Cut-Throat Club: a place for the survivor in us all

I’m honoured to become the seventh member of the Cut-Throat Club, a place for the survivor in us all.

Cut-Throat ClubThe Cut-Throat Club Online is a growing support network for survivors of trauma in all forms. This is not a biased network: its ‘door’ is open to anyone who is striving to survive.

The blog aims to form a human-based web of cyber-net to help ease a fall for others in need of its cushioning effect. It’s also a place for activists to come together to share ideas, raise awareness, and tackle domestic abuse in all of its forms.

Interested? Then head to the Cut-Throat Clubhouse to find out more and discover a collection of incredible survivor blogs – as well as inspirational snippets, posts, and poetry.

A huge thank you to the incredible Americana Injustica for welcoming me into this compassionate club – and to Teela Hart for putting forward my name as a writer. Together, we’re taking on the fight against abuse. Will you join us?

© Avalanche of the Soul, 2013-14
https://avalancheofthesoul.wordpress.com

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12 responses to “Cut-Throat Club: a place for the survivor in us all

  1. Reblogged this on The Cut-Throat Club Online and commented:

    Fellow survivors, I’m delighted to be joining voices with you all (and I’ve finally gotten time to post about the Cut-Throat Club on my blog!). This is a great initiative, as a support resource – and also, I reckon there is loads we can do together to push forward the fight-back against domestic abuse in all of its forms.

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  2. Pingback: Welcome To The Cut Throat Club | The Cut-Throat Club Online·

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