Our Foremothers Suffered Silently, Passing Down Trauma Through Generations. Here’s How We Break The Cycle.

Like our foremothers, we’re resilient and strong. But we must not internalize our emotions as they did.

May 26, 2020
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AuthorSindhu Rajasekaran

Sindhu Rajasekaran is the author of a novel, Kaleidoscopic Reflections, which was nominated for the Crossword Book Award, and a collection of short stories, So I Let It Be. Her essays, poetry, and fiction have appeared in international publications and anthologies. She has a master’s in creative writing from the University of Edinburgh. Currently, she's a PhD researcher at the University of Strathclyde.