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NK Empowerment Project Is A Charity

Written by: Nina Kundi, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.

 

NK Empowerment Project is a charity-run business to help women leave toxic environments and abusive relationships. We support women in developing themselves to get right back on track to a happy, healthy lifestyle.

Why did I start this Project?


The idea of the project came after my own experiences of being in toxic relationships and having to rely on family members to help me out, having to ask for this charity and help left me feeling degraded as if somehow, I had done something wrong by getting into a relationship like this in the 1st place. I have spent 3 years working on my own self-worth and emotional attachments. Learning how to remove the unhealthy attachments and to change and manage my emotions, doing this helped me to not only see that abuse is not love, but it has also helped me to create a better lifestyle for myself and my son.


I have spoken with various women in Cheshire who have told me that they have been in a refuge before and they didn't feel safe or protected, although refuges are doing an amazing job and hats off to them for the support they give to the women, some of them do not offer a suitable level of privacy ‒ there is always need for more support in this area.


(for example, This lady suffered with Low self-esteem and self-worth ‒ I spoke with her and she told me more of her story, she lived with a narcissistic husband whom she has been with for over 26 years, she had a 4 bedroom house and spent years staying there as she didn't want to take her children to somewhere that was not giving her the privacy or security she needed, and the waiting list for a house was long, She was dependant on her husband financially, She hadn’t worked for years as she was told to be a stay at home mum, she didn't have a close family that could help so she allowed the behaviour to continue for the sake of her children) This is what we are aiming to stop.

With the help of our sponsorships and donations, we are offering subsidised accommodation for 3 months for those escaping domestic violence. The camp will be open to all women regardless of age or children, during these 3 months, our women will receive the coaching and mentoring they need to learn how to cope with their past and how to build a better, stronger relationship with those around them. First and foremost, themselves. Learning how to remove the co-dependency and stand on their own two feet, not only will we be actively helping and supporting our women regain strength and happiness, NEP will also be supporting local businesses by providing renting space in our facility areas, therefore creating job opportunities for our women and local members of the public.


When the site is built and running, we plan to have multiple chalets (one, two and three bed) to house our women, multiple studios for daily activities, an all-female staff excluding security at the gates (for comfort and safety), nursery for those with children (home-schooling can be provided for women travelling), on-site facilities such as shop, hairdressers, canteen and many more, a separate paid retreat facility and paid workshops delivered by Nina Kundi Coaching, which will also bring in extra revenue for the project per year.


We feel that women don’t get enough support after leaving abusive and toxic environments, whether that be in relationships, workplaces or within the home. This is not because of the support out there; we feel there just isn’t enough for the number of women who need the help. These women deserve to be supported that we know to be true, that’s why this project is so important to us and many others. It holds a very personal and close place in our hearts, and we hope that you can see the importance of this amazing cause!


I will also look forward to sharing more updates as the project comes into fruition.

Get involved here at nep-project.com/donate – one-off donations and monthly donations are available.


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Nina Kundi, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

Nina Kundi is a Relationship Coach, After experiencing 20 years of trauma and abuse from previous relationships she decided to go on a journey herself to shift the emotional attachments, move away from her past and build a stronger relationship with herself, In doing so she became an International Author writing her own biography on Relationship Patterns and Self Worth, "Why don't you love me" Nina has spent 19 years working with women in the Sexual Empowerment industry, building confidence and coaching women around better relationships and physical intimacy levels. In her latest book "Squirting all over the world" she talks about all the unspoken topics around sexual novelty. She has delivered educational videos on TED-ED and also for a Company providing Self-worth education to schools. Nina now dedicates her life to helping others to build stronger relationships with themselves and others individually or as couples, She has developed a seven-step formula that so far has helped many people to manage their emotions and how they respond to circumstances.

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