Rosa drew strength from the warrior.
She watched the warrior exhibit freedom, bravery, boldness and confidence. She wanted to be free of pain and suffering. She wanted to be strong again. She was determined to become a warrior. She felt fearless and began the work to face her demons. With ongoing therapeutic support, she was able to join the warrior’s circle. They organized and held down her demons. She focused on her trauma using different therapeutic means including music and dance. She held the abuser accountable for the abuse and began to use her voice.
She then realized that there is another way to live and that life without violence is the only life to live.