Today we look at secrets, shame and the tangled webs of power that go along with them.
Not much reading at all, brief references to Women Who Run With Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes, but otherwise this all just pulled from my experience.
Ends up with a description of what shame feels like in the body.
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Angela J Williams, PhD, is a writer, illustrator and story teller from Wollongong, Australia.
She is the author of Snakes and Ladders: a memoir and host of the Deboning Power Podcast.
A writer, thinker and yeller, Angela Williams is mildly notorious for seeing problems and pointing them out. She’s tussled with Fred Nile in the Sydney Morning Herald, taken academia to task in the Guardian’s Anonymous Academic, gone to Crikey about the treatment of mentally ill women in prison, and most recently blown the whistle on dangerous risks in her (former) charity workplace. Angela does one thing really well – find problems and yell about them.
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