Wf1 TRUTHTELLER

Anonymous

Many Wf1 Truthtellers choose to tell their stories without their names attached. Some are stepping out with their truths for the scary first time. Some stories involve other people who need to be respected. In any case, we support and admire the courage it takes to share and connect with our Women For One community, anonymously or otherwise.

Expat Living Redefined

This Truthteller shares her story of how her toddler has redefined her expat life by allowing her access to spaces that enrich her life...

Change Isn’t the End; It’s the Beginning

This story is about new beginnings and finding a deeper sense of love in the world.

Staying One Step Ahead

Staying One Step Ahead: C.A. Fabros shares her story about how being a single mother in a busy world has helped her to reprioritize...

Don’t Expect to Be Loved Back

In this story, the young Truthteller shares her story about first love and asks: What do you expect from the other person you love?...

5 Years from Now, Will I Remember how Angry I am Today?

Too often, we waste our lives and time arguing over things that don't matter on a grand scale. Call it being bull-headed, stubborn, or...

The Wedding Ring is Off. Now What?

There is nothing to help us prepare for how difficult divorce or separation will be before so many of us embark on the journey....

If She Knew Better

Reading this Truthteller’s story, I can’t help but be struck by how much shame women and girls still face when it comes to our...

The Untold Life of Girls

This is a powerful story, and one that anyone who has daughters or who has ever felt the shame or guilt that comes with...

Let’s Start Talking

More and more often, we are hearing about rape culture in the military. As women become more commonplace in all branches of the armed...

I’m Not Okay Yet and That’s Okay

This anonymous Truthteller was raped in March of this year and eventually reported it after her attacker continued to contact her. Now, she has...

Depression: A Duet

This anonymous Truthteller shares depression as she danced with it individually, and as a couple—mother and child. It was a waltz that lasted for...

A Voice to Heal

When your past catches up with you, how you deal with it determines whether you can let go and move on from it. Truthteller...