September 20, 2012
There are many resources out there but very few if you do not know they exist. I know Tewa Women United is there. I feel I have come along way in my own life's journey. through the trainings I have experienced at Tewa Women United, one that has helped me see the bigger picture of what I want for my people is the healing we must go through to be able to move forward. For me the healing was for me and just wanting to be a better parent than I was being, was what I wanted. The trama rock presentation was an eye opening experience for me to know that I did not want to continue to add weight to my children but to start removing it and not continue to add my trama to their shoulders. I want my children to have a positive environment to grow up. I would like them to have the confidence to make better choices in life than I did. I truly know they are grasping that through their participation in TWU. With my teenager coming to ask me, her auntie and her grandmother questions I would never had thought to ask as a teenager.
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