Aboriginal woman desperate to turn things around after life of crime


3 thoughts on “Aboriginal woman desperate to turn things around after life of crime

  1. Thanks for sharing your story. I’m losing grip currently in my life and just got news that my 12 year old is suffering from depression and my 3 year old just got diagnosed with autism. I keep messing things up with booze and loosing stability with my mental illness everyday I fight these demons and at 30 years old, I’m shocked with everyday that I survive this fight. I’m always accepted by my people anywhere I go and never place under judgment, they see a light in me that I want to see too. I’m trying my best. I’m alive. I’m still thankful.

  2. You are on the right track keep in touch with much of the elders who we’ll guide you awesome drumming. It s sad with how the system works with out helping most of the ladies out there looking for to your email back ;)- keep singing an praying.

  3. This is where a program like CoSA could make a big difference. (Circles of Support & Accountability) There is a Calgary office – you should look them up.

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