Liz G. Bailey

Liz G. Bailey

Liz G. Bailey2022-11-13T16:49:58-05:00

Empowering Women
to Rise Up and Thrive

LIZ G. BAILEY

Domestic Violence Prevention
& Survivor Advocate
Author | MA, CCC-SLP

Creating a Safe Space for Women
to Reclaim Their Power

Creating a Safe Space for Women
to Reclaim Their Power

Creating a Safe Space for Women to Reclaim Their Power

Liz G. Bailey
Domestic Violence Prevention & Survivor Advocate
Author | MA, CCC-SLP

Part of healing is accepting things as they are now and not trying to change the past. You are safe to acknowledge your own stories, experience a full range of emotions, and see that you can make it to the other side.

Our feelings are not wrong; they are guideposts meant to light the way and be left behind. You made it here.

It’s a step in the direction to KNOWLEDGE, HEALING, and PEACE.

Check out my  Domestic Violence Survivor Blog for monthly articles that inspire ways to heal from intimate partner violence, teach others to stay safe, and create positive support systems. The light of awareness will
illuminate the darkness of abuse.

Part of healing is accepting things as they are now and not trying to change the past. You are safe to acknowledge your own stories, experience a full range of emotions, and see that you can make it to the other side.

Our feelings are not wrong; they are guideposts meant to light the way and be left behind. You made it here.

It’s a step in the direction to KNOWLEDGE, HEALING, and PEACE.

Check out my  Domestic Violence Survivor Blog for monthly articles that inspire ways to heal from intimate partner violence, teach others to stay safe, and create positive support systems.

The light of awareness will illuminate the darkness of abuse.

Liz G. Bailey

Sisterhood. Acceptance. Growth.

Sisterhood.
Acceptance.
Growth.

If you’re afraid, don’t know where to start, or you feel like you have no support network, sometimes all you have is a
website — start here. We see you.

My abuser asked when I would “get over it.” It’s not that easy. There are no shortcuts to change or to healing; it’s hard and messy, but worth it. We are getting through this as a community of whole women raising whole families and keeping our vibrations high.
Together, we will heal, thrive, support, and inform.

If you’re afraid, don’t know where to start, or you feel like you have no support network, sometimes all you have is a website — start here. We see you.

My abuser asked when I would “get over it.” It’s not that easy. There are no shortcuts to change or to healing; it’s hard and messy, but worth it. We are getting through this as a community of whole women raising whole families and keeping our vibrations high.

Together, we will heal, thrive, support, and inform.

I stood up for myself.
Now I am standing up
for you and with you.

I stood up for myself.
Now I am standing up for you and with you.

After experiencing intimate partner violence and educating myself about the many types of abuse, I am committed to being a voice for domestic violence prevention, awareness, and survivor support. The idea of leaving is intensely scary and we all make moves in our own time. We are here.

This cause is personal to me. Raising awareness and cultivating community for survivors and allies is my passion. I honor those that helped me move through the difficult path of getting out and offer this space as a source of support for those still in need.

My Story, My Purpose

My Story, My Purpose

My Story, My Purpose

I was in a marriage with someone who raged, love bombed, minimized, and manipulated. I never knew which way was up and was in fight or flight so often, my intuition was drowned out. I justified, made excuses, abandoned myself, and stayed. I eventually realized this was not the life I wanted to live and that I needed a plan. With the help of therapists, community resources, friends, and family, I took the necessary steps to make changes…bit by bit. I believe we enter relationships to learn, heal, and grow. Our partners are mirrors and even painful experiences have a reason. That does not diminish the fact that being with an abusive partner is traumatic, stifling, and comes with feelings of confusion of helplessness.

Both can be true. I learned a lot in my experience. And now I am smarter, safer, and free.

Liz G. Bailey

Family:
Loving, Sharing
& Caring

Family:
Loving, Sharing
& Caring

Family:
Loving, Sharing
& Caring

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The Pretty Truth

We are women who know cool things and we're here to tell you the pretty truth, which is that you are already enlightened. You have made it this far and every moment you respond vs react and breathe instead of rage should be loved and appreciated. The work is never done and as we evolve and grow through our earthly circumstances, we hope you'll use the tools from us and our guests to help you love yourself hard no matter where you are on your journey.

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“We are more than survivors. We are wise women, givers of life, healers. We are whole.”

~ Liz

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Remember Who You Are.

“We are more than survivors. We are wise women, givers of life, healers. We are whole.”

~ Liz

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Liz G. Bailey Family

Balancing Self & Family

Balancing Self & Family

Our lives can feel like an ongoing to-do list of the things we need to accomplish and the people we need to please. Everyone and everything seem to be fighting for our attention. Although we live in a society that favors production over self-care, we can still prioritize ourselves, our families, and balance our work and home life. Tuning into our minds and listing to our bodies is critical for sustainable, lasting success. Checking in about whether we need space or connection, reaching out for help, and saying yes and no authentically will help you prioritize your time and attention. This practice goes a long way in keeping your sense of harmony aligned and will allow you to spend precious and
priceless time with the ones you love.

Healing requires help, honesty, and hope.

Our lives can feel like an ongoing to-do list of the things we need to accomplish and the people we need to please. Everyone and everything seem to be fighting for our attention. Although we live in a society that favors production over self-care, we can still prioritize ourselves, our families, and balance our work and home life. Tuning into our minds and listing to our bodies is critical for sustainable, lasting success. Checking in about whether we need space or connection, reaching out for help, and saying yes and no authentically will help you prioritize your time and attention. This practice goes a long way in keeping your sense of harmony aligned and will allow you to spend precious and
priceless time with the ones you love.

Healing requires help, honesty, and hope.

Claim your truth.
Take up the space
you deserve.

Claim your truth.
Take up the space
you deserve.

Abusers break you down in so many different ways with the intent to confuse, distort, and control.

What to do?

Remember that your story is real. It happened to you, but it does not define you. You no longer have to shrink away in fear. You can stand tall, put your pieces back together, and grow stronger and better than ever.

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