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Happy Mother's Day to all the incredible mom's out there! You're such a gift to the world! ...

It's finally time for the weekend! Are you more of an adventurer or someone who craves rest during your free time?! Let us know in the comments! ...

No matter what, you're deserving. ...

It's time for a little mid-week check-in. How has your mental health been? Have you been eating healthy and exercising? Do you need a break? Make sure to take care of yourself today! ...

How can you end an abusive or negative relationship? It's not always as easy as it seems. Today we're sharing an article packed with helpful tips so you can move on from that toxic relationship and into freedom. Read more here >>> https://bit.ly/3nv2eHV ...

While #SAAM may be coming to a close, supporting victims and creating a safe space for them isn't. Nearly 1 in 5 women has experienced rape in their lifetime. We still have a lot of work to do to make our world safer. ...

It's #internationaldanceday! Dancing is a whole-body workout that's actually fun. It's good for your heart, it makes you stronger, and it can help with balance and coordination. Get your family up and dancing today! ...

It's is #denimday!👖Wear jeans with a purpose, support survivors, and educate yourself about sexual assault. Learn more about this incredible cause here >>> https://www.denimdayinfo.org ...

We just wanted to pop in and say "thank you!" Thank you for following along on social media, for supporting our organization, and for helping victims of domestic violence by sharing our resources page. It's such an honor to have your support and we appreciate you more than you know. ...

Meet our founder and president, Ashley! A2Z Hope, Inc. is a foundation she created in recognition of and respect for abused women & children everywhere. As a child who survived growing up in an abusive home, she is intimately aware of the emotional costs & psychological damage of being raised in such a toxic environment. Because of that experience, she is inspired to reach out and bring this awareness to others around the world. ...

#Selflove isn't selfish, it's essential, especially for survivors of domestic violence. ...

It’s Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month. If you need support, the National Sexual Assault Hotline gives confidential, anonymous help to survivors and their loved ones.
📞(800)656-HOPE & online.rainn.org
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Talking with your children about domestic violence is never easy. It's a difficult topic, but it's one that needs to be discussed. This blog shares 8 tips to help you bring up the topic with your kids.
💻https://bit.ly/328oWvG
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“Gratitude is a powerful catalyst for happiness. It’s the spark that lights a fire of joy in your soul.” -Amy Collette ...

As survivors, and as humans in general, it's okay to have bad days. It's a part of the healing process. ...

It's Sexual Assault Awareness Month or #SAAM for short. Learn how you can help support survivors from this incredible article by @nsvrc >>> https://www.nsvrc.org/how-to-help ...

Back in 2017 our founder, Ashley, started A2Z Hope Foundation to help women and children around the world who are coping with domestic violence, child abuse, bullying and sexual assault through programs, partners & public action campaigns. Learn more about our story and resources on our website.

https://a2zhope.org/
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Today's tips for survivors come from @ndvhofficial. We love this advice: "Throughout this journey of healing from trauma and abuse, make sure that you are being compassionate towards yourself. A great deal of trauma survivors suffer from toxic shame and self-blame. It’s important that we are gentle towards ourselves during this journey, that we acknowledge that we are doing our very best, and that we ask ourselves every day, “What would be the most loving thing I can do for myself in this moment?” in any circumstance. There is no time limit to learning and healing, there is only the power of transforming our adversity into victory, one small step at a time." ...

Some days are tough, some feel heavy, and others may be confusing. Experiencing a range of emotions is totally normal, especially for abuse survivors. It's okay to not be okay. ...

You've got the tools you need to start growing right where you are. Take that first step, make the change, and take care of yourself. ...