For Janet, in Bridge of Hope, fixing a broken record meant recognizing that she is loved and lovable, and not falling back into “toxic relationships.” She began to recognize that if you hear something long enough, you begin to believe it. And Janet was ready to believe a better story for herself and her children.
Nayr’s life had hit a dead end. Despite a full-time job, she was stuck, living out of their car with no prospects of improvement save one: Bridge of Hope. Participation would require her to let down her guard and trust others, she knew. Would Nayr, who prided herself for her independence, be able to open up and accept help?Read Full Story