#WhyIDidn’tReport: The McDonald’s Incident

Also, if you see a woman who looks uncomfortable, trying to see if she’s OK & give her an escape route is a good idea. I understand this can be an uneasy situation – you don’t know if someone is in trouble until you ask, & you could feel embarrassed by misreading the situation – but the benefits to that person if you’re correct far outweigh your momentary “oops.”

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Like with the “Friendship Breakup” series, over the next few weeks, I’ll be answering commonly asked questions surrounding, specifically, Dr Ford and the entire fiasco that we just watched. 

As this topic is of a sensitive nature, and many of you may have questions or stories you’d like to share or have answered, please feel free to drop a message in my Facebook inbox or DM me on my Instagram, @thingscarlaloves. You do not have to share your story in the comment section (or anywhere else) if you do not feel comfortable. 

As always, there will be a list of helpline services added, if you need help. I strongly urge that you confide in someone you trust in order to help you heal. 

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