Too often women are silenced and ignored. INWUD’s blog aims to create space for women to express themselves, to be heard and acknowledged. It is a platform to share life stories, views, experiences and to inspire each other to reclaim what is rightfully ours: our rights and freedoms to be who we are.
My name is Rita
Nyambura and this is my Recovery story.MY case was
different since I was mistreated and malnourished by my maternal grandmother.
My name is Charne Roberts , I’m so happy to be alive today, and so blessed to have three beautiful sons. But let me tell you how I nearly seized to exist.
My name is Marina, I am here to tell you the history of how Cannabis changed the course of my life. I grew up in a rural and remote area called Colonia Aurora.
My name is Natalie Jacobs, and this is my experience as a substance user, this will tell you where I was and where I am now.
Without safe spaces women who use drugs can talk to other women about sexual trauma, I’m not sure I would be alive today.
I am a drug user. An illicit drug user. Admitting it takes courage, even to myself. You see, I live in a predominantly Catholic country, a very conservative one at that.
Diminished sense of self, dependency, deteriorating health, and delipidated contact with reality –