In the 6-page PDF, you will learn how to recognize what you have gone through, change your thoughts, evaluate your feelings, and use positive power words so you can take Action! You are not defined by your experiences, but you are by how you react to them!
BUT I LOVE HIM
As her weak and battered body lay paralyzed on the mattress in her master bedroom, Michelle's boyfriend’s blood dripped from the lacerations on his hands onto her bruised and mangled face. Using what little energy she had left, she broke free from his grasp and fell to her knees, begging God to forgive Paul for what he was doing and to make him stop. Paul simply laughed and replied, “God isn’t going to help you now.” In that instant, Michelle saw her life flash before her eyes and wondered how she got there…again. But I Love Him is a painful yet inspirational true story of a strong, independent woman caught in the horrifying cycle of domestic violence and how she got out. In this book, Michelle shares the details of her struggle with genuine honesty, taking the reader on a twisted journey of love, pain and unyielding brutality that eventually leads…to peace. Mixing statistics, research and resource with her own account, she shows just how far someone in her situation can sink, why it happens and how they can always pick themselves back up.
Those who hear Michelle's story will walk away with a newfound understanding about the horrors of domestic violence, how to escape and how to build a new, healthier life.
Michelle Jewsbury is an international philanthropic, speaker and author that has traveled the world as an advocate for the less fortunate. In July 2017, Michelle founded Unsilenced Voices, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization 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. The mission of Unsilenced Voices is to provide shelter and relief to survivors of domestic abuse and sexual gender-based violence worldwide. Unsilenced Voices has been operating in Ghana and Sierra Leone where they are working to implement shelters, sensitization programs, legal assistance, vocational training, medical and counseling to survivors. The organization is currently developing essential partners in the United States to serve the greater Los Angeles area.