“Emily was not afraid to make mistakes. The more she made, the richer her life became. For in the culture of fear that surrounded her, every mistake was an opportunity to love herself even more. It was so counter-intuitive for anyone else, or most everyone else, but for Emily, it was just the most expansive feeling!”
Truth Be Told graduate Debra Broussard is going into her 10th year of freedom clean and sober. Since being released from prison, Debra has been a great supporter of Truth […]
Kay Rosenkranz is a graduate of the Truth Be Told Let’s Get Real program and a current member of the Keep on Talking program, where women who have been released […]
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On September 11, Truth Be Told held a workshop/presentation at the 2013 Vision Summit: Looking Toward the Future of Re-Entry, hosted by Travis County Sheriff’s Office. Truth Be Told’s workshop […]