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Joey L. Dowdy’s “Bounce Back!”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 14, 2011 by JJgroove01

Be Like A Ball, the harder it falls the higher it can bounce back.” Don’t be crushed by a fall and stay down, rather, use its forceful impact to help “Spring Yourself Up” again.Here’s why! Most often you can rise up higher than you were before, if you strive to do what it takes to get back on track. Know that something times a fall or hard hit could be Nature’s way saying, “This is Your Wake Up Call; It’s Time to Change Things Up.” It could be presenting to you a fresh new start, or an opportunity to grow. May be even a way for you to be Bigger, Bolder, Better, and to HEY! Bounce Back!
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Joey L. Dowdy’s “Abuse Breaks Its Grip!”

Posted in inspiration, Self fulfillment, Uncategorized, Wellness with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 23, 2011 by JJgroove01

This couldn’t be a more talked about and controversial subject matter right now. You know this is BIG , BIG, BIG news when celeb’s like Rihanna, Oprah, Tyler Perry, Monique and “So You Think You Can Dance” judge Mary Murphy are all talking about domestic violence and their abusive past.

 “Precious” the Oscar winning movie directed by Lee Daniels helped shed some light upon a much needed to be discussed dark subject. It depicts the trials and tribulations of an obese young teenage African American female, Gabourey Sidible, who had dreams of becoming a leading girl in music videos. Yet she found her dreams were quickly shattered by her demeaning mentally, physically, abusive mother, and sexually abusive father.”
It’s a shocking revelation that far too many people experience on a daily bases. I too know first hand about the twists, and turns, of domestic violence’s gripping hold from my own personal experiences. I remember as a child being repeatedly molested by an older person who forced me to do things that violated my innocence. I too like so many others were afraid to speak out in fear of what others would think about me. I was afraid they wouldn’t believe me.” Actually, I was so confused, and I thought maybe I caused it; I even wondered if there was something wrong with me. I didn’t know who to turn to, or where to go, so sadly, I just buried my feelings. I never talked about it; I just wore the pain.
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