“When we share our stories, we heal not only ourselves, but others.”
Interviewing truth tellers for the past 10 years and working on her documentary ‘The Truth Teller Project’ has given Kirsty a unique perspective on TRUTH. Capturing emotionally raw and powerful stories from those who have endured some of the worst kinds of sexual abuse, risen up from trauma, overcome addiction and moved forward from shame and stigma, she has seen that there are certain universal principles that each truth teller had to learn to get to a place of acceptance, freedom and healing.
Kirsty’s own journey began as a truth seeker herself, looking for her freedom… she found it when, after almost 2 decades of living with a secret, she bravely shared her TRUTH with the world in a first of it’s kind TEDx talk titled ‘You’re Only as Sick as Your Secrets’. In speaking her truth, she released a ripple of healing into the world.
#MeToo has galvanized the collective in a way that has been surprising to many. The time’s up movement is now elevating truth telling even further and Oprah’s speech at the Golden Globes reminded everyone that TRUTH is a powerful TOOL and that we need to learn how to use it. Kirsty believes that now is the time for truth telling. And she doesn’t just mean big truths around shame, abuse, addiction and trauma to name a few, but the little truths—the daily ones.
- Release years of stress and anxiety which are blocking your success.
- Begin to see things through a new lens.
- Connect with the raw honesty and vulnerability modeled by others.
- Realize that we are not alone. #MeToo
- Be empowered to make a real change in your life.
“She had every person in the room identifying and learning to embrace their individual fears, she was able to help them move to the next level.”
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