If watching the news is hard today, you are not alone.
On Thursday, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding Ford’s allegation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her 35 years ago.
While this hearing is important, it can be hard to watch, especially if you’re a sexual assault survivor. If you’re feeling emotional, raw or triggered right now, we want you to know that support is out there. If listening to Ford or Kavanaugh’s testimony is triggering, turn it off, log out of social media and contact someone you trust.
We’re sending hugs to anyone struggling today, and want you to remember these seven things if this news has been difficult for you.
We’re here for you. We believe you, and we’re happy you’re part of our community.
If you need support right now, here are some resources you can turn to:
Take care of yourselves today,
While we cannot offer you a real or ghost hug, we can offer you an ear. We are hear to listen if you want to talk. Please call us at 513-939-0300 for an appointment today. You don't have to carry it all on your own.