Regina Rowley

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International Women’s Day

As a self defense instructor, I teach women the importance of remaining alert, aware of her surroundings at all times. We learn to trust our intuition and to live peacefully, while preparing to be our own line of defense. As International Women’s Day arrives may we accept the challenge to be alert. Alert to and …

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Inner Peace in the Midst of Turmoil…

“…Anger and frustration are frequently signs/symptoms of deeply buried pain…” Once again we are at a crossroads of a powerful entity questioning a survivor who dares greatly and speaks up. Questioning her truth because she waited decades to speak. The purpose of this post is to state my own experience and the timing of disclosing …

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Rambling Thoughts on Hopelessness

Unexpressed pain leads to hopelessness. Writing, provides a means for me to express my pain, to sort the mess out and start letting it go. Our feelings need to be expressed, they are energy in motion. If we repress, ignore or deny our feelings they don’t go away. Instead they fester and come out deeper, …

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Sheryl, You Are Priceless

I was just reaching out to a few people regarding the upcoming I Am Priceless: Voices of Victory Over Violence  book when I came across this interview with #SherylUnderwood #SherylIsPriceless by #People writer, @EmilyStrohm. We all have a story. Sometimes, it includes tragedy, violence and unimaginable things. While we may not always be able to control what happens, …

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