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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes - Sunday, June 3rd, 2018

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“Without support from CKWC, I would never be in the positive place I am in today.”

“Saved my life, gave me courage, and increased my self-esteem.”

“I feel better about myself and I have more confidence.”

“I can see how domestic violence affected my children.”

“I have learned to make healthier choices for myself and family.”

“I know now that I have choices. I don’t have to accept bad behaviour”

“I’m a really good person who didn’t know what healthy meant. Now I do.”

“I feel safer and realize the way I have reacted to life’s situations is normal.”

“I never knew domestic violence was unhealthy. The Women’s Centre has provided me with education and knowledge.”

“The Women’s Centre provided me with a safe place to heal and figure things out without feeling judged.”

“Acceptance of self and situation. I am learning to be my own self.”

“It’s okay to cry; it’s okay because I’m not lost anymore.”

“Today I know what it means to be safe. I will never go back to feeling afraid again.”

There’s an old saying,

“You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.”

Frank Baird created Walk A Mile in Her Shoes® in 2001.

Each year an ever-increasing number of men are joining Walk A Mile In Her Shoes® International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault and Gender Violence. Walk A Mile In Her Shoes® is a fun opportunity for men to educate the community about a very serious subject and to rally the community to take action to prevent sexualized violence – and raise money for women’s shelters and the services they provide in their communities. Register today!

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