WWE: For The Hero In All Of Us #WWEMoms #Hero


WWE For The Hero In All Of US

There’s something special in all of us. WWE wants to celebrate the Hero not only in their Superstars, but the Hero within YOU or someone you know.  We can all think of someone who we consider a Hero and many reasons why they are to us.  WWE wants to hear your stories, hear why that person is a hero, maybe its you, why are you a hero?  Why is your favorite WWE Superstar your hero?

WWE wants to show everyone how great their company is by showing off not only their Superstars but also their audience members and their lives and families by showing their commitment to give back.

My hero? My mother, for overcoming her past and using it as a turning point in her life, and a commitment to help others who have been abused as children. She’s my hero for her work with child abuse, as well as her work with the special needs children she deals with daily in the school system.

Who is your WWE Hero? Who in your life is your personal hero? Share with the entire WWE Universe by sharing your story with @WWE using #Hero.

I have been compensated for this post as I participate in the WWEmoms campaign – all opinions expressed here are my own.
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April 20, 2016 – 8:49 PM - | Posted in #WWEMoms, WWE | 1 Comment »

One Comment to “WWE: For The Hero In All Of Us #WWEMoms #Hero”

  1. Mary Graziano Says:

    Wow!!! Gina, my darling daughter, you just brought tears to my eyes. Thank you for telling everyone I am your hero…I don’t feel like a hero. I am just a survivor, who has spoken out.
    My hero, are all who have come forward in sharing their stories about their abuse, not keeping it hidden any longer. For so long it has been a subject of “taboo.” We need to come forward, we, the adult survivors of abuse need to let children know that we are there for them, so that they too will come forward, but not as adults, as children, to be able to break free from the horrors of abuse.. ..Children are so vulnerable, afraid. Silent victims. No longer will I stay quiet. No longer will I let it eat away at me. I am free. Able to speak openly about abuse, my abuse. I’m sorry that my children had to find out what kind of grandparents I was raised by. But I am not ashamed of what happened to me, because I know it wasn’t my fault, and to every child who has been abused, I tell you with my sincere heartfelt love that you are NEVER at fault..The fault is always that of your abuser. My poetry/prose/videos/about abuse, comes from my heart. If it reaches one child, one adult, then I know I have succeeded in setting out what I wanted to..
    The special needs children I work with.. The too are my hero’s. Seeing them smile, laughing, learning. It fills my heart with love because I know I have made a difference in their lives over the past 25 years. As I soon retire, I will miss their smiling faces, and will never forget them.

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