RIA
Jun 9, 2017

You ARE Victorious!

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Edited: Jul 4, 2017

 

WE create Warriors. WE create Equality. WE create Empowerment!

WE believe in Compassion. WE believe in Truth.

WE believe in the Spirit that each of us embodies!

 

Life is fleeting, the Choices we make can either taint us or build us. Every single person has a story. And every single one of us holds the power within to Be Resilient. There is no need to remain a "victim." You can pull yourself up, little by little, take your time. Choose to redefine yourself. Choose to acquire knowledge. Choose to fill yourself with nutrients. Choose to stand up and stretch towards the sky!

 

We're all here for YOU, but it is you to whom needs to help you first.

WE ARE STRONGER IN NUMBERS!

#JoinUs as we take the steps necessary to little by little eradicate Violence towards anyone! Remember: Violence comes in many forms. It does not always require bloodshed and it is not always physically visible.

 

Stand By Our Sides as WE Stand By Yours! #iAmResilience

 

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  • RIA
    Jun 9, 2017

    Our Founder, Elishia, is often asked as to how she became involved with the topic of violence against women and how she embarked upon starting this organization. We tend to sit back and beam with pride as we watch her shuffle through a brief moment of nerves until she settles in and tells her story. It's even more interesting to see people react when they don't realize she has TBI (a traumatic brain injury) that she is working through, which was sustained from her incident. (Talk about a trooper!). If you've had the pleasure of meeting Elishia, you'll notice she comes across quite normal and healthy--oh, and she raves of how she is a jokester! But underneath it all she is battling PTSD, trauma to her nerves, haunting nightmares, the responsibility of regulating her over-working "fight or flight" receptors...yeah...what keeps her going? We asked her. She said, "knowing we can help the next woman, the next girl. I have to keep going. I may be slower than usual, but I have to. I have to help them. It hurts me knowing that they will suffer as I did and most likely worse. It is our duty to create opportunity for them after they have been victimized, give them a sense of purpose , you know?" If there's one thing we've learned through working with Elishia, it's that no matter the circumstance, no matter what difficult spot we are going through, no matter the degree of horror, we have to find the strength within ourselves to get back up and not allow for "victim" to remain our title. "Don't let your situation define you. Don't let it become you. You very much so are worthy of greatness and more. Listen, if I can do it, you can do it!"