We forget how resilient we are and how much power we hold
I feel like often, as survivors of sexual abuse, domestic violence, and trauma in general, we forget how resilient we are and how much power we hold; at least for myself, that had become my truth after years of living in survival mode.
We forget that light exists out there and often feel like we’re destitute to live in the dark forever. The dark can feel safe, the shadows of your past become your friends, and we can become really attached to it.
“HANDS” has given me space to intentionally and freely explore what it felt like to confront my self-doubt and demons. I have now stepped into my power as a survivor, someone living with PTSD, and as a woman.