5 day challenge to break victim mentality after sexual assault
It’s difficult to keep pushing forward when you feel stuck, when you feel like life is happening TO you, not FOR you. Many of us have been there before, but there are so many tools that can help propel you forward in those difficult times.
In this 5 day challenge, we will break some of these tools down into individual, not overwhelming, steps so you can continue to better understand yourself as you take this healing journey. We know what it takes, and we’re here to support you.
As rape survivors ourselves, we’ve spent countless hours on our own personal development, from therapy to reading to workshops and seminars. We’ve learned from so many incredible health professionals and trauma coaches. And as rape crisis counselors, we create a safe space to focus on your own needs and autonomy.
After this challenge, you’ll have more tools for your self-care toolbox. You’ll be able to better self-assess where you’re at and what you need to live the life you want and deserve. You can have it all, if only you believe it. So let’s break down those limiting beliefs.
Starting Monday, September 25, 2017
What to expect:
An email each day for 5 days with a short prompt and the day’s homework
10-15 minutes of mental and written work each day
Reflection on the core issues that are holding you back
Actionable steps to work through these issues and achieve mental health goals
Access to private Facebook group to share results and gain feedback and support
Accountability for your own actions and mentality
An empowered view of yourself and your capabilities
Get a prompt sent to your inbox daily
We promise not to spam you. We’re trying to reduce overwhelm, not create more
Who is this for?
- Sexual assault survivors who want to break free from the chains that keep them quiet and discontent
- Survivors who recognize that past traumas are holding them back from embracing their true and authentic selves
- Those who are ready to take these first steps in living a more fulfilling life
- Those who are willing to put in some serious work to make it happen
Who is this NOT for?
- Survivors currently in acute crisis mode after sexual assault
- Survivors who desire help from trained clinical professionals but have yet to get that support
- If you are in need of immediate assistance, please call National Sexual Assault Hotline (sponsored by RAINN, available 24/7): 800.656.HOPE (4673)
Day 1: Assess where are you now
Day 2: Identify where you want to be
Day 3: Identify small steps you can take NOW to begin bridging the gap between these points
Day 4: Identify limiting beliefs that keep getting in your way
Day 5: Reflect on the week and find ways to reward yourself
We’d love to help everyone with this challenge, but we are not here to replace traditional therapy or the advice of a trained clinical professional. What we can do though is encourage you to find the resources that feel right to you.