By Rachael Maddox
tender is sometimes
letting the steamy windows of
gradually clear back up
no explainingno requiringno demanding
simply resting in the truth
that everything eventually changes
the easiest way to let it
is to open the windows
// when love aches, but there’s no need to blame, and you know how to let pain pass
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Rachael Maddox is a trauma resolution educator, coach and guide who dedicates her days to helping women who've experienced sexual trauma unshame and reclaim their pleasure, power and wholeness. She recently published her first book, SECRET BAD GIRL, where she tells the story of her own unshaming and reclaiming–of her wildness, her sensuality, her shadows and her light. Emerging now on a fierce mission to help as many women as possible who’ve experienced trauma, Rachael offers one-on-one support, courses, and a mastermind for women who are ready to dance hard with life. For fun, Rachael writes songs on her ukulele, swims naked as often as possible, and lays quietly under trees.
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- When Love Aches, But There’s No Need To Blame, And You Know How To Let Pain Pass - September 8, 2016