Podcast Episode 13: Domestic Violence: My Healing Journey

On Episode 13 Janet Michelle shares her own healing journey after leaving a violent relationship. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. I thought then and part was leaving. Boy, was I wrong. The real battle was my healing journey. It would take years for me to realize that I needed healing in the first place. It was time to deal and I am so glad that I finally did. Hopefully you find this podcast to be informative. The podcast is available on for download on Apple Podcast, Google Play and…

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Domestic Violence: The Journey to Healing Is Often Long, but Worth It

Domestic Violence, the journey to healing is often long, but worth it. The phrase “the will to live” has really been on my mind a lot lately. For me it signifies that while everything in my life suggested that I should give up, I did not.  Surviving traumatic life experiences is one thing, but to find healing from those experiences  is an entire different journey, a journey that I still find my self on.  I want to take the moment during Domestic Violence Awareness month to share some nuggets that have helped me…

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#GirlKeepGoing: No mo’ Broke Ni88as–3 Reasons why…

Well, a bih obviously ain’t sad no mo. With a #1 Kindle Amazon Best Seller – Girl, Keep Going: Healing is now in Session, career booming, growth still happening it is a lil’ hard to be. You’ve followed me through my hurt, despair, pain and now my upcoming book tour. It’s only right I open up a bit more about my dating experiences, since I have more of an understanding about who I am and what I’m looking for. Well, if you follow me on FB, you awready know I…

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Embrace Your Genius: How Corporate Propelled my Creativity

At the tender age of 32, I’ve realized that many people do not embrace their genius. I don’t know if it is because we’re told to be ‘something’ instead of being whole, or if this is just life’s natural progression. But, what I do know is that many of us have parts of us that we don’t show the world. Some of it may be fear but a lot of it is because I don’t think we understand ‘how.’ For example, I have a B.S. Degree in Mass Communications (Advertising).…

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Domestic Violence Awareness​ Month – My Story of Survival

THE INTRODUCTION October marks the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. I’m thankful that healing has taken place and that I am able to share my story of survival. According to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, on average, 24 people per minute are victims of rape, physical violence or stalking by an intimate partner in the United States — more than 12 million women and men over the course of a year. Allow me to share my story of surviving domestic violence with you. I will never forget the day…

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