In the year 2020, when the world turned upside down, I found myself alone, scared, and at an all-time high of self-sabotage. Much of my personal work had a lot to do with self-acceptance and healing sexual trauma. When the seed of the book was planted in me, I noticed much of my writings came through as poetry. It allowed me to sit uncomfortably courageous in my feelings. To be able to see, connect and give voice to all the feelings I had cracking me open.
For much of the year, I resisted because it was just too much. I decided the best way to grow through all of what was showing up was through therapy. In the beginning, I met my therapist twice a week virtually. I found myself revisiting stories that I thought I healed. I knew the only way to get to the other side of the breakthrough was to be
willing to sit honestly in what broke me. What I discover is the power of my vulnerability. Everything that was revealing itself needed me and I needed the wisdom for my transformation.