From Victim To Victory

From Victim To Victory

This story is filled with suffering, hope, and resilience. The lower case letters throughout this book represents the victimization and Meghan's inner child telling this story.

Author: Meghan Huston

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1662811349

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Page: 170

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"i've known meghan for years and i've heard pieces of her story. reading this book is the most heartbreaking yet beautifully raw looks inside of her soul and heart. i am so extremely proud of her strength and perseverance throughout her journey. this book is one that i think everyone, whether they have any form of mental or physical health struggles or not, will relate to and feel not so alone." - andrea "i was blessed to have had the privilege of working with meghan through her recovery journey. meghan is one of the most resilient, kind, genuine, & victorious humans i know. her story touched my life and will undoubtedly touch the lives of many others. 'from victim to victory' brings to life the heart wrenching truth of meghan's story-how she rose above the most horrendous & impossible circumstances to not simply survive-but to truly & beautifully thrive." - stacey "what an honor to witness your bravery in writing. you are the embodiment of empowerment: healing in action by speaking your truth." - missy From victim To Victory is written through the eyes of a girl who is victimized by her past. Through treatment for an eating disorder and trauma, Meghan finds her inner child who left to hide when she was a little girl. Meghan finds courage, hope, and bravery when she stands up to her abusers who took her childhood away from her. This story is filled with suffering, hope, and resilience. The lower case letters throughout this book represents the victimization and Meghan's inner child telling this story. To the victims and survivors out there: your voice deserves to be heard.
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From Victim to Victory

From Victim to Victory

From Victim to Victory

Author: Phil E. Quinn

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106012871023

Category: Religion

Page: 163

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From Victim to Victory
Categories: Religion

Victim to Victory

Victim to Victory

SUMMARY This is the story of Linnie Logan and how her life is a whirlwind of different events and crises.

Author: Linnie Logan

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1545670226

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 62

View: 259

SUMMARY This is the story of Linnie Logan and how her life is a whirlwind of different events and crises. Enduring a life of stalking for many years, she would see more abuse, neglect and dysfunction than any child should see. In this self-help book, Victim to Victory, Linnie Logan encourages us all to not accept circumstances of our lives but to rise above and claim victory. Do you still suffer from emotional scars from your childhood? Do you fear success and growth? Is is time to look at those childhood hurts. Do you feel like one person on the inside and another the world sees on the outside? THE AUTHOR Linda Gucwa writes her first freshman memoir/self-help book. To realize God didn't create me to be exactly like others. He created me to be me. Linda and her husband are the parents of three grown children and two beautiful grandchildren. They make their home in the Thumb of Michigan.
Categories: Family & Relationships

From Victim to Victory

From Victim to Victory

Shannon Worr was born the youngest of twelve children, but as a result of the sins of her father, the family has been divided. Being a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, Shannon has endured tremendous suffering.

Author: Shannon Worr

Publisher: Guardian Books

ISBN: 1460005058

Category: Religion

Page: 88

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Drugs, bars, and smoking all at thirteen years old. Running away, hitchhiking, and hanging out with adult men from the local halfway house also at thirteen. Jail at fourteen and pregnant at seventeen. How does the daughter of a successful high school teacher end up in a place such as this? There was always food, always clothing, and always a roof over her head. She grew up in a beautiful lakefront home like some kids could only dream about. On the outside, her family looked picture perfect, but there was a deep, dark secret that only her parents and brother knew about. As she got older, it just became too much...so she ran. Shannon Worr was born the youngest of twelve children, but as a result of the sins of her father, the family has been divided. Being a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, Shannon has endured tremendous suffering. From a young age, she experimented with drugs and alcohol and spent time on the streets and in prison. Through her experiences and her discovery that a victorious life can only be found in Jesus, Shannon has emerged from her painful past to become a professional horse trainer and riding instructor as well as a dog and cat groomer. Shannon, her husband Paul, and their three children all love and serve the Lord.
Categories: Religion

From Victim to Victory

From Victim to Victory

The experiences of the author qualify her as an expert and primary source after she successfully endured and overcame the victimization of domestic violence and emotional and verbal abuse without becoming a bitter and angry victim.

Author: Jan Newell-Byrd

Publisher:

ISBN: 1950398218

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 226

View: 648

The experiences of the author qualify her as an expert and primary source after she successfully endured and overcame the victimization of domestic violence and emotional and verbal abuse without becoming a bitter and angry victim.
Categories: Family & Relationships

From Victim to Victory

From Victim to Victory

THE BIRTH OF MY BABY I had to stop going to school and I was put on bed rest for some weeks because of the toxemia.

