Music and Song: How Domestic Violence Victims and Survivors Can Use It For Healing?

What forms of healing was useful to you as a victims and survivor of domestic violence?  Did you find healing via reading empowering books as a victim and survivor of domestic violence? Did you find healing thorough professional counseling? Did you find healing via music and songs as a victim and survivor of domestic violence? or Did you find healing as victim and survivor of domestic violence via a combination of all these ways as well as other ways?

Music and song can be a great tool for the healing process as a victim and survivor of domestic violence.  What is music? What is song? How can music and song aid in the healing process of domestic violence victims and survivors?  What are the top 3 song lyrics every domestic violence victim and survivor should hear? Well in this blog post my topic will be “Music and Song: How Domestic Violence Victims and Survivors Can Use It For Healing?”.  Let’s get started.

WHAT IS MUSIC?

Music is defined in Merriam-Webster New Collegiate Dictionary as the science or art of ordering tones or sounds in succession, in combination, in temporal relationships to produce a composition having unity and continuity.

WHAT IS SONG?

Song is defined in Merriam-Webster New Collegiate Dictionary as the act or art of singing.

HOW CAN MUSIC AND SONG AID IN THE HEALING PROCESS OF  DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS AND SURVIVORS?

Music and song can aid in the healing process of domestic violence victims and survivors in the following areas:

  1. Body is defined in Merriam-Webster New Collegiate Dictionary as a human bein; the material part or nature of man.
  2. Mind is defined in Merriam-Webster New Collegiate Dictionary as the element or complex of elements in an individual that feels, perceives, thinks, wills and especially reasons.
  3. Soul is defined in Merriam-Webster New Collegiate Dictionary as the immaterial essence, animating principle, or actuating cause of an individual life; the spiritual principle embodies in human beings, all rational and spiritual beings or the universe.

WHAT ARE THE TOP 3 SONG LYRICS EVERY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIM AND SURVIVOR SHOULD HEAR?

Here are the top 3 songs lyrics every domestic violence victim and survivor should hear for healing. They are as follows:

  1. How Can You Hurt The One You Love; By: Cheryl “Pepsi” Riley

 

2. Beautiful U R;  By: Deborah Cox

 

3. A Rose Is Still A Rose; By: Aretha Franklin

Read the excerpts of the lyrics to song entitled “A Rose Is Still A Rose” sung by the late Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin and written by singer songwriter Lauren Hill and see how these songs lyrics will encourage you as a victim and survivor of domestic violence as well as the other songs listed above.

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