Then someone will come here and say, why didn’t you talk for 10 years. If someone as beautiful and successful as she can be a victim of DV, anyone can be. Even CEOS can be victims. We need to stop painting the picture that a DV victim is one weak, defenceless house wife. Look around you. That woman you said hello to at work this morning after an impressive presentation, may be a victim of DV and she can’t speak up
@dooneyskitchen true, we just need to look around us, the number of women going through DV is unimaginable......
I agree @dooneyskitchen many women just prefer to suffer in silence because they don't want people to talk ill of them. They don't know they are doing themselves more harm than good.
@lactaboost its not their fault. Alot of people victim shame or even use victims for their own selfish agendas...when they come out are they really given the support they need, not always. They are just talked about...we applaud everyone for sharing their story because they are giving others strength to seek help
Sorry Mel ..makeup covers a lot of pain 😞
My girl! 👏👏👏👏
I love her voice and accent
@dooneyskitchen because beauty has never meant courage.......it has often meant COMPROMISE, silence.....cos the world wants you to act in a particular way......she.was defenseless until she looked at her daughters.and decided a better life for them
@dooneyskitchen The whole truth. More importantly the abusers are our siblings, children, friends and we often times know and look the other way. We owe it to ourselves and our humanity to confront them. It’s never okay because the abuser is related to you. What if you were related to the abused? #breakthecycle #speakupforthevictimsevenifyouarenotavictim
Women are truly super hero's👏👏👑💖