It wasn’t until she sat across the desk from a divorce attorney, answering his questions that the realization sank in: she’d been systematically abused by her husband. Her healing journey involved participating in art therapy, where she found her voice and shed light on her life and the pervasive ways it had been colored by abuse since her childhood. It was only by looking into the dark spaces that she was able to heal and accept herself, transforming her life in the process.
Listen in to:
- Hear how Deborah’s stepped out of her abusive relationship
- Find out how she learned to embrace and share her story
- Learn the tools she found useful along her healing journey
Resources mentioned on the show:
- Stop Stressing Over Your Next Blog Post: 5 Steps to Publishing Client-Attracting Posts
- Simple Steps to Essential Self-Care
Deborah Kevin (pronounced “key-vin”) father’s military career had her family moving so often that she attended 13 schools in 12 years. While it was difficult growing up as the perpetual “new girl,” she’s grateful for the skills she learned: flexibility, adaptability, and the ability to listen. Deborah works with visionary entrepreneurs who are out to make an impact on our world and their communities. She helps them create a clear strategy, write client-attractive web and marketing copy, and write their books!
She lives with her family outside Baltimore, Maryland, where they can be found hiking, kayaking, reading, and writing (that is, when they’re not off discovering the world). Debby’s personal goal is to walk the entire Camino de Santiago de Compostella. In 2017, she hiked nearly 80 Camino miles and has scheduled three weeks in 2018 to continue her trek.