3 comments on “Someone You Should Know: Quasona Cobb

  1. So true, especially the point you make about risk. Getting out of an abusive relationship is just about the most dangerous (but utterly essential) thing we can do. The more awareness raised on this topic the better – as you say, too many people think that the risk stops as soon as we leave – so power to the brave Quasona and her mother.

    • Quasona would be a woman I would categorize as fearless. I remember the first time I stumbled across her story, I was so encouraged by her and her mother and everything they and the family had to overcome, I cried.

      All of what she does is so important for domestic violence awareness, but I love that she is focusing part of her energy on educating youth on what HEALTHY relationships are in addition to educating them about violence in relationships.

  2. Pingback: How To Move On (part 2) | Jessie Jeanine

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