Feb. 14, 2021

Abusive Relationship: I'm a survivor - Guest Ebony

Abusive Relationship: I'm a survivor - Guest Ebony

There are many reasons why victims stay in abusive relationships. What’s the most impactful thing you’ve done in your life? Would you be able to forgive someone who abused you? Are you 100% certain you couldn’t become a statistic? Are you stuck...


There are many reasons why victims stay in abusive relationships. What’s the most impactful thing you’ve done in your life? Would you be able to forgive someone who abused you? Are you 100% certain you couldn’t become a statistic? Are you stuck with an abuser during this pandemic? Let's chat about it.

**Seek Help**

Call National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800−799−7233 or text "LOVEIS" to 22522 to reach a trained advocate. Can also reach out to any United Way agency near you.

  • STDs
  • Substance Abuse 
  • Self Sabotage 
  • Escaping 
  • Mental Health 
  • Purpose 

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Ebony A.N. Smith

Author, Domestic Violence Advocate & Survivor

Ebony Smith found herself standing in the middle of what seemed like a jail she could never seem to escape from. In her book, "Breaking Out The Jail I Built", she takes you on a journey and shows how she navigated through life as she continued down a path of self destructive behaviors, poor relationship choices, and alcohol abuse. Ebony’s uncontrollable behaviors and risky lifestyle ultimately lead her to experience extreme highs and lows as she continued to build a jail around her life. When faced with the reality that her life was now spiraling out of control, Ebony gathered up all the strength and courage she had left and dismantled and deconstructed the jail she built to obtain freedom once and for all.