Am I Being Abused?

Abuse can be physical, emotional, psychological, financial, and/or sexual. It can happen to anyone of any race, age, sexual orientation, religion, or gender. Many women do not realize that the behavior they’re falling prey to from their partner/spouse/significant other/boyfriend or girlfriend is “abuse.” Perpetrators are masters at making you feel like you are the cause of all the issues and problems in the relationship or that you’re imagining things. We created a free “Am I Being Abused?” Checklist for you to use to help you get clarity on your situation. You can use this Checklist online or download it.

The power of a lipstick, healing victims of domestic and dating violence.

“The simple act of applying a little lipstick can help a survivor of domestic violence face the world with just a little more confidence and optimism. Your kindness is appreciated more than you know.”

The Bernard House Shelter

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Center

Murfreesboro, Tennessee



Find Your Fabulosity
P.O. Box 915666
Longwood, FL 32791

(407) 786-7747