Author Archives | Jessie Jeanine

About Jessie Jeanine

Jessie Jeanine is an author, photographer and speaker. She has been an entrepreneur and advocate for victims of abuse for over 15 years. Jessie’s published works include poetry and small articles for nationwide distribution. She has worked with teens and staff in crisis, in evangelism, with hospice and is an ambassador for any good cause. Jessie Jeanine is a Christian woman after God’s own heart who resides in Colorado. THE JOURNEY: I am currently writing a book to expose the hidden chapters of my life after a decade of silence. Then through Christian poetry and articles, I reveal the bittersweet struggles of being a survivor and remaining a believer. It is a hope to turn tragedies into triumphs, and a testament of how good can conquer evil every time. Please join me on this journey known as, "His Testimony."

To Wound Thyself

April 7, 2014

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To Wound Thyself

How many wounds are self inflicted How many days spent in self hatred? How much time wasted in hibernation Or wallowing in a dark depression? Despair Deprivation Devastation Desperation… Are you dying inside instead of living Do you feel lost in this world or un-forgiven? Do resentment and bitterness habituate your life Or perhaps you have […]

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You Are, All That I Need, All My Heart And Soul, Blessings

April 5, 2014

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Originally posted on Where Words Daily Come Alive:
YOU ARE My love you are a God of Great mercy, a Lord of Great love, a King of great charity You were before all Thoughts were conceived Of the dream Gods of men You were, when the universe knew No sin and all did praise And…

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King Solomon on Benevolence of Friends

April 4, 2014

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Originally posted on Rudy u Martinka:
I read this morning a young woman’s blog about abuse victims.  Her Gravatar picture shows a smiling very attractive young woman along with this statement. “I am a Christian, a survivor of abuse and a voice for the victims.” Her personal story of the pain and suffering she endured…

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How To Move On (recognition and the value of emotions)

March 31, 2014

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feelings switch

A guide to help victims become survivors. In a previous post we spoke of the five stages of grief. If you are a victim trying to understand how to move on with your life after surviving whatever loss or tragedy you’ve had to deal with, then this is for you! This is where it all begins. […]

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Love is a Choice

March 29, 2014

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unconditional love

Love is not always easy ~ not unconditional love. Sure, it’s nice to feel like you’re in love, but love is very much a choice. It doesn’t matter if we’re speaking about the love a parent has for their child or a romantic love, because it’s all the same concept. It’s easy to show love […]

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Stretched To The Limit

March 27, 2014

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stretched to the limit, pulled

How often have you been stretched to the limit, felt like you’ve reached a breaking point, or been brought to your knees? Sound familiar anyone…  My favorite part has to be just when you think you can’t handle anymore and God says, “Ah-hum… excuse me, but yes you can!” http://jessiejeanine.com/2011/11/23/the-gardener/ I am a firm believer that […]

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Trading Up!

March 10, 2014

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Leaving Town!

Every time I thought I was being rejected from something good, I was only being redirected to something better. There really is no such thing as failure… Rather, we are taking steps forward and gathering experience that will help us achieve our goals and dreams in the future. If you do not fear rejection, then […]

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Baggage Claim!

February 2, 2014

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Baggage Claim!

We have all been hurt in the past, but do you carry the hurts and disappointments with you like old baggage? Does it interfere with your current relationships? Are you fearful, angry or distrusting of the opposite sex? Check Your Baggage It seems we all have some sort of baggage we bring into our relationships, […]

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How To Move On (denial and the 5 stages of grief)

February 2, 2014

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A guide to help victims become survivors. Can anyone else relate to this? “I don’t want to be a victim OR a survivor! I want to live an alternate reality. I don’t want this to be my reality and I spend a lot of energy trying to avoid it. I do pretty good until something […]

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How To Move On (let the fight fuel you – part 2)

January 31, 2014

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Heart on Fire - from victim to survivor

A guide to help victims become survivors. QUESTION: As a survivor, how do you let the fight fuel you? Another words, how do you let the fight for survival – the grief, guilt, anger, and even the hate – fuel you instead of drain you, after you’ve been victimized or suffered great trauma? Have you […]

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