Carl Jung said, "It is not what has happened to me. It is what I choose to become."
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 06, 2015
One in three women and one in seven men in the U.S experience domestic violence, sexual assault or rape. Worldwide, it's seventy percent of women. That's unacceptable. Deborah Kagan, author/speaker/creator of the Rock Your Mojo™ programs, is determined to change the conversation for survivors of DV, SA and rape. The free online interview series, Take A Stand airing during the month of October (Domestic Violence Awareness Month), features Hollywood stars, an award-winning journalist, renowned entrepreneurs, athletes and government officials. Their commonality: All experienced some form of abuse and have transcended it to create their current success. Through these interviews, they share their stories as an opportunity for the women listening to powerfully shift who they are. The secrets and shame women hide become the insidious and often hard to uncover blocks on the path to success. Through the conversations in these interviews, women find the power within to leave the past in the past and build an empowering future.
The series is also available for purchase and 100% of the proceeds from Take A Stand, in perpetuity, go to the VDAY Organization dedicated to ending violence to women and girls worldwide.
Esther Miller, one of the interviewees says, "It is really powerful when you align yourself with a community that is going to support you because, I really believe this, abuse happens in isolation. Healing happens in community.”
Connect with the Take A Stand community, download your badge and let them know what you stand for here: http://www.takeastandevent.com/
If you’d like more information about the Take A Stand Project visit the official site here: http://www.takeastandevent.com/ or to schedule an interview with Deborah please email info(at)deborah-kagan(dot)com or send us a Tweet @deborahkagan.