Author: Chandra Yvette Scott

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1425736386

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 72

View: 942

THE BIRTH OF MY BABY I had to stop going to school and I was put on bed rest for some weeks because of the toxemia. All because my brother wanted sex. I often wonder if he thinks about this. Mom would call, but she never came to visit, even while I was on bed rest, she never came. When it was time for me to deliver my baby, I was put in the hospital until they induced my labor, once induced, I don't remember the actual birth but I was told that I almost died giving birth. I saw my son, I held him and they wasn't for sure about the adoption until mom said I was suppose to put him up for adoption. But I held him, I smelled him and he looked just like his dad, his uncle, my brother, Marcus. He had the big ears, and the Johnson features. I named him Dennis Johnson, something real simple to fit him. My dad came to the hospital to see me and he said he seen my son. He looked so hurt. He said he looked just like Marcus. I cried so hard and I still had dreams of being chased. One nurse heard me talk in my sleep. She woke me up and ask was I alright. My mom came over one day and told me "you're putting this baby up for adoption, I'm not raising no bastard baby". That hurt me more than the blows that I took from her when she found out I was pregnant. What was a bastard? Why would she say that to me knowing I almost died giving birth. I wanted my baby, I wanted to bring him home and love him and raise him. Before I went back to the home to collect my things, Mom told me that I had to go before a judge and tell him why I was putting my baby up for adoption, she told me to say "I can't raise a child at my age, I'm too young". That was true, but that was my baby. When I went before the judge, he looked real scary. He was a white man in a black robe, and I remember him asking me why I wanted to put my child up for adoption. I didn't want to say it, but I said exactly what mom told me to say. I was nervous. I remember thinking about saying something else, but I didn't want to make mom mad. I don't remember leaving the court house or what happened after that. I cried a lot, and was bitter at my mom and my brother, but they didn't know about it. I had good reason to be. He got me pregnant , she beats me and I almost lose my life for this mess. Just 11 years old and already a mom. I finally went back home with a fat stomach and stretch marks. I had gained weight and of course everyone knew about what happened because my mom told her friends and of course their children were my friends. Mom even talked about how big my butt had gotten. She still called me fast tail. At that point, she said I was built like my grandmother on my daddy's side. I hated every time she said that. That made me feel so ugly and so bad. People had questions as to were I had been and what had happened to me. Of course my sister told me to tell people that I had went to stay with other family members and that they fed me good. When I went back to school, all my friends made fun of me, teased me and even beat up on me. I really wanted to crawl in a hole and die. If I knew how to commit suicide, I would have done it right then. I use to think that I was in a coma, and one day when I wake up this was all going to be over. I had a make believe family that loved me and treated me nice and we had no problems. I thought this for along time until I realized that this life was real. But I held onto being in a coma cause I wanted a new family, a new mom, a nice brother that really loved me. I just wanted a normal life like everyone else. At this point, my life really was terrible. I had no friends, and nobody that I could talk to about this cause I had already lied about who the father of my baby was. Mom told me that Sharon's mom was mad at her because of the lie, but I didn't know what to do. I was 11 years old and a mom. I was going through the valley of the shadow of death, and didn't know it. I wanted to really be in a coma. I wouldn't ha
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From Victim to Victory

From Victim to Victory

On the other hand, do you see yourself as victorious? What does it mean to be victorious? And how does one obtain victory, especially when he already sees himself as the victim of those who are stronger? Are you your greatest enemy?

Author: Gary Schulz

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781449770396

Category: Religion

Page: 154

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n this world of sin, we all struggle with security, fear, acceptance, and joy. We are all subject to potential physical, situational or emotional harm from others. It’s a competitive world. Peaceful and loving homes with godly parents who love each other are rare. The home has become a place for the greatest harm. Everyone has to survive somehow. Some have good jobs and money, some do not. Some get all the breaks in life, and some come up short. Some succeed and some fail. Some are accepted, and some are rejected. Do you view yourself as a victim? Do you see yourself as deserving special treatment because of your victim status? On the other hand, do you see yourself as victorious? What does it mean to be victorious? And how does one obtain victory, especially when he already sees himself as the victim of those who are stronger? Are you your greatest enemy? Are you a victim of your own view of yourself? Is a victim status a choice? Is victory a choice? Jesus said the truth would set us free. Learn to seek victorious freedom through Jesus Christ.
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I Choose Victory

I Choose Victory

It’s Time to Live a Victorious Life This book is about victory. You can win right now. The choice is yours. Overcoming obstacles from sexual abuse to social injustices, Cynthia Garrett rose to influence in Hollywood.

