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Emotional Wellness: Paint Your Truth 11.17.18

November 8, 2018

 

Paint Your Truth is on its 3rd year (I’m excited!). This year we are hosting Paint Your Truth at the Perkins Community Center on 155 Talbot Ave, Dorchester Center, MA from 2PM to 5PM. Paint Your Truth is a painting event for sexual assault survivors in the Massachusetts area. The origins of Paint Your Truth is from private conversations I had with Black women who confided in me about their past experiences with sexual assault in different stages in their lives. I’m talking about toddler, preteen, adolescence and adulthood. The perpetrators were different people from family members, teachers, coworkers, neighbors etc. I appreciated these ladies for having the courage to speak their truth and share their stories with me. These stories impacted me and I wanted more survivors to be able to express themselves, not necessarily in words, especially those who don't have the words. This is when the idea of art came to mind because words are interpreted by their definitions but an art piece is worth a thousand words and all of them are defined differently by the viewers and painter. In 2016 this is when Paint Your Truth first happened. It was a small, supportive and empowering event. All the attendees painted and interacted with each other. They had a great time eating, chatting and being carefree while painting their individual truths. Even City Councilor Andrea Campbell came to support us and painted as well. Then on I vowed if I could I would continue the empowering painting event that is Paint Your Truth.

 

 

Click this year's Paint Your Truth flyer above or the link below to sign RSVP to PAINT YOUR TRUTH.

 

 

Last Year’s Paint Your Truth 

 

First Year’s Paint Your Truth

 

Donate Material Four Paint Your Truth 

 

 

On this platform we speak about sexual assault, mental health and healing. If at any other time you felt isolated and thought you couldn't speak about your truth know that here is that platform to Speak Up. Speak Out. Speak Truth. If you need to speak to someone who knows sexual violence and mental health disorders contact me for a private one on one conversation with me. I answer questions, give advise and provide coaching. Want to get started now? Click the picture above or HERE. 

 

If You Missed Last Week's Blog:Emotional Wellness: Knowing When To Exit A Relationship That No Longer Serves You. Click HERE to read.

 

Follow: vieis_me Instagram page for Instagram Livestreams on Tuesdays at 9pm eastern where we discuss whatever you want to. No subject is off topic from sexual trauma, mental health, celebrities, politics etc. Catch the playback on Facebook Page Author Vie Ciné.

 

Follow: MEMOIRSOFAFORGOTTENCHILD Instagram page for exclusive reads from and updates for MEMOIRS OF A FORGOTTEN CHILD ebook. 

 

Miss the last livestream? Click HERE to watch the replay.

 

I'll leave you with a personal quote of mine, "It's imperative that these acts of wrongdoings do not continue unchecked for it is our children who pay the highest cost." - Vie Ciné 

 

As Iyanla Vanzant says, "I am not my sister's keep, I am my sister." 

 

New Subscribers will get a FREE ebook titled 10 Tips To Detect A Pedophile. It's a MUST READ for parents and caregivers! 

 

Purchase MEMOIRS OF A FORGOTTEN CHILD now on Amazon Kindle: HERE or in the STORE page. 

 

Be Blessed. Be Enlightened. Be Loved. ✌🏾

 

 

 

 

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