It’s true. I’m opening myself up to the world. Sharing the nitty-gritty, dirty details of my life.
I’m voicing my experiences via podcasts. Telling the world I was raped, did drugs, got involved in prostitution, etc., and how I moved on by talking about my life with others.
Talking is therapeutic. Seriously, it is.
So far, I’ve done three. Two have been published. I don’t know what happened to the one I did with Gloria from Superwoman Success. I haven’t been able to get ahold of her. And she’s not contacted me again. Something must’ve happened to her. (I hope she’s okay!)
Please listen to at least one of them, and share this post, please.
The message I want to pass on is this:
Talk about what happened to you. Tell someone. It’s okay. You need to do this in order to heal. It’s important.
But, more importantly, I want to help others heal.
Too many of us are in pain.
Don’t you agree?
Author: Lorraine Reguly
Lorraine Reguly, BA/BEd, is an author. She is also an English teacher-turned-freelancer for hire, and offers 4 different services on Wording Well: writing (including blogging and ghostwriting); editing; and mentoring. She also helps others become published authors! Check out her services and see what she can do for you to help you!