My name is Christina Rahm. I have had a life where I was affected by abuse and the cycle that went along with the abuse that I continued to choose to stay in during part of my life. It took me a long time to choose to leave this cycle and start a life of empowerment and happiness. Due to this, I recognize how hard it is for others to make choices of empowerment. I want to support women that have left cycles of abuse, addiction, and distress. The Rahm Foundation is a 5013C that has many missions of empowerment throughout the world, One of these verticals is a vehicle to support women, minorities, and all people in their healthy choices to leave destructive patterns and behaviors. It takes self-love and support from God and others to change our lives. The Rahm Foundation believes everyone can choose to change and everyone deserves love and support.
Consequences in life happen when we make the wrong choices, but sometimes all we need is forgiveness and love for our own lives and from others. By living this mission, the Rahm Foundation chooses to mentally, physically, socially, spiritually, and financially assist people in these positive directions. It is with great pleasure that I, along with the Rahm Foundation, are proud to partner with “Love Sewn,” and Nicole, in their mission to support women so as to ensure further support of their healthy decisions to lead lives free of addiction and abuse. The Rahm Foundation and Merci Dupre Clothier will be standing along with these amazing women as we not only assist women in their beautiful inside and out, but also as well help clean up our environment and our world.
Who is #love_sewn?
My name is Nicole and I’m an alcoholic. Through my own recovery I saw a need and an opportunity that
could empower others in recovery from addiction, mental illness and abuse. To inspire a life of honesty,
willingness and a foundation for connection with a higher power, the #love_sewn initiative was born.
Through the process of learning something completely new, mirroring recovery, we see that imperfection
is perfection, and through our “failings” we discover lessons that we could only learn from stumbling.
Shifting perspective so we can not only stand back up, but do so with grace and gratitude. #love_sewn
enables individuals to have stable employment providing financial stability, while learning how to remove
shame, and find themselves again.