15 Songs For Survivors of Domestic Violence

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Domestic Violence

Domestic violence isn’t easy to talk about. However, if we don’t talk about it we will never be able to rid ourselves of the stigma, shame, and silence associated with domestic violence. I am a survivor of domestic violence, and find solace in these songs. Music has a healing effect. For this reason,  I wanted to share with fellow survivors.

So here we go. These are my 15 Songs For Survivors of Domestic Violence.

Face Down – The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus

Better Man – Pearl Jam

Gunpowder and Lead – Miranda Lambert

Church Bells  – Carrie Underwood

Independence Day – Martina McBride

Warrior – Demi Lovato

Cold Case Love – Rhianna

How Come How Long – Babyface

Love The Way You Lie – Eminem and Rhianna

Love The Way You Lie Part 2 – Rhianna

Oh Mother – Christina Aguilera

Rain on Me – Ashanti

Thank You – Jamilia

Silenced – Mersi Stone

Love is Blind – Eve

On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States. Victims/survivors of domestic violence should not be ashamed. The shame belongs to the abusers. However, until we stop the victim blaming, shaming, and ignorance the abuse will continue.

I hope these 15 Songs For Survivors of Domestic Violence help you as much as they have helped me.

Check out A Letter To My Abused Self http://www.fabulouslysingle.life/a-letter-to-my-abused-self/

If you need help please reach out: National Domestic Violence Hotline https://www.thehotline.org/

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