reading Face The Fear of Being Judged: Speak Out About Domestic Violence

What Do You Know About the Trafficking of Children?

by Tavish  Human Trafficking has come the forefront of advocacy groups in the past ten years. It has been a “hot topic” in the media, especially trafficking of children. We all have heard about it, seen ways to raise money, or articles stating that it is happening right where we live. But, what does it … Continue reading What Do You Know About the Trafficking of Children?

The Military’s Contribution To Sex Trafficking in South Korea

        by Ellen Groves Most of us have been to towns located around military bases, and they all tend to look alike. The closer you get to the base, the more unsavory the neighborhoods become. There are run-down businesses, strip clubs, massage parlors, and prostitutes walking the streets. It’s a strange phenomenon, … Continue reading The Military’s Contribution To Sex Trafficking in South Korea