FIND YOUR VOICE NOW
-a woman’s support group
Discover Your Voice
with Find Your Voice Now
If you are looking for a Open Forum, Free platform to discuss issues, join us and feel safe and be heard, check out our support group. We were established to help women navigate through emotionally abusive relationships and to discover their own VOICE!  There are different types of toxic relationships: between partners, parents, children and co-workers.  We offer a non-judgmental place to become empowered by other woman who may be dealing with similar hardships and simply not know where to turn or what to do.

We meet virtually every other Thursday:
June 27, July 11, 25, August 8  @ 12:00PM.
If you are interested in attending a meeting, please check us out at Meet Up- Find Your Voice Now
(find-your-voice-a-womens-support-group) for our next meeting date.
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Session Summary

Embrace Empowerment and Find Solace: Unveiling the Essence of Our Support Group

  • Feeling part of a community of shared experiences
  • Learning the tools from others as to how to discover your own inner strength
  • Discovering how to let go of guilt, blame, and shame.
  • Understanding that saying “No”, can easily mean saying “Yes” to yourself- Choose You
  • Preventing others from taking advantage of your kindness
  • Learn to be a healthy role model for your children and others around you.
  • Most importantly, knowing you are truly not alone!
Women Share What Attracted Them to 'Find Your Voice' Group
This sounds like my type of group. I love giving books recommendations. I am happy there are places like this for women to gather and be heard. I look forward to participating in future groups. Thank you for the follow up
~ Safiyyah
You all are a wonderful group of women!
~ Ona
This really is a wonderful group for women!!
~ samanthapacso
"Doris, speaking and hearing support really helped. It was serendipitous that "O" spoke about her feelings today because I planned to share my struggle with wanting to beg for the relationship after all these months. Hearing her story put my progress into sharp contrast. While I still feel the pull towards my husband I also have gained some strength to realize I deserve to be treated well."
~ from one member
Wanting someone that might understand something of the things I have been through
~ Josey
Its relevant to my life right now
~ Ari
Community
~ Tanya
I just got out of a relationship where I lost myself. I want to feel confident and love myself again.
~ Ashley
Looking for a group of women I can relate to.
~ Monique
Empowerment
~ Ms.Grace
Finding a group I may be able to relate with and find good support for what I need.
~ Mary
Self-help for women, with women, by women
~ Cristina
Being able to interact with women in similar situations
~ L. S.
Need to find my voice with my family members
~ Barbara
Great session today!  The theme today dealt with the desire for 'autonomy'.  The road can be difficult and lonely, but establishing a network of friends you can trust, can provide you with the strength to stay the course!  We also discussed that "just because their family" doesn't mean we have to accept them into our lives.  We are worthy of healthy relationships!
~ Deasia
Just want to learn more about breaking the cycle of toxic relationships.
~ Loreal