Don’t be a Victim This Valentine’s Day.
Violence has been proven to increase during holiday periods and Valentine’s Day is no exception
According to CBS News, an overwhelming # of domestic violence cases are reported on this day.
In the age of online dating, women must be cautious but domestic violence can occur in any relationship. It is one of the most pressing public health issues we face.
This Valentine’s Day remember the victims of Domestic Violence.
“69% of women report physical abuse by an intimate partner at least once in their lifetime” –W.H.O.
April JOY Ford has worked on the most extreme cases with victims of trauma, & human trafficking. She has a keen awareness for issues of loneliness, depression, & violence. She can help you spot the warning signs of abuse before it gets out of hand.
This woman may have the formula to end loneliness & help people survive domestic abuse
Expertise & Talking Points
- The Formula to end loneliness and persevere.
- Words of JOY -Positive and practical advice for happy living.
- How to combat the sadness and survive a traumatic event.
- How to talk to a victim and get them the help they need.
- How to spot the warning signs.
Audiences love her positive and practical advice for living happier lives each day.
About April Joy Ford:
APRIL J FORD is the author of “You Are Not Alone” She offers her book and story as an example for people who feel alone during an adversity showing it can be overcome. “I believe that challenges present us the opportunity to hit the reset button on life to discover who we are truly meant to be by how we rise above.” The 4 Step Formula she created has been the cornerstone of a system that’s served thousands of people dealing with loneliness.
Her dedication expanded to the 501c(3) non-profit, Joy’s G.I.F.T. (Global Illumination Foundation Thrives). The non-profit empowers women and youth experiencing loss or sexual abuse on how to transition from tragedy to triumph by providing them with a support system and an infrastructure of wrap-around resources to develop true self-mastery of independence.
It’s the ultimate story of “It’s not what happens to you, it’s how you deal with it.”