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The Life of The Professional-Victim
By Nikki Jourdan   
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Last edited: Monday, April 19, 2010
Posted: Monday, April 19, 2010

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Understand what molds and shapes a women into becoming a pro at attracting more abuse and more predators. Help is available.

The Life of The Professional-Victim
© 2010 Nikki Jourdan


Let us define the word professional and see how it fits the pattern of a victim in life. Please know, we are not here to place blame or shame; rather to help educate and empower. If today’s message is not for you, perhaps it will give a better understanding of others caught in the web of fear. Be thankful if you are free and living your God-given purpose in life.

[Adjective] Used to describe a competent person, someone who is very good at their job and does it seriously.

- a person engaged in one of the learned professions

- person who is a member of a recognised profession,

A person trained to do a special job in exchange for payment

- one who belongs to one of the learned professions or is in an occupation requiring a high level of training and proficiency.

Of or pertaining to a profession, or calling; conforming to the rules or standards of a profession; following a profession; as, professional

- engaged in by members of a profession; `professional occupations

- engaged in by members of a profession; `professional occupations

- following a profession; as, professional knowledge; professional conduct. • (a.) Engaged in by professionals; as, a professional race; -- opposed to amateur.

- a person engaged in one of the learned professions

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Wow! Thank you for listening thus far; let us continue. When a person becomes a professional-victim in life, they work at it with passion and determination as would any other professional. It becomes a lifestyle of thoughts, words, actions, habits, character, and ultimately destiny. Unless there is a interruption or breakthrough; the cycle remains.

Years and layers of build up anger, chaos, drama, lies, deception, cruelty, torture, torment, and mind control games are used to win the victim’s confidence: break their will; destroy their spirit; make them feel ashamed or unwanted or unloved, which is a lie to keep them isolated away from other people. Do you see the pattern?

In this case, we are dealing with a mastermind manipulator whose sole purpose is to prey on innocent venerable lives. By planned cunning devices of luring, baiting or subtle seduction; then begins to create and shape the mind of a professional-victim: trained; grilled daily; with fierce discipline tactics. Oftentimes, daily beatings, rape, withholding food or verbal abuse are done to reinforce the stronghold and control of the person.

Therefore, when you see a person who has the symptoms of a professional-victim; offer help if it is possible and safe to do so. Get help for them or at least inquire. Go to those in authority and voice your concerns, however, refrain from false accusations or slander that cannot be proven. If possible take notes of someone you suspect is being abused at school, work, church, online, home or anywhere. Yes, I am asking you to risk some of your valuable time, energy and love to care about others without judging them.

Think. If this were you or a loved one; would you want someone to reach out and help without condemnation or judgment? Life is full of both light and darkness. Display a bright light; become a beam, lighthouse; a trailblazer for others to follow…out of darkness.

For today, and the rest of your life,

“Choose Love. It looks good on you.” ™

Nikki Jourdan


Web Site: Overcome By Love

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