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Domestic Violence

Men are victims too.

Keyuna WebsterBorn in Flora, MS as the oldest of seven children to a teenage mother Belinda Webster of Flora, MS and the second oldest to her father James E. Roberts of Bentonia, MS.  Keyuna Faye Webster had already faced a troubled childhood life when her mother left her at eight years old.  She had spent the first few years of her life living with her mother in Pride Garden Apartments.  Her rough life there produced more than a few scars, both mental and physical.  Both now motherless and fatherless, her grandmother whom she adored took her and one other sibling in raising them in the suburbs of Magnolia Heights.  Webster received Christ in September 1990 at age 11, joining Woodman Hill Missionary Baptist Church in Flora, MS.   She received good grades and many accolades throughout elementary and middle school, but was often told that she would never amount to anything in life due to her misunderstood and unapologetic character.  Webster struggled with peer relationships often causing her to shy away from society feeling unaccepted.  She attempted suicide in April 1995 despite nearly succeeding she was given a second chance at life.  Giving birth to her first-born baby girl in August 1996 at the tender age of 16; it was at that moment Webster’s life gained true purpose.  She immediately cancelled her plans of dropping out of high school and quickly started a game plan towards graduation.   Webster had already been counted out by many including some teachers, family members, and friends, but she had a praying grandmother that never lost faith in her troubled granddaughter.  In May 1998 right alongside her peers 18 year old Webster received her high school diploma from Madison Central High School.  But GOD!!

Webster’s life experiences of child molestation, sexual abuse, child abuse, parental substance abuse, bullying, depression, attempted suicide, teenage pregnancy, homelessness, failed relationships, self hate, low self esteem, the sudden deaths of her grandmother and aunt, and domestic abuse gave her every reason to strive to be a blessing to others.  Deliverance would serve as her testimony that the impossible can be made possible through Christ.  In 2013, Webster moved to Atlanta, Georgia still pursuing her career in Property Management/Real Estate since 2007.  Despite the pain of her past and other seemingly painful obstacles to her appointed destiny, she persevered and has always remained humble.
In 2014 Webster decided it was time to share her story with the world bringing forward domestic violence awareness nationwide.  She founded LoveYuna Outreach, Inc. a Non-Profit Organization to assist individuals and families who have been affected by domestic violence and/or sexual abuse.  She published her story October 9, 2015 via Facebook exactly nine years from the date of her first encounter with domestic violence.  Webster began saving lives through social media with her story being viewed more than 50,000 times in just a week.


Today, Webster is first a woman of GOD, A mother of 3, Empowerment Speaker, Life Skills Management Trainer, upcoming Author, Radio Talk Show Host, Certified Anger Management Specialist CAMS II,  Certified Family Violence Counselor, Domestic Violence Advocate & Survivor, Founder/CEO of LoveYuna Outreach, Inc. and Georgia Anger Academy,  Webster was also the Founder of The Precious Jewelz Drill Team, Inc that was formed in 2009 originated in Jackson, MS as a Non-Profit Organization encouraging young girls in the community that included her own daughter, through the art of dance and expression. Despite the unending ups and downs, Webster is very pleased with the woman she has become giving credit to GOD, her late grandmother Elizabeth Stigger, and aunt Dorothy L. Stigger.