Posts Tagged ‘Divorce’

Women of Purpose #3

I am so excited. Yesterday I got to meet with the 3rd group and these ladies where amazing. But what really stood out to me is that the mentors along with the girls got so much out of the workshop. You could feel the room was being empowered. Let’s just say you never know how something affects you from childhood until someone talks about it and it brings you to tears. Sometimes as adults we go through so much, things affect us in different ways and we don’t understand why. Childhood drama if not dealt with will affect the choices you make in your adult life. I’m so happy that I was able to meet with this group yesterday and to see how my story empowered so many.

Here are some pictures from yesterday’s program 2/14/2015.

Women of Purpose 1

Women of Purpose 2

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First workshop 2/5/2015

Hello all,

We had our first workshop yesterday. This group started with 7 girls and will be adding more next session. The workshops are supposed to be one session 3 hours but these girls were so interested in all that I had to say about the book and life skills in general they asked for me to come back. So I will be conducting more workshops with them. My fear and blessing in disguise is that I have a feeling each group (12) will want more sessions. We’ll see how that goes. Whatever help they need I want to be available to assist them. Sometimes all they need is someone to open up to.

Here is to many teens that you have a part in making a difference in their life. xoxoxoxo THANK YOU.

YMCS Lauderhill

DONATA: In the Mind of a Victim

hardcover book lookYessss, I’ve finally birth this book. Sometimes we just have to take a leap of faith, NO questions asked and just do it. This book will impact the lives of millions…

Pre-order your copy today: Amazon

Do you have more than 3 friends on social media? Then be sure you share this with others. 1 out of 4 women and 1 out of 3 teens, will be, have been or are currently in an abusive relationship… Let’s help break the silence!

ABOUT THE BOOK In this soul-bearing book, Donata Joseph reveals why she stayed in a seven-year abusive relationship and the incident that motivated her to leave. She talks honestly about the judgmental remarks elicited from family and friends who did not understand the emotional, familial and financial complexity of her situation or why she did not recognize herself as a victim. In a heart-wrenching chapter, Ms. Joseph discusses the impact her abusive relationship had on her two teen daughters and young son and the ensuing parent-child conversations that changed all of their lives. If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship, consider recommending this book. Ms. Joseph wraps up her knowledge, wisdom and advice in a non-threatening package delivered with compassion and understanding.

REVIEWS

“Wow this is a powerful book! This message will truly help those that have had a similar experience but even more to the ones outside looking in.” – Dana Domingue-Campbell

“I am sitting here reflecting on how brave you are to share your story with all.” – Kim Austin

“This powerful story will serve as the motivating-factor for those bound by their thoughts, to seek freedom.” – Antwan Carling

cropped-bio-pix.jpgABOUT THE AUTHOR Donata Joseph is a motivational speaker who is passionate about encouraging, empowering and elevating individuals in all walks of life. Whether it’s through her non-profit organization Adding Doses of HOPE Daily Foundation or through her all natural skincare line DONATA, she endeavors to make an impact on the lives of others.

“Use the darkness of your past to propel you to a brighter future.” – Donata Joseph www.adhdfdn.org/book

How do you REALLY know it’s ADHD???

I was reading the comments that people made regarding this article ADHD can destroy a marriage — here’s how to help http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/38579912/ns/today-books/#.T38S1pl5Grk and it saddens me how people with and without ADHD truly don’t understand the facts behind ADHD. Yes majority of the symptoms of ADHD everyone has experienced them at different times of their lives or maybe some people every day. The main key with ADHD is does the symptoms affect you in more than one area of your life? Does ADHD affect your work, school, marriage, how you raise your kids, friendships, how you relate to family, how you drive… etc. In my case my ADHD affects me at work, it affected my relationships, married and divorced twice, (will blog on that another time), it affects the way I raise my kids, it affects the way I communicate with people, it took me forever to finish school (read more about that journey https://dosesofhope.wordpress.com/2012/03/11/me-school-adhd/#comments) and the list goes on. YES, there’s more->->->

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