Fortunately for Bullock, the 2014 break-in happened to take place the night her son was staying with his nanny.
"After living through so much trauma and experiencing so much love, I finally understand that this holiday can mean what we want it to mean. We get to decide."
"I almost dropped out of graduate school three times. But I didn’t. One thing that kept me going was something I’d learned from 'Reading Rainbow.'"
"As a child, you practiced hiding in your attic for when the rapist comes back, because you’ve always been sure he would come back. He said so."
"I spent 70 days in two different hospitals ... But it wasn’t until after I returned home that I truly discovered how being hit by a subway was going to change my life."
"Every time tank top season arrives, I not only get a bit self-conscious, but also depressed."
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"I told myself I drank too much or I dressed too sexy or my flirting sent the wrong message or I didn't fight back, but none of it justifies what happened to me."
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"I support you and you are valid," the school massacre survivor wrote to the congresswoman. "There are many more of us that support you than don’t."
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"Survivors are rarely centered in discussions about American criminal justice and violence prevention. We should be."
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