….TGI Fridays Southlake opens its doors for a private session of healing

What a way to begin the month of March, as women of the ATL drove for miles to get together to give their personal and intense testimonies against domestic violence with TV One’s R&B Diva star, Keke Wyatt, on Friday March 1st at sponsored TGI Fridays, Jackmont Hospitality of Southlake.  This is the 2nd Yell Confidence event presented by Saving Our Daughters at TGI Fridays that brought women of all races as they team up with artists, to discuss serious issues they have faced within their relationships.

Each young lady attending had an opportunity to give their own personal experience on overcoming their dramatic and dangerous situations with their significant other at the time.

KEKE GREY FRAME 300x177 WOMEN OF ATLANTA YELL CONFIDENCE TOGETHERThe event was kicked off by Russell Simmons Def Jam Spoken Word Poet, Georgia Me and followed by school counselor, Jamilyne Lorme of Elite Scholar Academy, with a special personal poem for the ladies. One of the lady’s situation had the women share tears and inspirational words of wisdom for her.  As one of the women also stated; “It was nice to also have Ms. Keke share with us her true feelings of overcoming her negative situation with her ex and now moving forward with her new, great husband and manager, Michael”.

“It felt good being with other ladies that have similar stories as mine and we Made it out. Thank You” stated Keke Wyatt.

Women attending the Yell Confidence Luncheon involved, Saving Our Daughters community partners Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence, bestselling author, Lavon Grant and special reality show guest, Pastor Sabrina McKenzie of Big Rich Atlanta on the Style Network, whom participated in this tremendous event of powerful women.

Also special gifts were provided for all of the women.  We would like to thank Kelly Gilchrist and Katrina Guerrier, Managers of Godiva Chocolates in Kennesaw Georgia; Mary Kay beauty consultant, Tamika Riley; and special designed candles and jewelry from Rosalind Bell of Candle Couture and Dionka Sims of Art of Healing Designs.