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Welcome to MARVA SEATON BLOG.  It is my goal will to make this blog as entertaining, informative and interesting as possible.  Feel free share your thoughts and comment on any topic that you find of interest. My time on WordPress so far has been very interesting.  I feel like I know some of you even thought we have never met.  I do appreciate everyone who has visited my blog and take time out to read my posts make a comment or click the like box. I want you to know that I do enjoy reading your posts as well.  I look forward to interacting and sharing even more with you my fellow bloggers.  God bless you all!

I will be focusing on drawing awareness to violence against women worldwide.  The rape and subsequent of a 23-year-old young woman in India in December, 2012 was a real eye opener.  It drew the attention of the world. This incident however is just the tip of the iceberg.  The callous and inhumane treatment of women around the world need to STOP.   The stories of rape and other atrocities must be told. Societies must change the way women are treated. If you have a story please feel free to share it.  Let us unite and say NO to violence against women.






  1. petrel41 says:

    Happy 2013, Marva!

    Good news: I have nominated your blog for the Versatile Blogger Award.

    See for the rules of the award:




  2. boomiebol says:

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and for the follow


  3. fransiweinstein says:

    I very much enjoy your blog. The other day a fellow blogger nominated me for The Reality Blog Award. In turn, I am nominating you. I am writing about it on my blog, http://weinstein365.wordpress.com tomorrow (Saturday). While there are no set ‘rules’, there are a few questions. I am not sure that you are obliged to answer them, but they’re kind of fun. Up to you.


  4. ajaytao2010 says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections,
    I feel you may find something of your interest.


  5. dilipnaidu says:

    Nice blog feels good being here! Cheers 🙂


  6. I nominated you for an award…..:)
    And it feels a pleasure to see me in your Community sidebar!


  7. Thank you for your visit and following ShekinahToday. Let us stand together to voice the vice.




  8. housesitters says:

    Thank you for visiting and ‘liking’ my blog
    Much appreciated


  9. IKB says:

    Thank you so much for visiting our blog and liking our home page. You are absolutely correct when you say that violence against women must stop. That is something that we are committed to as well. We need a change of heart, that is the only way any and all violence will end. Thank you so much for standing up and speaking out, we support your efforts. We wish you much success in your endeavors. – IKB


  10. granonine says:

    Marva, thanks for dropping in on my blog. I’ve scanned through yours, and I’m going to follow. I work as a therapist in a Christian counseling office, and the issues you raise really resonate for me.


  11. Thank you for your encouraging “like” and lovely comment about my poem “The Faith of a Child” on my blog. God bless you and your ministry.


  12. Morrighan says:

    hello, thank you for the visit,and the ‘like’ i appreciate it very much.


  13. Ganesh Raam says:

    Thanks for dropping by… You have a great blog in here! Keep visiting 🙂


  14. teresapoetry says:

    So glad you enjoyed my poem, and thank you for ‘liking’ it. It’s a blessing when others are touched by my poetry. I’ve read your blog, and want to continue following it. I look forward to your future posts : )


  15. snati001 says:

    Hi Marva!
    I love reading your blog and have nominated you for the Super Sweet Blogging Award! For rules/info, visit: http://foodflavorfascination.wordpress.com/2013/02/14/super-sweet-blogging/
    It is not mandatory, so you can participate if you would like. Congrats! 😀


  16. artisticlady says:

    Looking forward to reading your articles. I totally agree the war on women needs to be address! The question that needs to be asked ‘is why are men killing and raping women of any age in the daylight hours?! Personally I believe it is a spiritual issue that has not been looked at before! We know about how education and economics can empower women in our small global world yet women and young girls are still being killed and rape at a faster rate then every before why is that?!


    • marvaseaton says:

      The problem is that in the countries where it is happening the most women are often denied an education. They are treated like second class citizens and do not have the freedom of making their own decisions. Often the laws to protect women are not properly enforced.


  17. Hej from Sweden!
    I think your blog is great and very important. I will be back.
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and liking a recent post.
    Welcome back anytime.


  18. Jackie says:

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog and liking my photo! I appreciate it very much. You have a very interesting and informative blog – I look forward to following your posts. 😀


  19. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving the like. Best wishes on your blog. Keep on saying the things that need to be said.


  20. andy1076 says:

    Hi! thank you for stopping by my blog today 🙂


  21. willowdot21 says:

    Hello Marva, I am so pleased you stopped by and liked one of my posts.If you had not I would not of found your blog. You are writing the truth about the terrible things that are happening now as we speak to women and children around the world.

    I have written a few posts on these subjects but my knowledge is limited so I am interested to see what you have to tell us. I have included a few of my posts on child brides, female circumcision ( butchery) child slavery, child soldiers, and women coping with famine I hope they may be of interest, I hope I have got my facts right . I have done these posts in verse because poetry is a medium I love but I can write in prose too.








