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Gratitude and New Beginnings

As we look forward to Thanksgiving, I am writing you on behalf of Fix the Hurt to extend our sincere thanks and gratitude to all of our wonderful relationships, donors, supporters, volunteers, board members and community that have helped to support us over the years. Without you, we would not be able to provide training, encouragement and a listening […]


Over the past 10 years I have felt gratitude for the opportunity to use my acting skills to make the masses aware of the devastating impact of domestic violence and help prevent its spread. In that time we have toured most of the military bases in the US and one in Japan, many schools, Police […]

How do you spell pandemic?

For years, we at Fix The hurt have spelled it Domestic Violence. A more recent common way is COVID19. The more recent spelling is causing a lot of confusion in protecting the victims of Domestic violence. Experience with domestic violence tells the veterans that compliance with the social distancing rules of COVID19 will naturally increase the incidents […]

A Month for Love

We are officially in the month of February. Yes, the month lovers enjoy so much.  When chocolates, flowers, and other special gifts rekindle a couple’s love. Special feelings are aroused and the world looks brighter than it did in January. Unfortunately, that is not the case with all couples.  According to reports from the Natural […]

A Memorial? Never! A Dedication? Forever!

As we go into the year of 2020, our thoughts run to the past, future and today. Requests for Fix The Hurt shows for training have started rolling in, and we are gratified by the response to our training efforts. As we enjoy increased success, it is natural to assess where we are, and ask […]


Gratitude – a word you see on social media, on framed pictures hanging in the kitchen, a word tossed around in expressions of thankfulness.  During this season in particular we prepare for a special meal with loved ones and remember times past when we were a different family unit – when our children were younger […]