Dallas Woman Turns Tragedy Into Triumph by Helping Domestic Violence Survivors

A North Texas woman took her life from tragedy to triumph and is now trying to help other survivors just like her do the same.

Angelina Scott Dunbar is not only a breast cancer survivor but also a domestic violence survivor. She was beaten so badly that she was temporarily blind and didn’t know if she could find the will to live.

“I asked God why did he keep me here,” Dunbar said. “What I realized in surviving is that everything in our life is a choice and just like things happen to us that are not our choice, it is our choice to change the trajectory and make sure that we know we have it in us to come out on top.”

Dunbar, who is a real estate developer who lives in Dallas, decided the way to do that was to start a nonprofit called My Story Our Journey.

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SOURCE: NBC DFW, Laura Harris

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