This episode originally aired on YouTube. The link mentioned is further down in the description
Did you see the interview Drew Barrymore had with Brooke Shields in which they talked about sexual abuse and exploitation? It is a beautiful example of the healing power of vulnerable conversations.
In today’s episode, I share my thoughts on their recent conversation on The Drew Barrymore Show and what it can mean for all of us as we continue to heal and reduce the shame and stigma of what it means to be a survivor.
If you haven’t seen it yet you can watch it on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/9PfTXPit2Uo
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- Conversations are important in reducing the shame associated with sexual abuse and assault.
- Brooke Shields and Drew Barrymore discussed their experiences with sexual abuse and assault, and how they minimized their experiences.
- Minimizing one's experience is a coping mechanism that makes it hard for victims to recognize that it was abuse or assault.
- Vulnerable conversations help people recognize they are not alone, and it shifts the types of conversations others are willing to have.
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