Written by a Restored Wings Resident Dear future me, Before jail, I was in prostitution. I don’t miss that life. It was hard. When I went to jail I asked God to show me where he wants me to go. I was lost and scared. I didn’t want to go back to that life. The […]
I’ve been able to build a community of women who have shown me that my past no longer defines who I am. Rejuvenating Women has been an answer to prayer.
Karpman Drama Triangle and Sex Trafficking Survivors
Most sex trafficking service providers are made up of a team of people who have an empathetic desire to help those who are hurting. Individuals…
Major life change, especially when considering a long-term program like ours, is going to be overwhelming and scary. However, if we can help new residents focus on the small choices and on their day-to-day instead of their “months down the road,” life does not seem so scary or overwhelming.
We tend to think that evil-intentioned people look a certain way. We are here to tell you that even the evilest hearts in people can appear on the outside
Sensory Rooms are so beneficial for women who suffer from PTSD. Here are a couple of articles about Sensory Rooms. Sensory rooms are also called multisensory rooms or comfort rooms (MacDaniel, 2009). In essence, they are specialized rooms with environments that are designed to facilitate relaxation and self-organization (Champagne and Sayer, 2003; Champagne and Stromberg, 2004; […]
On Friday at the Restored Wings Home, one of our residents said to me as I walked by her in the living room, “I love it here.” I said, “Well, I am so glad to hear that.” The resident then said, “What you do is great and I’m thankful for all you do for us. […]
[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″ admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] My Brokenness IEP Plan By Michelle Myers I realized tonight, as we discussed our brokenness, how far I have come. I used to try and hide my brokenness. I used to deny it. I used to get offended when someone pointed it out. I used to get offended when […]