Author Archive for: Senica Evans
Senica Evans as author, relationship coach, radio host, and speaker is passionate about helping women overcome the destruction in their life to reveal their true beauty and greatness. As a survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, and destructive relationships, Senicafounded SennySen to be a guiding light to women and teen girls. Senica is the author of Married to Him, an autobiography of the destruction she faced in her abusive marriage. Senica is preparing to release her second book later this year, Woman Free Yourself: A Guide to Healing from Divorce or a Heart Wrenching Breakup by Starting Over, Rediscovering You, & Crushing Bitterness, Anger, and Resentment. Visit her at sennysen.com.
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Entries by Senica Evans
My wall is adorned with several quotes, many of which are my own. “Embrace today! Release yesterday!” is my favorite. It’s a simple way to remind me to enjoy this life as it is. The heart which harbors ill feelings is a heart that is hardened. It’s a heart that can’t experience the greatness and love that surrounds it. That’s no life to live. Forgiveness seems to be one of the hardest behaviors for us to practice. We refuse to forgive those who have hurt us in fear of being weak or unintelligent. True unconditional forgiveness doesn’t mean you’re less… Read more.
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