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Going public is rarely a survivor’s first choice. When they tell their story, they quickly lose control of the narrative

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“In almost every case, those whose stories are finally published have been driven by a desire to make things easier for those who follow and, in some cases, to protect others.”

People who speak out are invariably courageous, writes Emily Baker.

Going public is rarely a survivor’s first choice. When they tell their story, they quickly lose control of the narrative



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