Even if you can't come to Safe Places in person, we still want to provide you with the resources you need to deal with different types of violence and abuse. On this page, you will find links to virtually every resource we have. We hope you will find these resources useful.
Angela Shelton began interviewing other women with her name with the goal of making a movie that inspired women to unite. What happened is heartbreaking, joyous, sad, miraculous and it’s a one-of-a-kind read.
Angela Shelton's Be Your Own Hero Workbook (117 pages) $9.99
You can use the workbook in a group, on your own or with your therapist. This Be Your Own Hero Warrior Workbook is a powerful tool to used by survivors of abuse, therapists, support groups, teachers and community education programs. It was inspired by Angela's Shelton's speaking events. It is for survivors of abuse, advocates, loved ones and supporters ready to move past pain and suffering and reclaim joy and happiness. You can use the workbook in a group, on your own or with your therapist.
This workbook is 117 pages long and is a DOWNLOAD. Print it and use it in a binder so that you can write on the pages. Insert blank sheets where you need more space. Go at your own pace!
"Angela Shelton may be the first woman in history to turn a horrific childhood into a movement so full of hope and inspiration, even people who haven't suffered any form of abuse want to get involved. In her book, Angela describes suffering through the type of violence that usually leads to a lifetime of dysfunction. Angela defied the odds and turned her pain into power. If you want to understand how the human spirit can thrive in the face of unimaginable childhood trauma - read this book!"
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