About Us

Our Story

Founded in 2021

The Living Free From Fear Movement started with one survivor reaching out to another survivor who reached out to another and the snowball effect happened almost immediately. 


We believe that every woman has the right to feel safe in their own home and have a choice in their outcomes.

Woman Drinking Coffee

Sara Smith

"Wake up, sip your coffee and throw some confetti."

Psychology Patient

"Today I am the counsellor, social worker and mentor I needed as a Teen"

Azelene Williams

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"Being part of an abusive relationship is incredibly isolating, and breeds so much shame and fear.  The contrast to being on the 'other side', with an empowered perspective is actually a gift!  We don't need to carry our trauma around and live as victims.  We have the capability of growing through our pain and creating purpose from our past!"

Marissa Davitt

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"I am part of the movement because 'silence' is no longer an option.  Your voice, my voice deserves to be amplified.  I am the coach I needed"

Tekeisha Wade

“Fear keeps you stuck and stuck is like death.  Come ALIVE and start sharing your story so that you can start healing while helping others just like you.”

Karen Messina

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Azelene Williams

"I have escaped death numerous times, over the years I gained so much strength, understanding and knowledge.  For me, it is time to share it with the world!"

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"Now is the time to use your voice to paint the vision for others."

Tekeisha Wade

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Theresa Schmidtman

From my earliest childhood memories into my first marriage my voice was stolen from me.  God gave it back!

“Perhaps this is the moment for which you have been created.”  Esther 4:14

"Speak ladies of The Movement!  Let your once silenced voices ring an anthem of  VICTORY"

Alexis Taylor

Microphone
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“Stop carrying your past around like a heavy purse.  Start carrying a wristlet."

Karen Messina

"I have learned that to pass the season of trauma or hurt, you have to be “Daring”. Dare to love again when your heart was broken, dare to speak up when you were silenced, dare to smile when you cried many times, above all, dare to dream and believe when you were made to feel worthless. This movement gives an opportunity to be part of a daring army, and I had to be part of it…"

Wadzy Wawa Mutema

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