Tag Archives: Survivors

  • Survivor Snapshots

    Posted on June 30, 2014 by Laura Courtney in Blog.

    Jenny is working this summer and enjoying a break from school. She really looks forward to her equine therapy sessions. Brenda came home for Father’s Day to spend time with her dad. During that time she also visited with her ESTN family. She plans on returning to the area to live at home and find work […]

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  • Survivor Sweet Spots

    Posted on May 28, 2014 by Laura Courtney in Blog.

    Jenny’s equine therapy is going well. She loves her time with the horses and is exposed to a therapy that is opening the doors for reassociating triggers.Bad memories are becoming good ones! Julie currently faces some very tough decisions about her next steps but enjoys expressing herself through the arts. Brenda decided to move out of town. While […]

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  • We Are Family

    Posted on April 9, 2014 by End Slavery Tennessee in Blog.

    by Laura Courtney Last week, one of our survivors made a simple picture of stick figures and doodles representing all of us who work here at ESTN.  For a simple two minute drawing, however, she was able to capture three truths of who we are and what we do. First, we here at End Slavery […]

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  • The Most Powerful Weapon

    Posted on August 2, 2013 by End Slavery Tennessee in Blog.

    In the fight against trafficking the most powerful weapon we have is prayer!! In fact, it’s the most powerful weapon we can use against any form of evil. I must admit, though, that there are times I get so overwhelmed by the idea of young children being used as sex slaves that I just don’t […]

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  • Survivor Stories – Dawn

    Posted on January 22, 2013 by End Slavery Tennessee in Blog.

    These stories are written in the first person, even though they are not written by the survivors themselves. However, apart from the omission of names and identifying information, all aspects of the stories have really happened, right here in Tennessee. Dawn   I could be your daughter. Your niece. The girl next door. I could be someone […]

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