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This week’s episode deals with really tough subject matter.  The phenomenon of women outing their abusers online is one that we see a lot of and in many ways this episode is looking for the best way to navigate this sometimes treacherous terrain of sharing details of trauma with online communities. Olwethu speaks to lawyer and Associate at Motsoeneng Bill Attorneys, Thokwadi Seabela about the legal pit falls to avoid when naming an alleged abuser; the role the law can play in remedying trauma and injustice; while at the same time unpacking how our judicial system can dissapoint survivors.  She then speaks to psychologist Lufuno Modipa about the emotional and psychological journey back from abuse/trauma/distress.  What are the benefits of telling your story publicly and most importantly: when is the best time to share your story?

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