Author: Cynthia Garrett

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781684510696

Category: Religion

Page: 240

View: 754

How does one rise above negative circumstances to win at life? How do you break strongholds? Author Cynthia Garrett peppers a wealth of practical advice with anecdotes from her riches-to-rags-to-riches testimony as she walks readers through their personal, spiritual, and political war zones into the victory God promises all believers.
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Victim to Victory

Victim to Victory

This story gets into the mind of an abuser and unveiled reasons why abusers abuse. This story helps to get a better understanding of why people don’t leave abusive relationships.

Author: Deayra Nicole

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781796022360

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 52

View: 806

Victim to Victory is about a woman in her midthirties who tells her life story about how she was a victim of emotional, financial, mental, physical, and sexual abuse. It goes into details about how it has had a negative effect on her life. This story gets into the mind of an abuser and unveiled reasons why abusers abuse. This story helps to get a better understanding of why people don’t leave abusive relationships. I hope after reading this book, someone that has been in any of these situations will find comfort and relief through this reading and find it the way I did through God.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Victim To Victory

Victim To Victory

The first thing I learned from my teacher, Yogi Bhajan, is that there is a way through every block. In this book, you will discover the journey behind healing oneself to a new mind, new body, and new life!

Author: Heather "Sangeeta" Ferri

Publisher:

ISBN: 1642582727

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 218

View: 492

I believe every soul is born with the birthright to be happy, healthy, and holy. I lost this belief system when my mother abruptly changed mental states and began choking me on a regular basis. Spending much of my life with brain damage, PTSD, and a weak immune system, I believe my suffering was for a higher purpose. I spent the first ten years of my adult life as a Broadway performer where I utilized tap dance and theater to convey stories and address my inner pain. As a child, I took an oath never to show my authentic self. This book releases the shame held by so many of my ancestors. I didn't grow up eating vegan food, listening to chants, or communicating with my biological tribe on spiritual issues. I grew up like many of you--in generational abusive patterns where yelling was common and issues were slipped under the table. The first thing I learned from my teacher, Yogi Bhajan, is that there is a way through every block. In this book, you will discover the journey behind healing oneself to a new mind, new body, and new life!
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Victim to Victory

Victim to Victory

Do you want to know the secret in combating life's turmoil and battles?Well, look no further.Bahram Khozairy is ready to take you on board his time capsule to a rapid journey of his real life mission, heavily prompted by a zeal to reach the ...

Author: Bahram Khozairy

Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises

ISBN: 1683527577

Category: Religion

Page: 166

View: 948

Have you ever faced difficulties and problems in your life and wondered why? Are you new to experiencing unexplainable and unreasonable adversities? Do you want to know the secret in combating life's turmoil and battles? Well, look no further. Bahram Khozairy is ready to take you on board his time capsule to a rapid journey of his real life mission, heavily prompted by a zeal to reach the final goal by maintaining his loyalty to his calling and yet without compromising his faith or principles nor surrendering to the consistent disappointments, hurdles, and brokenness of life. Victim to Victory is a purposeful and encouraging volume set in an easy rendition-and at times humorous style; it portrays a life of suffering, struggles, and relentless obstacles as is presented in an unvarnished and autobiographical narrative with the ending that may surprise you.
Categories: Religion

Victim to Victory

Victim to Victory

‘Take your dreams seriously; they can be your reality one day!’ Seema Ranaware puts forth her conviction intelligently and equally pragmatically in this book ‘Victim to Victory.’ She takes the readers on an exhilarating expedition ...

Author: Seema Ranaware

Publisher: Notion Press

ISBN: 9781648056604

Category: Self-Help

Page: 96

View: 745

‘Take your dreams seriously; they can be your reality one day!’ Seema Ranaware puts forth her conviction intelligently and equally pragmatically in this book ‘Victim to Victory.’ She takes the readers on an exhilarating expedition of turning dreams into the reality of life by holding their hands. Like a skilled guide, she elaborates the significance of every landmark on the journey to success. This book is a practical guidebook with the capability to convert a haphazard person into a go-getter! "Goals should be big, but the formula to achieve those should be basic and this book portrays it so systematically that everyone can make it possible." - Sandip Gajjar, Solutionist and Business Coach
Categories: Self-Help

Ripped Off

Ripped Off

Have you ever wondered why bad things happen to good people? Find the answers in these pages as they reveal God's extraordinary vision and dream for your life, and how to live it. In Ripped Off: From Victim to Victory!

