A highlight from Recovering From the Trauma of Sexual Assault and Regaining Control of Your Life with Brittany Piper

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Hey guys i'm whitney port and this is with with a lot of you may know me from reality. Tv and the reality is a lot's happened since the hills with wit is dedicated to having real raw and occasionally ridiculous conversations with the people who have had a profound impact on me life changing moment life changing people because on with webbed very little is off limits. Today i'm sharing my conversation. I had with britain piper. Britney is an amazing woman. She's an international activist speaker and healing coach cultivating three hundred plus program spending ten years and three continents. Her work has been recognized by the. Us army the clinton foundation cosmopolitan usa today and so many more. She is a rape survivor and leading national expert and advocate on sexual violence prevention and recovery speaking to tens of thousands of audience members each year. She is also a forensic neurobiology expert conducting dozens of trauma informed trainings and programs with the united states army and sex crimes detectives annually. She is the founder and creator of the functional breakthrough method a one on one coaching and healing program that supports survivors of trauma in the comments below. You'll see some resources for anyone dealing with this issue. Here is britney really so happy to be talking to you. Just because i have never really explored this space on my podcast before a really on on my social in general i am a very vulnerable person on my social media and think it's super super valuable and important to like leverage. Obviously the community that we have to shed light on these important issues. That are really like what we should be. Focusing on like the hearing of this kind of stuff. So i'm really thrilled to have you to share your story. It's obviously. I was talking to anne our brand director now like i'm sorta nervous to have this conversation like i feel like i don't know exactly all the right things to say or the right questions to ask but i feel like that's really what you're here for to lake kennedy stigmatize the conversation and make it a comfortable thing for people to talk about. Yeah so yeah you know. I think that that's when i come into these conversations. Everyone's always a little nervous. Because it's like how the heck did we even talk about such a hard and heavy topic and so a lot of the goal for me at least in having these conversations on bigger platforms is just normalizing it and letting people recognize that just because we haven't experienced it doesn't mean we can't talk about it. So i'm i'm super conversational back and forth chatting. Two girlfriends is kind of how i like to do my things so here i am much are laid back and it's funny because people i think they take like my bio or my resume and like she's going to be really serious and i'm like wow like i'm super laid back so right okay. Cool yeah my goal for this. Conversation is to educate my listeners. And let those who have experienced sexual assault know that they are not alone. Obviously and i. And i think that this is more more like luckily because of social media i think and the ability for communities to come together and like support one another. Hopefully people are feeling more more supported. Yeah but i think it would be important for everyone to just hear like your personal story as much as you're comfortable sharing and how got you to this place to become like an advocate and to help people not feel so alone. Yeah yeah. I think. I think that's a great place to start. I think when you put a face to it he can resonate. People can relate with set. You know because. I'm just like your average everyday girl and i think

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