no longer silenced movement

Empowering Child Abuse Survivors and Promoting Awareness

Month: September, 2014

New Website

Nicolette, the founder of the No Longer Silenced Movement, has been hard at work putting together a new website for the organization. While still under construction, the work and effort put into the project is ever present when viewing the website. The founder worked with the owner of 815 media to produce the pilot site, and the attention to detail is un canning.

Our founder, in the midst of a move to Texas, to begin her journey into graduate school, somehow found the time to dedicate to the project and all of her hard work is worth it. The site who currently has individual team member bio’s as well as the mission statement can be found at The site, which incorporates the blog, gives credit to the people and organizations that have done their part to make the No Longer Silenced Movement what it is today, and keep it on the road to further growth.

Check out our new website, and let us know what you think!

Back to School

Kids are back to school…and it might be what they’ve dreaded all summer, but for some, it’s an escape. Even if it’s better than home, it doesn’t mean they’ll comply or work hard, most likely they’ll do the opposite (statistically speaking). If you work in a school, and have started back, make sure you remember this when you’re settling in. What a kid does or says to you, isn’t always a reaction towards you, and reading into their behavior can be what saves them. Being a Teacher is one of the most influential jobs pertaining to a child’s life, and also one of the most unappreciated.

It’s not your job to make sure their home life is good, but when you see the signs by spending the majority of your day with them, you can change their life. It’s extra work, with the potential to make a serious difference. Despite how a child behaves towards you, keep it in the bank of your mind that there’s a reason behind each behavior.

It’s limitless what a teacher can do for a child’s life. The ones who’ve made a difference in mind, I keep with me everyday. Good luck this school year, and remember each day that every action a child does, there’s a motivation behind it. Don’t take it personal, don’t let it stress you or bring you down, it’s not you, but whatever it is, you’ll eventually be able to figure it out and move forward with what you know. Breathe and relax, and the answers will come.