Author Honey Badger
A Talented Author
A Wounded Healer who has stepped into her power.
I am a Navy Veteran who is passionate about people knowing the truth about what happens when one is raped in the military and reports this to the chain of command. I am passionate about continuing on my healing path and committed to helping others to heal from Post Traumatic Stress. I am a Nia Brown Belt and Certified Nia Floor Play teacher who teaches my students how to come back into there bodies and to love there life again.
Honey is a Navy Veteran who is a survivor of military sexual trauma. She advocates for survivors of military sexual trauma and Post traumatic Stress Disorder. In this role, she has been involved with trying to get the Military Justice improvement Act, Stop Act and Ruth Moore Act passed. She has been involved with tweeting, calling and emailing Senators and Representatives. Also, she has helped to communicate on social media about Vet's Rising and danced Break the Chain with other survivors.
She has an Associate of Applied Science from Wake Technical Community College. She is a Nia Brown Belt and Certified Nia Floor play teacher. Last year, Honey took part in a project with Warrior Songs. Her book, The Boulders In My Life That Shaped My Journey was turned into a song titled, Broken Free, that was part of Women at War volume 2. She took her song and co created and choreographed a dance routine titled Service with her mentor Lynda Heymen.
She is always interested in hearing from former colleagues, managers, or just interesting creative folk, so feel free to contact her if you'd like to connect.
The Boulders In My Life That Shaped My Journey
January 5, 2015
This book is my personal story of being raped, dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and my journey in healing. It includes my personal journal through the years and how I have been recovering. I wrote this book because I wanted to tell my story and to help others to now that he or she is not alone.
"Well written! Powerful!! Anonymous
"This problem has finally hit the headlines. It is brave women like Honey Badger who help us understand the lifetime of pain that is left when these crimes are committed. We need to hear these hard stories. The conversation must continue. From sex abuse in the churches, to the college campus, to the military sexual abuse and rape must be understood. Not just from a legal angle but what happens to these women and men who work a lifetime to learn to love themselves again, to trust again, to stand in the light and feel no shame." M. Smith
"No words can express or give proper condolences of a failed system. Six times. . .I look at you as a strong woman and survivor. God bless and keep the faith." K. Smith
"People start to heal the moment they feel heard."