How to Stop Domestic Violence: It Doesn’t Have to Keep You Down. Meet Majidah Smith
Here at TSH Society, we are on a mission to share stories of millennials who have turn pain into a superpower. It’s time to push past the pain and walk in your purpose. Check out our interview with Majidah Smith. Remember- domestic violence doesn’t have to keep you down.
In this interview we discussed:
The different forms of abuse
Deciding when enough is enough.
Majidah surviving domestic violence- during a five year marriage.
Motivation to Keep Going.
Advice for someone in a domestic violence situation
Stop Domestic Violence! Interview Key Takeaways
Change your mindset, change your life.
Get the help you need counseling, therapy, etc.
Healing is a choice. It starts with making a decision.
Don’t make excuses for abuse.
Can’t take advice from everyone.
Make a decision and stick with it. Don’t cause confusion.
Set a deadline.
Your peace is a priority.
Nobody has it all together.
What you allow will continue.
The very thing you don’t want to let go, may be the very thing blocking your blessings.
We are excited to welcome you to the first of many Millennial Making Moves post. We believe that we overcome by the power of our testimony. At TSHS our goal is to provide accountability, clarity and community.
On this post we sat down (via zoom) with the amazing speaker, coach and trainer Jay Walker of mytime2win.com Check out the interview below and catch these gems that were dropped. It surely blessed our founder. Make sure to join her Facebook Group if you want to crush some goals and win at life.
Useful Gems From Interview
Learn and believe in yourself.
Just because you have a career that is not your calling.
Set up systems and routines so progress is automatic.
Remove the feeling behind wanting to do certain things.
Take the pressure off yourself- start with good and get better.
Education is great. Knowledge is power. Do not be afraid to try different things.
Start where you are. Get going to get good.
Keep the momentum.
If you are not at peace in your spirit… nothing you do will prosper.
You will not always be motivated, that’s why you must be disciplined.
Be a giver and get more out of life.
Collaboration over competition.
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In honor of Valentine’s Day 2021 we wanted to share some insight into taking care of yourself. In recent years social media has coined the phrases Self-Care Saturday and Self-Love Sunday. I find it pretty ironic that we need a hashtag as a reminder to take care of ourselves. Welcome to the millennial life.
Is There a Difference?
A few months ago, I put up a post on Facebook about self-love versus self-care. While majority of people stated self-love was more important, some believed they were one in the same.
First off let’s break down the terms. Self-care is usually what we do to pamper ourselves. Whether it’s a manicure, pedicure, or a facial self care is usually seen in the outside. On the other hand self-love is giving yourself the necessary attention to get to know yourself. Moreover, we need self-love to become aligned, awakened and aware.
When was the last time you meditated? In addition, how is your prayer life? What is your journaling routine? All these things matter. It starts with self-reflection; doing the inner work to heal and grow.
Do the Work
Self-love is doing the inner work to learn, heal and grow. While others can’t see the work they will definitely feel it in your presence. You will control your peace in the presence of others. I do believe things like meditation, seeking therapy, and more can fall under both categories. The most important thing is to take care and love on yourself. Self love is not selfish it’s necessary.
What are you going to do for self-care or self love this week?