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100K Stories Project

Thank you for sharing your story with the Moms Fight Back community! By sharing your personal experiences (both positive stories, and stories about the real challenges you and your family have faced) you are helping to create dialog and awareness around important issues and topics that directly impact our children, our families, and our communities. When we hold this area as a safe space to talk about things like teen drug use, bullying, sexual assault, and child abuse we're not only acknowledging that these are problems we need to address, but we begin to work toward solutions and healing, together. Use the Our Stories Submission Form to submit your story.

Chaos in Colorado

This piece was submitted to our 100K STORIES PROJECT by Alana K. Haase. Alana has been a nurse for 27 years and a Mom for 18, you can visit her online at ALANAKHAASE.COM  Julie Sykes is disabled and wheelchair bound. She is also a single mother. It was not… Read More


Small Town Corruption in Family Court

This piece was submitted to our 100K STORIES PROJECT by an anonymous protective mom. I divorced my ex, also the father of my three children, in 2011. He was very abusive to the children and me. He has been arrested several times for domestic assault and for violating… Read More

Mother & Child American Atrocity

  This post was submitted to our 100K Stories Project by Patricia Mitchell, founder of Patricia’s Children, a non-profit organization devoted to empowering children and parents who have become unjustly separated. A Regretful Visit Patricia had just discovered that the father of her unborn child (‘Sonny’ aka Brian, aka… Read More

On Restoring Dignity

This piece was submitted to our 100K Stories Project by an author who wishes to remain anonymous. This powerful statement is what she shared in court, addressing the sexual assault that shattered her world, and the person who sexually assaulted her.   Your Honor, Today is not a… Read More

Empowering Our Children: My Experience as a “radKIDS” Instructor

This piece was submitted to our 100K STORIES PROJECT by a concerned mom, Suzanne. My first child was born in 1996. It was his birth that directed my attention to the TV news programs and newspaper articles that exposed the epidemic of violence committed against our nations’ children. By… Read More