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Introduction

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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