1h 27 min

Ep. 80 Restorative justice: the sacred act of confronting your rapist outside of the legal system with Marlee Liss‪.‬ Recovering From Reality

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In this week’s episode, I am joined by Marlee Liss, who confronted her rapist through restorative justice. Marlee is a leader in personal healing, a public speaker, and advocate for healing restorative justice. Marlee chose to sit down and confront her rapist through restorative justice, rather than go through with a trial. She is the first to tell you that this method isn’t for everyone, but there is so much to learn from her journey. 

 

In this episode, she shares her extremely profound story and we discuss: overcoming internalized objectification culture holding people accountable and having empathy for them the difference between shame and guilt what it meant for her to hear her rapist take ownership and apologize what it means to reclaim your sexuality how to heal from sexual trauma, and the role of forgiveness in healing teaching our children about sexual abuse creating consent culture through integration  

You can follow Marlee Liss on Instagram at: @marleeliss and visit www.marleeliss.com to learn more.

 

Books mentioned: Until We Reckon by Danielle Sered Kids books: This is My Body, Red Flag Feelings  

Another episode that ties in with today’s topics: Episode 57 with Katie Wilcox

 

You can follow along with us on Instagram:

@recoveringfromreality

@itsalexishaines

@liferesetcourse

 

 

This week's episode is brought to you by: Green Chef: 

 

 

If you or someone you know needs addiction treatment please visit www.alorecovery.com

 

Produced  by Dear Media

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

In this week’s episode, I am joined by Marlee Liss, who confronted her rapist through restorative justice. Marlee is a leader in personal healing, a public speaker, and advocate for healing restorative justice. Marlee chose to sit down and confront her rapist through restorative justice, rather than go through with a trial. She is the first to tell you that this method isn’t for everyone, but there is so much to learn from her journey. 

 

In this episode, she shares her extremely profound story and we discuss: overcoming internalized objectification culture holding people accountable and having empathy for them the difference between shame and guilt what it meant for her to hear her rapist take ownership and apologize what it means to reclaim your sexuality how to heal from sexual trauma, and the role of forgiveness in healing teaching our children about sexual abuse creating consent culture through integration  

You can follow Marlee Liss on Instagram at: @marleeliss and visit www.marleeliss.com to learn more.

 

Books mentioned: Until We Reckon by Danielle Sered Kids books: This is My Body, Red Flag Feelings  

Another episode that ties in with today’s topics: Episode 57 with Katie Wilcox

 

You can follow along with us on Instagram:

@recoveringfromreality

@itsalexishaines

@liferesetcourse

 

 

This week's episode is brought to you by: Green Chef: 

 

 

If you or someone you know needs addiction treatment please visit www.alorecovery.com

 

Produced  by Dear Media

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

1h 27 min

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