How to Love A Battered Woman


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Nia Renee created HTLABW in hopes of creating a community where no one will ever feel alone again. HTLABW was established in 2018 and started as a blog and journal to teach her narcissistic boyfriend how to love someone who had experienced severe trauma in their past. While attempting to teach him she realized that she was beginning to learn how to love herself instead. This created a platform of stories and experiences throughout her now 28 years.

Nia Renee has an extensive past of abuse in every form of the word. Beginning at the age of 4 she was subjected to sexual abuse by her siblings until about the age of 13. She was raped in high school and college. She realized that her abusive relationships in her early 20’s were due to her abusive up bringing by her narcissistic birth mother. Her birth mothers strained relationship with her father set the standard of abuse until she began breaking the cycle.

Nia Renee’s battle with mental health are no secret. She suffers from PTSD, Night Terrors, ADHD, Anxiety and Depression.

Mental health therapy, specifically Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) changed her perspective and began to set boundaries around her. Additionally, creating a safe space to discuss mental health and the taboos associated.

Her social media accounts, specifically TikTok, capture the deeper stories of her life. And on her day to day journey navigating her chronic and invisible illnesses; Chiari Malformation, Lupus, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (Hyper Mobility), and Arthritis.


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Pueblo, Colorado

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