    I have also written about physical and mental abuse in marriage,depression and suicide and all sorts of mental anguish. I have written happy and silly things too!
    Be blessed and be happy and be brave you are doing important work. willow. xx


  22. willowdot21 says:

    Dear Marva I have nominated you for an award. All details on your award ( the second one) at http://willowdot21.wordpress.com/2013/04/01/double-wammee/ hugs willow. xxxxx


  23. Karishma says:

    Marva, you have such a passionate blog here. I admire it very much.


  24. Hi Marva,

    Congratulations! I have nominated you for the Wonderful Team Member Readership Award! Should you accept, you’ll need to display the image and link back to the person who nominated you. You also need to nominate 14 other bloggers. See details here. http://enoughtribulations.com/2013/07/03/the-wonderful-team-member-readership-award/


  25. Femi says:

    Hello, my name is femi aribisala and i am the editor of radical chic magazine. Ill go straight to the point. During one of my usual scouting expeditions i stumbled across your work and i think it is fantastic and it would be great if it could be featured on our website: http://www.radicalchicmagazine.com.

    I was unable to find a contact address for you, but you can reach me on femi@radicalchicmagazine.com to discuss further on if you would like to be featured regularly and draw some more attention to your writings.

    If you have the time do take a look at our site as well so you can get a better idea of the platform we have to offer.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.



  26. Joyce says:

    Thank you for recently visiting my blog and the ‘like’. I admire your concern and cause for women who suffer abuse. It is one that needs the exposure and support of ones like you that will help to make a difference. God bless you..


  27. wingedprisms says:

    Great post! 🙂 And thank you so much for stopping by my blog. God bless you on your writing adventures.
    cate b


  28. jay says:

    Congrats on our new book.


  29. Michael33 says:

    Good morning Marva – I dropped by to thank you for visiting my site, but got caught up in reading your posts. It is so wonderful to come across those who strive to bring attention to the world of the continued abuse of women as well as the shameful incident in Ferguson. I admire you greatly for your endeavors. When you have a moment, you might enjoy reading my post of “Yet… you stay”… here is a direct link to save you having to scroll down the list.
    I have several other posts in relation to this same topic, but that one seems to have connected with the readers to a greater degree. Thank you for introducing me to your site. I will be following and anxious to read your most enlightening posts…
    Have a beautiful Sunday…


  30. Hi Marva, thank you for stopping by and following my blog. I love your inspirational posts and your mission to bring awareness to the issue of violence against women. ~Steph


  31. So nice to meet you. I’m with you all the way on stopping violence against women. And stopping violence and hatred. Paulette


  32. laurabennet says:

    Thanks for checking out my blog and following! I appreciate your heart for helping sexually abused individuals. May God bless you.


  33. Marva I think what you’re doing here is commendable and to do so with such a voice is even beautiful! I loved reading your poetry and I hope you continue to write and to bring awareness to the world. I stopped by initially to say thank you for following us and I’m very glad for it too! Keep up the good work and if you find time to visit again please know that you’re always welcome.

    Rebecca and Ma Chris


  34. jamoroki says:

    Hi Marva. I’m so pleased to see you are following Jamoroki. I’d love to know what attracted you. Keep well. James.


  35. neha(guddu) says:

    thanks for the like..
    you have a nice blog….
    nice to meet you

    Liked by 1 person

  36. Hi Marva,

    Thanks a lot for dropping by and following my blog. And I see you too have a lot of inspirations to share. Felling great to have connected with you. Looking forward to hear more wonderful stories and poetry from you. Have a great day.Keep in touch. Regards


  37. Agent X says:

    Thanks for caring. Rape and violence against women is a pressing concern. I care about it too, though it is not the cause I champion. Nevertheless, it has come up on my radar a few times. I took a course in Rape investigations last year. Wrote a couple of papers etc…

    yes. I care too.

    I only touched on it once on my blog. Actually related it to my ministry in homeless ness. I recognize that both causes struggle against apathy and/or scorn.

    My relevant post : https://fatbeggars.wordpress.com/2015/11/25/the-struggle-of-rape-survivors-educates-me/

    I will be back…

    Agent X
    Fat Beggars School of Prophets
    Lubbock, Texas (USA)


  38. Wonderful again to meet you Marva, as I browse around your blog.. And what a worth while topic to devote your blog too.. Sue 🙂


  39. I love what you are doing and would like an opportunity to chat with you. Can you contact me at gidget.pugh@sociallyfocusedllc.com ? If you have facebook inbox me at https://www.facebook.com/sociallyfocused/


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