Empowered by Abusers

Discover How to Be Empowered by Your Abusers/Perpetrators

In your life do you have an abuser? Is there someone in your life that scares you so bad you want to cry?

Do you feel powerless around them? Are they influencing all of your decisions?

This feeling of hopelessness is how one of my recent mentee’s was feeling, accompanied by overwhelm, and worthless. She felt this way because the abuser had told her this for years. When she came to me, I instantly could see she needed confidence in herself. After talking for about 20 min., I had a feeling to teach her how to use the Power Poster to empower her, and I want to share it with you, too.

First, you need to create your power poster; I talk about it in my, ‘Building Your Self-esteem.’

The Power Poster is a critical component in developing your self-confidence and improving your self-talk.

Second, take a photo of your Power Poster.

You need to be able to look at your Power Poster in an instance, so your poster needs to go where you go.

Third, read your Power Poster

At least every morning and every night look at your poster for at least 1 minute. Looking at your Power Poster for one minute is the bare minimum; however, if you want to use your abuser as empowerment, you will look at it much more frequent.

How Your Abuser Empowers You.

Throughout the day, you will think of your abuser and as soon as you think of that person, look at your poster. If you hear their name, look at your poster. When you start to feel depressed, powerless or scared, look at your poster. You will look at your poster a lot throughout the day. Right now the abuser is a trigger, but they’re a trigger of fear, powerlessness, etc…. You are going to retrain your brain to use the trigger (abuser) for empowerment. In conversation with someone, if they mention their name, it’s a trigger to look at your Power Poster. You think of them; you look at your poster. Traveling down the road, you see him; you immediately start running your power poster through your head.

Now your abuser is giving you power, instead of taking it away.

Your situation is unique; please schedule an appointment with me today so I can start empowering you.


Tony Rhoton, Mentor, Coach, Speaker – 801.787.5765

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