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Please consider making any sized donation to help support Jaded Savior, a platform for trauma survivors to find empowerment, validation and resources for healing. All donations made help support the blog overhead and the content creator who puts everything together.
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Donations are an important part of the survival of the blog and website, helping to cover costs and allow for upgrades for the blog plan + designs + features & resources available to readers. Jaded Savior is now on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Youtube, and Facebook listing resources and promoting stories about Trauma to empower and validate Trauma Survivors experiences.
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Donations made in 2019 helped to cover the cost for the website + domain for 2020. Other current costs include investment into educational resources and programs that could grow and add value to the website, offering MORE resources + courses + books to Trauma survivors for LOW to NO cost!
J.S. Jaded Savior launched in May 2019
as a platform for trauma survivors to tell their stories and a way for me to share my own struggles with PTSD + ANXIETY + DEPRESSION. I had hit rock bottom while raising my little ones as a stay at home mom and did not know what to do to regain control of my life and health. I did not want to see a doctor for typical medication and had no way of getting to a therapist to discuss the symptoms and struggles I was having. I felt isolated, alone, and like even getting out of bed was hard.
Blogging about my mental health struggles has allowed me to help other people and begin a healing journey that feels safe and right for me. I have a passion for writing and design, which allowed me to make and run this entire website from scratch.
I hope to empower people who feel lost and broken, providing them with resources and tools that give them the confidence and courage to heal.