On today's episode, Sarene chats with Sadie Mayhew. Sadie is a fellow professional writer (we met in NYU's Master's in Professional Writing program), and emotional abuse survivor.
Although Sadie will be the first to tell you how hard it can be to come forward, she also believes in the importance of storytelling and story-sharing after an emotionally abusive relationship.
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“Domestic Violence: A Biographical Essay,” by Sadie Mayhew
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Music credit: "Solo Acoustic Guitar" by Jason Shaw, available through freemusicarchive.org.