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HerCanvas - Domestic Violence: How to Move Beyond Survival and Thrive

Domestic Violence: How to Move Beyond Survival and Thrive

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1. How can we help women who have experienced domestic violence to move from surviving to thriving?
2. What is the right approach?

Every year thousands of women across the globe are murdered by their intimate partners. The situation is so dire that the prevalence of domestic violence around the world has been labeled the shadow pandemic. The women who are lucky enough to get away from their abusers are often stuck in survival mode, unable to move past their trauma to thrive.

In this episode, I sat down with Leticia Francis, a business mindset coach, who herself suffered years of domestic abuse at the hands of her intimate partner. We discuss her story of not just how she survived the trauma, but most importantly, how she started a new life, took back control of her life, and thrived!

We hope her incredible story and journey from survival to thriving will inspire women who have been through similar domestic abusive experiences to take the necessary steps to move past their trauma so they live a purposeful, meaningful, and fulfilling life. In a nutshell, thrive!

Get access to Leticia's must-have FREE workbook to help you find your bigger purpose in life and thrive. Details available at the end of our podcast conversation.

Subscribe to HerCanvas today to get your answers to the questions that matter most to you, and ultimately, find the inspiration to live your best life.

11/11/21 • 32 min

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HerCanvas - Domestic Violence: How to Move Beyond Survival and Thrive

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What is a shadow pandemic. If you don't know you're not alone. I was wondering the same thing until I dug a little deeper. It is the thousands of women murdered every year in the hands of their husbands, boyfriends, or partners. The latest UN numbers indicate that 50,000 women are killed every year by their intimate partners. Why shatter though? You might ask because unlike the current COVID-19 pandemic, these tragedies are not amplified and high

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