WHERE WERE YOU HARASSED?
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Bill Lichtenstein 10 December 2017

Art imitates life.
And sometimes life imitates art.

For those living with the pervasive impact of trauma, life and art can sometimes interact in a powerful way to reconnect one with life, and to permit the processing of experiences that may be too raw or upsetting or difficult with which to deal directly.


An incident can happen anywhere. A physical space (bedroom, street). A geographical spot (Paris, the countryside). Or a part of your body, if you identify that way.

  • college campus
  • bookstore
  • car
  • neighborhood
  • public bathroom
  • internet
  • bedroom
  • doctor's office
  • gym
  • date
  • office kitchen
  • taxi
  • truck
  • library
  • restaurant
  • tunnel
  • nightclub
  • city bus
  • parking lot
  • road
  • classroom
  • playground
  • garage
  • massage
  • therapist's office
  • business meeting
  • swimming pool
  • hallway
  • crib
  • tent
  • phone
  • store
  • school bus
  • motel
  • funeral
  • church
  • airplane
  • art studio

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