Me Too

These letters written by survivors of domestic abuse aim to bring words of hope and encouragement to individuals who may be facing abuse in their relationship. Survivors can be a strong source of support and strength for each other. The goal of our "Me Too" letter-writing campaign is to elevate the voices of survivors, showing others that help is available and they are not alone.


A Letter from Jenita

October 12, 2018

It was at this time I heard me, my voice mattered.

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A Letter from Robin

July 20, 2018

I was reeling with confusion, but had no answers.

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A Letter from Carmen

June 20, 2018

If you get free, if you free yourself, I promise you that ember will spark, and you will begin to burn again.

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A Letter from Beth

May 1, 2018

I didn’t know that I was being abused because my definition of abuse looked different.

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A Letter from Galen

April 26, 2018

Despite the warning signs I learned to see as a child, the cycle was not broken by me.

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A Letter from Angie

February 27, 2018

I realized I wasn’t alone when I began to encounter other women like me who were experiencing relationship abuse in their homes and elsewhere.

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A Letter from Sarah

January 22, 2018

Safe Harbor has brought so much love and support into my life.

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A Letter from Tiffany

November 2, 2017

I don’t have the answers for your questions today, but tomorrow is only a day away.

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I am a survivor of domestic violence.

“I didn’t know that I was being abused...

I am a survivor of domestic violence.

“I didn’t know that I was being abused because my definition of abuse looked different. My husband pushed me, but most of my suffering was verbal and psychological. I left my husband to protect our young daughter. Almost immediately I felt the weight of his oppression begin to lift. I could see a difference in my daughter as well. Then he broke into my home and assaulted me in-front of her.

I sought help and was led to Safe Harbor. My daughter and I are in counseling now. I am sorting out the mess that abuse has caused. I am finding my voice and seeking opportunities to grow and better my life as well as my daughter's. She will gauge her self- worth from my own self- worth. I must show her that she deserves the best, by expecting the best for myself. Many years I suffered in silence. By telling my story and being honest with friends and family I’m taking control of my life again.”

- Beth



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