Sharing about what happened helps us heal

Everyone’s talking about Hillary Clinton’s book, What Happened. I love that title because she is declaring that her experience is valid, real, and true.  And, what happened was, a woman was attacked by a man who did not respect truth; who operated out of a need to dominate. And society believed HIM. She says, "Listening to Trump, it almost felt like there was no such thing as truth anymore."

All of us who have gone through abuse understand this experience and have felt the maddening fury that comes with our very reality being denied.

In reading the book, it’s obvious that sharing what happened is immensely healing for her and incredibly useful for us. We can all follow her example and share what happened to us in a safe way.

If you want to start, schedule a free one-hour consultation with me.  I can take you from anger and resentment to peace and happiness.

've shared a few links about What Happened, below.

 

No, Hillary Clinton, the First Woman to Win a Major-Party Presidential Nomination, Does Not Need to Shut Up About It
 

Exactly! No woman has to shut up about her own experiences. In fact, not shutting up is the precise way to fight oppression. 

Read the article in Vogue

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'What Happened': Clinton Calls Trump a 'Creep' in New Book

Hillary Clinton clearly and simply encapsulates what it’s like for all of us: “Do you stay calm, keep smiling and carry on as if he weren’t repeatedly invading your space? Or do you turn, look him in the eye, and say loudly and clearly ‘Back up you creep. Get away from me…”

Read the article in The Declaration

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Defiant Hillary Clinton Still Releasing Book Tuesday, Even Though At Least 10 Men Think She Shouldn’t

Humor is always a great way to bear the searing unfairness of abuse. This is a fun read.

Read the article in Wonkette

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Stop Pretending You Don’t Know Why People Hate Hillary Clinton

This writer gets straight to the point: we are a sick society, driven by misogyny. It's good to remember that we are not crazy and that none of us is alone in our experience.

Read the article in the Huffington Post

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