Listen to our second Break the Stigma guest, Pam Covarrubias, as she discloses about her journey towards forgiveness with various experiences, including abandonment from her father, a toxic relationship with an ex, her mentality after the break-up from this toxic relationship and sexual assault. She gives her perception on reporting her sexual assault experience. In this segment, Pam also dives into the discrimination during her college years in the Midwest. See the resources below for the sexual assault bilingual hotline.
Trigger Warning: This segment includes Pam's personal experience with sexual assault.
Pam can be found on Instagram: @CafeconPAMpodcast, or @Cobiux. To learn more about Pam’s creations, visit her website: www.spreadideasmovepeople.com
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I want to thank Cynthia Navarro for donating for today’s segment. She has an Etsy store that offers party supplies and gift décor, please check her out at OhSoLivelyStudio. Thank you, Cynthia!
If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault, RAINN (the rape, abuse & incest national network) is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization that has many programs to help survivors and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice.
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