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As a child, Truthteller Laura Gray was forced to keep a dark and painful secret that she shared only with her doll. Finding the doll in a closet years later provided Laura with the strength and courage to finally share her story: http://womenforone.com/the-little-cloth-secret-keeper/

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Truthteller Alyssa Robbins shares her struggle to make the decision between staying in her hometown to begin her new career and leaving everything behind to be with the love of her life: http://womenforone.com/fear-of-falling/

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Women For One is excited to be featuring stories from WIL Uganda's Teen Voices Programme, a grassroots, community based, female empowerment organization, based in a rural Ugandan town called Busembatia.

When Truthteller Esereda Kisakye's friend dropped out of school, it inspired her to share her story to encourage other girls in Uganda to complete their educations and strive for better lives: http://womenforone.com/the-value-of-an-education-for-young-women-in-uganda/

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Truthteller Sylvia Smith used to think she wanted a romantic, demonstrative partner. But in her marriage of 15 years, she has discovered that the largest gestures of love are often the ones that go easily unnoticed by our society: http://womenforone.com/why-my-husband-is-so-special/

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In this True Talk column, Wf1 Editor and Content Alchemist Nirmala Nataraj answers the question that many truthtellers ask us: “How do I get over the fear of people in my life judging me for writing and sharing my truth?": http://womenforone.com/true-talk-what-happens-when-youre-afraid-of-what-others-will-say/

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In 2013, truthteller Sophia Treyger experienced the worst trauma of her life. This video offers her story of exposing shame, allowing herself to feel everything, asking for help, and forgiving herself on the path to healing: http://womenforone.com/healing-trauma-by-exposing-shame/

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Truthteller Justin Rednour grew up in a violent household. Today, he is working to stop domestic violence by raising awareness through the power of the individual voice and social networking.

Check out Justin's powerful song, and watch him use his voice to speak out against domestic violence: http://womenforone.com/raise-awareness-domestic-violence/

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Truthteller Fizza Abid's poem is a simple observation of what everyone experiences daily: the desire to be aware of the strength we possess, so that we can use our inner powers to shine bright: http://womenforone.com/the-inner-strength-of-my-soul/

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Gender-based violence is a common problem in Uganda. Truthteller Kauma Ruth Mercy shares her story about how a man's abuse changes the lives of his wife and children for the worse: http://womenforone.com/domestic-violence-in-uganda/

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Truthteller Dharaa Patel discusses how Women For One inspired her to start a platform to help others share their stories and inspire one another. She also shares why this platform is so powerful and necessary: http://bit.ly/2tHiWa7
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