Keep Breaking The Silence Like Zac Stacy’s Ex

Those Zac Stacy videos popped up SUDDENLY on a friend’s story yesterday…

It’s a major news item right now. This famous football player assaulting his ex-girlfriend in her home. All caught on video from her home security system.

I watched every single released video and I nearly threw up, right then and there 🤮 🤢 🤢 🤮

No matter how much we heal seeing these injustices against women are nauseating ant infuriating 😡 😡 😡

I know it’s SO HARD to speak out for ourselves sometimes, but breaking the silence around this epidemic is everything. Even calling a crisis line to talk, as a first step, making sure you’re safe of course if you do.

What I know in my gut for sure is:

1. Exposing this behaviour is necessary and, hard as it is to watch: it’s a massive game changer on the domestic violence front, because …

2. More women will be installing and keeping those cameras on in their homes, so that, if and when they’re ready, and if and when they choose (as adults, it’s ALWAYS up to them) they will have them.

💜🙏🏼 Every woman deserves to be and feel safe in this world.

Sending blessings to this woman (his ex) and all women entangled in dynamics with and/or living in terror of a violent man right now. 💜🙏🏼


PS …


If you need urgent medical or psychiatric attention, need help in an emergency or are in crisis:

Visit your local emergency department, general hospital or call 911.

Call your local non-emergency police phone number and ask for victim services.

Google “domestic violence women shelter” for your area – they are open 24 hours and their staff is always ready to handle crisis phone calls. 

Call a CRISIS HOTLINE – they are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – there are always warm hearts there to hear you and talk to you. They *really* do help! Here is a list that I have researched for my area: 

-Assaulted Women’s Helpline: 416 863-0511; Toll-free: 1 866 863-0511

-24 Hour Rape Crisis Line: Call 604-872-8212 for free, confidential, phone based crisis intervention, information, and referral.

-Women Against Violence Against Women (WAVAW) Rape Crisis Centre: Call 604-255-6344 or toll free 1-877-392-7583 for confidential, immediate, emotional support, information, referrals, and hospital accompaniment. Available 24 hours a day.

Published by GinaSilvestri

Success Champion for Women Entrepreneurs Since 2009

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