Welcome to Blood Into Ink: Warrior Voices of Survival

Speaking up for others as well as for myself is a significant part of who I am as a woman, and human being. I promise, you are all safe with me and the other beautiful curators of Blood into Ink.

Brave and Reckless

Blood Into Ink is a safe, respectful, open and inclusive home for stories of survival from those who have lived through sexual abuse, rape, physical abuse, emotional abuse, child neglect, domestic violence and other forms of trauma.  It is a place to share writing about our struggles and our triumphs.

The curators of this space are in awe of the strength, resiliency and creativity of survivors. We celebrate this warrior spirit. We believe that these stories give voice to voiceless, inspire other survivors, and hope that they will help others find their rebel yells.

All who enter with respect are welcome here.  This is powerful, resonant  writing that we believe will move you.  Additional curators and guest writers are welcome and encouraged.

Curators:

1Wise-Woman/A Lion Sleeps in the Heart of the Brave

Aurora Phoenix/Insights from “Inside”

Christine Ray/Brave and Reckless

Jessica Boyles

Kindra M. Austin

Rachel Finch/Bruised But Not Broken

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10 thoughts on “Welcome to Blood Into Ink: Warrior Voices of Survival

  1. I believe surviving any type of trauma is an achievement
    As you stated, I have survived many
    And I am open and as honest as one
    Can be,any time I can share
    Or give hope I am willing
    One of my last posts
    Called Rip Torn is an experience
    And my life as I tell it
    You should check it out
    As Sheldon Always

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