Been There, Learned a Lot, Not Going Back with Jenn Burris - WTF014

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Jen & Kim connected on social media a couple of years ago and have worked together on several photography projects since.

Jen is an incredibly talented Memphis artist! She's a singer, songwriter & performer who had used her art as a form of therapy to work through some personal trauma. She needed a way to get it out and she found that through her music.

In this episode, Jen opens up about her personal experience of being sexually assaulted back in college and the pain of not being believed by the people who are supposed to protect you the most.

Kim & Jen also discuss the "me too" movement, what a real man looks like, and the importance of setting boundaries.

Jen also talks about the joy of being a mom and how growing up with an alcoholic & emotionally abusive mother has shaped her own approach to parenting.

Spoiler alert: Sometimes our parents teach us the valuable lesson of what NOT to do as a parent.

Kim & Jen also discuss all the exciting things on the horizon for Jen including writing lyrics & collaborating with other local artists.

Jen is such a BRAVE woman and this episode is for anyone who has experienced something incredibly painful and has come out on the other side stronger.

Where you have been and where you are going are different places!

You can connect with Jen at:

https://www.instagram.com/jen_vox/

Learn more about Jen's art:

http://thecrownvox.com/

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