EP13 Rupture: How Dark Times Can Lead Us to the Light


Rupture: How Dark Times Can Lead Us to the Light

What would you do if you were abducted from a Miami nightclub? How would you feel safe again? What about if you found out you were the other woman...AND he had a wife and kids at home that you'd never heard of before? Would you ever be able to love again?

The short answer is YES. Every human on Earth is faced with dark times; the difference between us is how (and how fast) we choose to turn it around. Explore the Clit Crew's darkest of times and the light they found at the end of the tunnel.

He was mentally abusive. He was sexually abusive...I got over him, but the biggest thing was being able to forigve myself.
— Lindsey


Pussy: A Reclamation by Regena Thomaschauer
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The Sociopath Next Door by Martha Stout
Not just confined to criminals, sociopath behavior affects one in 25 people, in which that person possesses no conscience. Harvard psychologist Stout explains how to recognize and deal with sociopaths who do not possess the ability to feel shame, guilt, or remorse.