Misguided Mindset

By Regina Rowley / June 5, 2015 / 0 Comments

So much information out there, and educated awareness has been displacing my childhood and societal teachings. I have come to the computer today with the recent observation. One person will feel inclined to whistle at or make suggestive statements regarding someone’s attactiveness based on what is being worn. The same mindset leads to comments about a woman […]

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Stepping Stones From Skeletons – Signs of Healing

By Regina Rowley / May 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

Stepping Stones From Skeletons is an ongoing series on my blog: KUTA Empowered Women. This is a platform for survivors to encourage, inspire and share so other survivors can find their own voice. #NoMoreSilence Thank you for sharing your strength and your voice Raquel.   I am prepared to blog about what happened to me […]

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Her husband had just left for work…

By Regina Rowley / May 5, 2015 / 0 Comments

Random? What do you think? Man broke into a home and tried to sexually assault a woman. Frankfort police said it happened just after 6 Friday morning at a home on Hawthorne Drive. The victim said her husband had just left for work and she was getting ready for her day when someone broke into her home. Police said […]

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Do you Zone Out?

By Regina Rowley / May 2, 2015 / 0 Comments

Are you like a runner? I have several friends who are. They really enjoy the benefits of hitting the path. For some, this includes zoning out and escaping the mental focus our daily activities require of us. Unfortunately, our community had a couple of incidents with women being attacked. Here is a recap from a recent […]

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Bad Samaritan vs. Xena

By Regina Rowley / April 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

The woman was pinned to the ground by her attacker, who straddled her. She was screaming when the door of the train car opened at the North and Clybourn stop. Another man boarded the car. She screamed for help, hoping the man would do something. But, she told police, the man took off. Police said no […]

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April Musings…

By Regina Rowley / April 1, 2015 / 0 Comments

April, a month of showers and flowers as Spring unfolds in vivid shades of green, purple, yellows and reds. The bluebonnets, indian paintbrushes and dandelions blanket the roadsides. Spring is my favorite time of year as all is new and fresh. It is also the month I attend the Every Victim Every Time conference each year. My mind is grapling with the […]

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Mardi Gras Safety

By Regina Rowley / March 1, 2015 / 0 Comments

The parties have already begun! Are you planning to join in the festivities for Mardi Gras this year; bead throwing, parades, parties, gumbo and beignets? Maybe find the baby in the King Cake? Celebrations are a much needed break from our normal routines. They provide an opportunity to relax and de-stress.  🙂 While there is […]

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No Foolin’…

By Regina Rowley / February 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

Love is respect… respect yourself and respect others. Part of respecting yourself is to make time to take care of your emotional and physical well being. This includes time with family and friends, other than your significant other; eating properly and getting enough sleep; doing activities that put a smile on YOUR face. April is […]

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Information Overload Anyone?

By Regina Rowley / February 5, 2015 / 0 Comments

Hello Dear Friends! I hope you have closed out 2014 on a positive and promising note. 2015 is an unwritten book, ready for us to live with purpose and fulfill our legacy! Since applied knowledge is power, we must first gain the knowledge in order to apply it. This is an ongoing project for me, […]

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Love is… or 50 Shades of Grey…

By Regina Rowley / February 1, 2015 / 0 Comments

February… the month of Love, hearts, flowers, candy, dates, day dreams and respect. As we wrap up the month of love, it is a good time to think about what love is and is not. Kim Grove Casali began what became the “Love Is . . .” phenomenon in 1967 when she met and drew funny […]

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