Abuse and violence have been shown to be the direct cause of difficult relationships with our own bodies. Survivors have to remember that taking care of our bodies, connecting with our bodies in healthy ways, is an important element of our healing.
Survivor Affirmations: My Body Does Wonderful Things
When I think about the many gifts that I receive from my body, I realize how important and beautiful it is.
I pay more attention to its amazing potential and find it easier to accept any minor flaws.
I make healthy choices because I love my body.
I eat nutritious foods, sleep well, and exercise regularly.
I manage stress and cultivate rewarding relationships.
Today, I honor my body and treat it with the love and respect it deserves.
I enjoy paying it back for the amazing way it serves me.
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Founder/Editor: Tonya GJ Prince
With over 24 years of service, Tonya GJ Prince is a subject matter expert (SME) in domestic violence and sexual violence. She helps people heal, prevent, and overcome domestic and sexual violence.
Tonya is an author, activist, advocate, Survivor, speaker, counselor, & mentor. She is the founder & editor of WESurviveAbuse.com and SurvivorAffirmations.com.
Her work as a counselor in a domestic violence shelter inspired her to start BraidtheLadder.org. Braid the Ladder is a project which aids residents of shelters.
Tonya’s unique service emphasis has been dedicated to; crisis counseling, education, centering the voices of victims and cross-cultural empathy and storytelling.
As a Survivor of child rape, Tonya practices intentional healing.
Tonya GJ Prince holds a BS in Organizational Management & Development from Bluefield College.