Is it possible to prevent domestic violence? We’ve all heard of it, some of us have seen it, someone we know and love may be going through it, and some of us have lived it. What if there were signs like a traffic light to show how relationships go from green to yellow to red? What would you do to avoid the red?
Cherie is a freedom strategist who helps her clients get unstuck, build confidence, and elevate their relationship intuition. In her 14 years, as a criminal investigator, every domestic violence case she handled ended in homicide. She observed a pattern of evolution in those cases and it’s her mission to educate on that evolution to save lives.
She wrote Dare to Leave So You Can Live to share the phases of relationship escalation and the freedom strategies to get out before they turn violent.
Her company, Walking Without Weights, inspires and empowers all to pursue healthy relationships because no one should be abused, beaten or lose their life because they fell in love.
Cherie Smith-Mosbey is a Retired Criminal Defense Investigator, Freedom Strategist & Domestic Violence Prevention Advocate.
She is also a Coach, Author and Speaker.