A Letter to My Daughter, From Your Trauma-Recovering Momma

Originally published on the Huffington Post on November 23, 2015 By Dawn Daum. I worry that at times you are feeling the brunt of my childhood trauma, because you have now become my teacher; your love and existence my lessons. Is that normal for every parent? I don’t know, and…

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END HUMAN TRAFFICKING? THIS COLLECTION AIMS TO DO IT.

Originally published on Bunch.com on November 16, 2015 By Christine Longoria. “I used to live across the street from a brothel.” That is how this story begins, but certainly not how it ends. Christine Longoria recounts the inspiration for her collection of handmade leather goods and jewelry and of course…

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Trigger Points Contributor: Christina Baird

Originally published on Trigger Points Anthology on November 22, 2015 By Christina Baird. Introducing Trigger Points Contributor Christina Baird, author of Breaking My Shell. 1. What was the most surprising thing about becoming a parent? I was surprised to find out that I could be responsible. That I could handle…

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My Sorry-in-a-Sack Story in Trigger Points Anthology

Originally published on Wilson Writes on November 18, 2015 By Kelly Wilson. I am really happy to be a part of this community of survivors of childhood sexual abuse and writers who have grown up to be parents, and I am proud that one of my essays made it into…

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