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Leaving an abusive relationship is often very difficult.

The trauma from abuse can last a lifetime and support is not easily available. Rosa struggled with being judged, she suffered the loss of confidence and worth, self-blame and isolation. She tried to go along her way day after day until one day, she met a warrior. The warrior became her therapist. The message was clear that it was time to begin personal work. The message was that she was not deserving of the life that she was living and that she had choices. She was reminded that changes can be tough but there was a better way. She was also robbed of her strengths. Strengths that were inherent in her womanhood.

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