I Say No More because, I am only 13 and it happened when I was 7 and i was too scared to speak out for 6 years! And now I’m like, I am not giving up because of what he did to me! I am going to stand up and let people know, that this has to STOP!
I am tired of keeping secrets, not being good enough, and because Im done with being abused.
I say NO MORE because I am done being silent and punishing myself for what he did. It’s been 12 years since the first sexual abuse incident occurred and 6 years since the second. The first incident was swept under the rug, no help was offered, and blame was put on me. After 12 years I am finally seeking the […]
I never spoke out about the emotional, mental, physical, and sexual abuse I went through with my daughter’s biological sperm donor who was my 1st ever relationship and what he did to me! Now 13 years later all the old scars are ripped open in a child custody battle due to increase in child support! I have lived in fear […]
I say no more because I’m exhausted from all the using abusing and lying to. I’m a kind hearted person and I loved in fear for 5 years. He took my dignity and self respect by pounding at my head and making me feel worthless. Now I’m fighting the biggest battle ever because they want to say, “I took too […]
As a survivor of abuse, I feel obligated to speak up and say NO MORE. Staying quiet wont do any good for you or for the world. We need to speak up and spread the awareness.
I was sexually assaulted in 2008, and for years I kept it to myself. I finally learned that trying to forget and not seeking help only causes more hurt, and now my long-term goal is to ensure that my daughters never have to experience the pain and anguish and…sheer alone-ness I felt. I want them to feel confident, and empowered, […]
I SAY NO MORE BECAUSE no one deserves to go through domestic violence and sexual assault. Starting in October of this year it will be 4 years since the day I was raped by a guy that refused to give our relationship a label. My virginity was taken from me that night at 18. A few months later I was […]