Childhood sexual abuse is an insidious cancer that has reached epidemic proportions and i-Comfortable Victim deals with it head on. Blowing the lid off this secreted, vicious crime that has devastating consequences on our most vulnerable and valuable citizens in childhood and throughout adulthood is the reason i-Comfortable Victim exist; it is a labor of love to all survivors.
Ms. Broussard’s decision to chronicle her soul stains induced by years of undisclosed and unresolved childhood sexual abuse, resulted in her first novel, i-Comfortable Victim. She felt compelled to help others journey to their true selves by writing about her experience of learning to love herself and heal from deeply rooted scars. Ms. Broussard is on a mission to make the world safer for women and children and give silent survivors the voice they need to speak out and start the healing journey.
The story Ms. Broussard tells makes it unequivocally clear her purpose is to educate, entertain, expose, and elevate the readers’ consciousness to their own deep seated soul stains and aid them in journeying toward transformation.
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Here’s What to Expect in This Episode
- What is i-Comfortable Victim and who is it for?
- What did that feel like to realize that you had become a comfortable victim?
- The biggest obstacles for survivors of childhood sexual abuse to overcome?
- What methods and tools which can used to overcome those obstacles?
- What is An Open Heart Journey to Your True Self?
- Can a survivor make a complete 100% recovery?
- Is there a way to gaage whether a survivor is making progress towards healing and restoration?
- What is the importance of outing the abuse?
- Would it help to confront the attackers?
- Advice for parents who may have a child who was victimized.
- What steps can be employed to increase community awareness?
- How can people donate to, B’yond The Unveiling?
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Ms. Victoria Elyonda Broussard possesses highly developed personal skills with a talent for gaining and building the confidence of others that is readily recognized. She is a practicing attorney in Texas who graduated from the University of Texas in Austin, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology. She received her Juris Doctorate from Texas Southern University, with honors, serving as the Executive Editor of the Law Review.
Ms. Broussard is also an advocate for women’s rights as well as for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. She has lent her voice to this terrifying issue to bring awareness to a topic that has lurked in the shadows of society and caused immeasurable damage to countless people. Ms. Broussard joins her efforts with other survivors to dispel the myths surrounding childhood sexual abuse, encourage legislation that provides counseling and therapeutic services for victims, educates parents and caregivers to recognize the signs of sexual abuse, and that adequately punishes convicted offenders.
Ms. Broussard’s passion for healing hurts caused by childhood sexual abuse, prompted her to create a non-profit organization called B’yond the Unveiling. Ms. Broussard is always prepared to encourage others with her loving, straight forward, zero tolerance approach at conferences, gatherings, and churches to use disclosure and truth as the vehicle to obtain their liberty from the chains and soul stains of their childhood and challenging past experiences.
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