I felt isolated, people stopped wanting to be around me because I was destructive. I didn’t have anything, everyone was pushing me away, and everything in my life was going wrong.Read More
Why do we share stories?
When we think about the people experiencing homelessness around us, certain images and labels come to mind about who they are and how they got there. Portraits of Hope is a way their stories can be heard and we can be reminded that restoration is possible, and lives and families can be healed.
I would tell other woman who have gone through domestic violence, you are not alone. Do not give up on yourself. You are worth it and this is not your fault. I would tell her, you are beautiful. Do not listen to the lie that you are not worthy, you deserve good things in life.Read More
I was at a low I never thought I would get to. I had many issues I just couldn’t get over and I turned to drugs. I knew what was right and what was wrong; I just always was doing what was wrong.Read More