Advice for Victims

1. You are most empowered when you fully commit yourself to your convictions. (It re-enforces your strength to fight!)

2. Taking action and turning your intentions into deeds helps you to break out of apathetic conditions. (So get pro active  -even in the smallest way, it will help your self esteem!)

3. Adopt a clear and unmistakable attitude regardless of the situation around you. (This helps to liberate you from states of neutrality and indifference or a passive stance  which leaves you out of everything and leaves you feeling dejected)

4. An internal affirmation could sound like this: I am not a victim. There are no lost causes. I’ve been there, done that, and know suffering — but it’s all good.  I’m still standing.

Self-pity is an excuse to do nothing. To appeal to sympathy for pity’s sake is to seek affirmation of the choice to do nothing.

I am empowered by the spirit and support of meaningful experience and I transform with silent resilience.

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