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Nice blog Rachel, and very useful
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I watched the PBS special “A Girl’s Life” and I have to say that it was an eye opener for me. When I was 13 years old getting off my school bus I was physically assaulted. I was cut 13 times with a straight razor to my body and face by a 16 year old girl, whom I later discovered had lost her mother at an early age to violence. Though I was a victim, I felt like she was too. I never understood how such violent energy could atract me because I never gave out this type of energy. I was broken. I lost my self esteem and became a confused young girl always asking “why”?. Why did this happen to me? Sometimes I wished I could ask this person why and what they didn’t like about me, then it all might make sense somehow. However, seeing the young Boston girl who stated “she hated this particular group of people and didn’t know why, she just did”. It opened my eyes to see that to become a victim of physical assault and never know why can be confusing. It can leave wounds that open and close for the rest of a person’s life, but to seek such answers from a person who themselves don’t even know “why”, why they hurt you or disliked you. It has to be far more confusing to answer the question.
I’m now 31 years old, and before I saw this special I didn’t know “why”, but the thought of helping young girls who are now where I’ve been, makes sense to me.
Thank you for producing this special. I believe every young girl has a treasure somewhere within them, and it’s people like you who can help them find it.
I am an Education Consultant and Life Coach working exclusively with teen girls and their moms in Los Angeles. I am absolutely thrilled you are doing this!!! It appears to be extremely well produced and will certainly help to shed light on the many challenges adolescent girls face on a daily basis and hopefully help girls and their parents realize there is support out there.
Bravo for you!
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