Interview Questions

  • What are some examples of Red Flags people could look for in an abusive relationships?

  • With domestic violence in the media, are you encouraging survivors to speak up?​

  • What is the cycle of domestic violence?

  • Why do victims stay in abusive relationships?

  • What was your breakthrough point?

  • How did you regain control over your life?

  • How are you encouraging others to break free from the cycle of abuse?

  • How do you see your nonprofit, unsilenced voices, making a difference in the world?

  • What do you see for the future?


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Michelle Jewsbury is the founder of Unsilenced Voices, a 501(c)3 nonprofit focused on inspiring change in communities around the globe by encouraging victims to break free and survivors to speak up about domestic violence and sexual assault. Her best selling book "But I Love Him" is the painful true story of a strong, independent woman caught in the horrifying cycle of domestic violence and how she got out.


Recognized as a valuable resource in the speaking industry, Michelle Jewsbury is a powerful professional speaker who uses her story of survival as encouragement and motivation for others.


Michelle coaches individuals and entrepreneurs to have tremendous breakthroughs by overcoming obstacles and defeating fear and failure.