a survivor of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence, Connie’s mother past away when she was six years old. Forcing Connie to be put in a small unlicensed group home for many years. Where Connie received horrific abuse of beatings with extension cords, locked in basement, rape ,molestation and unbelievable wounds and scares that was hard to heal . There was no structure she was left without guidance, protection, support, love and food Connie was left to defended for herself, making some wrong choices and decision in her late teenage years she found herself in a long extended stay of Domestic Violence that almost took her life. She gain strength from being determine of having hope that one day it would end, She left that environment and life changes became strong for her. She fights in every way to bring awareness to others who has gone though such crimes, she said it is a crime for anyone to put their hands on another using physical abuse ,verbal abuse, and mental abuse When she look back on the anxiety, the depression and the rage of madness that her abuser inflict on her she began to research and found that it was a part of a physiological disorder that took a rage out against her.
Using her symptoms and signs of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence helps her to know she is able to reach out. Connie Johnson states she will always bring awareness and she will never stop trying.
Connie is using her signs on Domestic Violence Awareness
She is saying NO! STOP! DON”T DO THAT! for child abuse and Neglected children
The NO! is for Stop don’t hurt me, No means NO!
STOP. Which means STOP!
DON”T DO THAT! Means think first before you move forward.
Connie always say THINK FIRST before putting a child in harm's way such as some unlicensed group homes like Connie’s
She is determine to share resource's that are available and her story in helping to give awareness to others. For this reason Missing Pieces Publishing is Recognizing Connie Johnson for her encouragement, determination and constant fight to bring awareness on Child Abuse, Child Neglect and Domestic Violence.