Author: Pamela Harrison

Publisher: Jim Kochenburger

ISBN: 9780985457877

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Page: 218

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Today Is the Day to Become an Overcomer Do you feel ripped off? Have you been abused? Have you been cheated on? Do you feel rejected? Abandoned? Disowned? (Like damaged goods?) If so, find healing and restoration now in these pages. Does it seem as if every time you take one step forward in life, you're knocked back two? Do you feel like your life has been marked for dark times, failure, poverty, and pain? Have you begun to fear all your dreams have been lost or stolen from you? Have you ever wondered why bad things happen to good people? Find the answers in these pages as they reveal God's extraordinary vision and dream for your life, and how to live it. In Ripped Off: From Victim to Victory! Pamela Harrison walks you through exactly how to turn even the messiest of lives into a message of relentless love, enduring hope, and lasting victory-all based in the revelation God gave her that enabled her to overcome in her own life. Abused, rejected, abandoned, cheated on, and made to feel worthless, Pamela has known the worst that life can bring...but also the best God can give. In these pages, she shares God's best with you. If you are done with your old life, ready to part with your pain, and yearn to live life as a trophy of God's grace-a testimony of His power and love-Ripped Off: From Victim to Victory! will take you there. Pamela Harrison is a licensed and ordained minister of the Gospel. She ministers in both the United States and third world countries. She has a passion for souls and it is her mission to see people set free. For more information on Pamela Harrison's ministry or resources, please visit: icanovercome.com.
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From Victim to Victory

From Victim to Victory

"The story of Regina Lane, the Integon victim of Winston-Salem"--Cover.

Author: Regina K. Lane

Publisher: Second Wind Publishing

ISBN: 1935171836

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 168

View: 801

"The story of Regina Lane, the Integon victim of Winston-Salem"--Cover.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

By the Grace of God

By the Grace of God

Have you been abused sexually, physically, or verbally?

Author: Vonnie Waldrop

Publisher:

ISBN: 1633084493

Category: Religion

Page: 130

View: 567

Have you been abused sexually, physically, or verbally? Do life circumstances constantly steal your joy and peace? It doesn't have to be that way! You can learn to walk in the victory, peace, and joy that only comes through Christ so that you move from being a Victim to a life of Victory.
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Dr Emma s Story

Dr  Emma s Story

Author: Emma Monfordini

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ISBN: 0578766116

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From Victim to Victory

From Victim to Victory

Now, finally, the public will know the entire story and the intimate details of her kidnapping, rape, assault, stabbing, and near death as she fought her attacker, and later, helped bring him to justice.

Author: Regina Lane

Publisher: Indigo Sea Press

ISBN: 1630663409

Category:

Page: 190

View: 469

Early on a Saturday morning, a young woman drove to her parking space in downtown Winston-Salem, got out of her car, and crossed the street to go into the Integon Office Building to work. Before she could step through the door, she was accosted, a gun was shoved into her side, and she was forced back into her car. What happened next was an atrocity that has haunted her, and perplexed investigators and the people of Winston-Salem for over twenty years. She became known as The Integon Victim of Winston-Salem. Now, finally, the public will know the entire story and the intimate details of her kidnapping, rape, assault, stabbing, and near death as she fought her attacker, and later, helped bring him to justice. At the same time, she provided evidence to exonerate Darryl Hunt for the murder of Deborah Sykes, and finally set him free from prison and set herself free from the past.
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My Name Is Naomi From Victim to Victory

My Name Is Naomi  From Victim to Victory

It's taken many years, many tears, painful revelations, and a lot of really bad decisions in my life to reach where I am today.

Author: Naomi Purul

Publisher: MindStir Media

ISBN: 0985839864

Category: Religion

Page: 52

View: 177

It's taken many years, many tears, painful revelations, and a lot of really bad decisions in my life to reach where I am today. I hold in my hands the keys to a happy, successful, fulfilled life, and I'm willing and eager to share them with you. These keys unlock the secrets (which aren't really secrets at all), that lie within each and every one of us. Come with me on a journey to a better, happier, exciting new life for us all!
Categories: Religion