Survivors/Artists–Showcase Your Talent to Help Others!

Don’t worry, it’s FREE!

Do you sing, write short stories or poetry?  Are you a painter?  Do you have a talent that you would like to share with other survivors?  Think of how many survivors you might help by turning their questions into answers or their tears into smiles with your talented message. 

Survivors, your song, story, or talent could save a life. 

I want you to share your autobiography, short story, poem, painting, video, etc…whatever your talent is to the world of fellow survivors.  All you have to do is contact me, any time, to let me know what type of talent you have, and you will receive posting instructions on our Life’s Answers, LLC blog campaign geared to educating and helping victims and survivors from around the world. 

Your talent could turn a survivor’s tears into a smile. 

Your talent could offer a potential suicide victim hope.

Each survivor who lives another day should be proud of themselves, which is why I want all survivors to have an avenue of exposure for their talent or a way to send their message of hope.  My professional experience includes promoting artists from around the world.  My life as a victim of childhood abuse and domestic violence routed my passion for helping survivors.  10+ years as a promoter of independent artists showed me how difficult and heart wrenching it can be to have talent without an audience. Finally, today, I am merging the two because many survivors are talented individuals with messages in their art that could positively change the lives of millions of victims.    

Showcase your talent!  Help survivors while you learn to love yourself. 

While I was still a victim, my love of the arts carried my soul.  I was an entertainer, broadcaster, concert producer, and promoted independent artists.  My love and desire to help artists have and always will be part of my heart.  And, I have never lost my dream of one day helping survivors.  Today, with love, I want to offer survivors a chance to help recovering victims from around the world by sharing their talented messages of education or hope. 

Practitioners do tell us that our abuser was attracted to us because of our talent to feel for others.  Our hearts cry out messages.  Those stories, songs, poems, etc. should be shared.  The smiles you produce will erase many of your abuser’s negative messages by offering you an appreciative audience.  Nothing offers hope of feeling better about yourself than knowing you positively talked to someone through your talent.  You earned the right to help and, yes, show off a bit because of being a survivor willing to share your talent to help others. 

Someone out there desperately needs to see or hear your message of hope!

A Few Rules:

  • You must be a survivor.
  • No pornography or nudity.
  • All work must be original.
  • You must be willing to allow your talent to be shared with the public.
  • No sales pitches.

Please contact me at any time if you would like further information regarding posting your talent to become a part of the “Abuse me. Why?” campaign designed to educate and help survivors across the globe.

Very sincerely,

Sandra Speer, Ph.D., CLC, CDRC, Legal Advocate

For 24/7 Support, & to attend our next FREE “Abuse me. Why?” Live Support Group, follow the link to our FB “Abuse me. Why?” Trauma Survivors Support Group.

Sandra Speer, Ph.D. is a world-renowned Author, Keynote Speaker, and Certified Life Coach and Disaster Recovery Coach who offers Seminars, Group and Personal Coaching designed to show all how to move beyond their past to live happy and successful lives.  Dr. Speer knows from personal experience as a survivor of a lifetime of abuse, that recovery brings happiness and chances for unlimited success.  As a Legal Advocate, Dr. Speer strives to ensure that abusers are punished.  Nothing makes her happier than watching prosecuting attorneys go to jail, children return to their right parent, and individuals find justice with her assistance.  If you need to charge, fight the system, or in need of making a complaint against a doctor, mental health practitioner, corporation, or institution; Dr. Speer has the experience needed to win your case.  Her publications include The Remains of Hurricane Katrina with various articles written as a contributing journalist for educational books and publications, FEMA, and the American Red Cross to help all understand Trauma.

I am looking forward to meeting you!
Dr. Sandra Speer, Ph.D., CLC, CDRC, Legal Advocate

4 thoughts on “Survivors/Artists–Showcase Your Talent to Help Others!”

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    Survival of domestic violence from age 10 -35 yr I am now free

    1. Dr. Speer, CLC, CDRC

      Congratulations, very difficult to recover after experiencing it for so long. Proudly you are doing it!
      Looking forward to having you share your story to help other survivors!
      Dr. Speer

  2. Hi Dr. Speer,

    Thank you for all your encouraging thoughts. I am a survivor from Legal Abuse through Guardianship Oversight, trying to protect my Vulnerable 95 years of age mother, who suffers from Alzheimer’s and Victim, held isolated, neglectedand exploited.

    I am an Artist, I paint with acrylic and did a painting called, “Eyes of Alzheimer’s”
    I would love to participate, to help Victims.
    Thank you,
    Marcia Friedman

    1. Dr. Speer, CLC, CDRC

      Also, Marcia:
      Please feel free to send me a copy of your painting, [email protected]. I would also appreciate it if you could add a short biography. I am looking forward to proudly adding your work to our collection of art for survivors of trauma.
      In addition, please feel free to ask any questions that you may have.

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