Our mission is to support one another in our personal progress to overcome the results of abuse and by doing so educate the public to the realities and results of domestic violence.


The personal and painfully private is made public in order to 1) inspire individuals in their personal transformations, 2) educate and illuminate the populace, and 3) effect world change regarding the issue of domestic violence.

We believe that:

By voicing our experiences, we are empowered -- empowered in the sense of freedom to express ourselves, which is healing and therapeutic, as well as invested with additional responsibility for our words, actions and growing strength.

By exposing ourselves as individuals, we expose our culture, and human nature itself.

Until individual people become enraged and engaged in this issue, nothing will change -- neither in the political sphere, in our societal norms, nor even in individual families.