Stay Safe During The Festive Holidays

Hello my strong minded people and how has life been treating you?

By the time you read this post, we'll be just 3 days away from Christmas 2016 - wow, what a year it has been.

How has your year been so far? I really would love to hear from you, so please don't be too shy to reach out to me.

The holidays is a time when you may find yourself stuck and in close proximity with your abuser. I want you to know that things can quite quickly get out of hand what with the eating, drinking and merriment.

It is also the time of the year when a large number of domestic problems escalate. I have included the photo above which I want you to use as an encouragement to speak out about your plight.

Perhaps you are reading this blog and you've already escaped and managed to do so during a festive season like this - I would love to hear a word of encouragement from you in the comments box.

I am considering using the photo in this blog for the cover of an ebook I'm putting together for you - what do you think? 

2017 is going to be the

Bye for now and see you in the next post.


Hello and welcome to my very first blogpost on here. As a way quick way of introduction, this platform will be used to share all things lifestyle, but focusing on an area very near and dear to me.

I am so delighted to be able to share an aspect of my life which was very traumatic, but which I sincerely hope will inspire someone out there.

As a survivor of domestic violence, it is never just enough to feel that one has survived a terrible ordeal, instead, I am obligated to share my story with the rest of the world to help protect other soon-to-become survivors out there.

As Christmas is upon us, this is a time where families spend a lot of time together, and during this period, the odd argument may creep in over the silliest issue - subsequently resulting in domestic incidents.

That's it from me for now and I'm looking forward to sharing my story with the rest of the world.

Oh, I forgot to say that my is Deborah.

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