Posts tagged whit devereaux
Teens and Domestic Violence Hosted by Lisa Adams Featuring Whit Devereaux

In this exclusive interview, I had the chance to be a guest inside of the community, Holding the Hand of My Sister on Monday, June 17, 2019. It was a candid conversation between Lisa D. Adams, my fellow APS Award Winning sister, addressing healthy relationships and the rise of teen domestic violence. Listen and share with someone who needs this!

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Overcoming Teen Dating Violence

Let’s talk facts: Did you know that 3 in 4 parents have never talked to their children about domestic violence? This may not come as a surprise because it is viewed as such a taboo topic to begin with. We must break the stigma surrounding domestic violence in order to break the cycle. Don’t think this applies to you? Well according to nrcdv.org, every year approximately 1.5 million high school students NATIONWIDE experience physical abuse from a dating partner.

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To Those That Didn't Feel Protected: I Support You #notbymyown

Recently I shared a video speaking out against a public figure who allegedly abused many underage girls. Would you believe that the same “supporter” who had reached out to me before telling me to keep speaking my truth had the gall to say “These women are lying. They just want fame.” The person then misquoted scripture saying that “God said money is the root of all evil.” Victim blaming is real.

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Overcome By Confessing: Blessings Are Chasing Me Down!

The bible says life and death is in the power of the tongue. So which one will you choose today: speak life or render death through your words? A particular affirmation that I choose to speak over myself and have encouraged others connected to me to confess is my blessings are chasing me down!

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