We must put an end to violence against women and girls.
- One out of three women around the world has been physically abused in her lifetime.
- Domestic violence is the single biggest cause of injury and death to girls and women aged between 15 and 44 worldwide
- 60 million girls are sexually assaulted at or on their way to school each year
- Women and girls constitute 80 per cent of the estimated 800,000 people trafficked annually, with the majority trafficked for sexual exploitation
- Over three million girls a year still suffer the trauma and long-term consequences of female genital mutilation
- More than 60 million girls worldwide are child brides, married before the age of 18
Helping women to work on their self-esteem and become stronger is incredibly important work and can literally make all the difference, even save lives and ultimately help and empower women to take back control of their lives.
We do this by helping her to become stronger by helping her to improve her self-esteem, to improve how she feels about herself and by giving her resources and support to get the help she needs is vital.
As a researcher and having also personally experienced both domestic violence and sexual violence – rape in the past, I can relate and fully empathize with deep compassion and heartfelt understanding for other women who are or have also gone through similar experiences.
In my coaching practice I am blessed and grateful to help women and help women specifically work on improving their self-esteem. I speak on these issues also.
How does violence against women effect her?
Let’s take a look at the facts:
The effects of violence against women effect how she feels about herself and the world around her. Many women experience feelings of:
Some of the issues women face as a result of violence include but are not limited to:
- Low Self-Esteem
- Lack of confidence
- PTSD – Post Traumatic stress disorder
- Panic Attacks
- Self Blame
- Sense of worthlessness
- Fear of being alone
- Social isolation
- Loss of income – partner withholds money
We may not be able to help everyone but we can help someone and together we can help even more women.
Let’s take a stand and together help women become stronger. Helping women and girls all around the world.
If you or someone you know needs help, please do share these resources. Working with a coach, therapist, counselors and other medical professionals can help.
Here are some valuable resources:
Janet I Mueller is the CEO of J Mueller Group. She passionately serves and helps her clients and audiences to unlock and achieve their full potential, to raise their self-esteem through personal growth and leadership development. Helping leaders to become excellent leaders through practice and philosophy of servant leadership. Janet is a mom, educator, executive coach, speaker and published author. Coming soon, her new book “The Blossoming – A Leader’s Guide 10 Keys To Unlocking Your Blooming Potential”. Author of “A Champion’s Guide To Thriving Beyond Breast Cancer” Janet is an advocate for women and girls and member of RAINN the largest national anti sexual assault organization. She is hired to speak on personal growth, leadership development and self-esteem.