Goddess morning Royals. First, give praise and worship to the all High.
When we are living in dangerous situations for ourselves ladies, our children are living in that same danger. Please don’t be one of those so-called “heroes” that can’t save yourself but think that they can save their children. It really doesn’t work like that. If you think it does, then save them as soon as you are in danger and not the moment you suspect that they are in danger. Usually, that’s when it is too late to save anyone, even yourself.
It will never be an easy process, but the healing must start somewhere. First the monsters need to be put away or down. No, I’m not telling anyone to kill anyone. This is not the solution because to them that will satisfy their demons.
Secondly, both need help to restore themselves, after all no one wakes up and say I’ll think I’ll be a rapist, or an abuser today. If they do then, they need to be thrown in front of a firing square with all barrels sending him/her to hell with fire and desire.
Last forgiveness, the victim needs to know this isn’t her fault. This isn’t or wasn’t your invitation to the rest of your life. Taking your life back is a process that is a road hard traveled, but the reward of not having to look over your shoulder and watch your back for the person that violated you is a blessing in its own rights. Women are more powerful than people think. A lot us grin and bear the abuse and never show a sign of it in front of anyone, but behind closed doors we are a mess. Especially, when it comes to our children, we will not allow them to see what the monster did to us but for those who have escaped the horror physically, our minds and eyes are always in protection mode around our children. I think our experiences make us more protective than they can handle. Instead of explaining to them why we are so protective we turn our anger out onto them.
I vowed to always let my children know of my pain, so they will not become victims of it, because I know of my horror. I know of my capabilities and what I can do destructively, only because I allowed it to manifest within me and have a place to call home. I know that I need to no longer shelter my violator’s pain while trying to cover up the shame. I had to set it free before it destroyed me from within. I carried it around too long and lived angry all day every day, but for what so he could still have power over me. No more!
Remember we are no longer victims and will no longer play the victim role for that make us more vulnerable to other predators and womanizers. We stand today with our scars, not afraid to show them but showing them because we are survivors of them and what they represent.
Sending you all kisses and love. #GoddessLove