During A Panic Attack, Ice Can Reset (Or, Why Do the Birds Sing At Midnight?)

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Trigger warning: Content contains sexual assault and abuse.

I was so bold when I began this journey of healing from childhood sexual abuse and assault. Bold and somewhat naive. I may have rushed into the writing about it when I started doing so back in February, just three months ago. I’ve always felt I was running to catch a train…

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CEO, Punt On Point Media, Two Master’s degrees: Communication/Marketing + Directing for Film & TV. I write at the intersection of trauma/mental health/culture.

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Amy Punt

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CEO, Punt On Point Media, Two Master’s degrees: Communication/Marketing + Directing for Film & TV. I write at the intersection of trauma/mental health/culture.

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