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Mish Speaks Truth


1.      Who’s Mish Truth?

Mish (pronounced Meesh) Truth is a young woman who is in the process of obtaining a graduate degree in Clinical Social Work. She has a passion for educating and encouraging women and girls in many areas of life.

2.      What is the blog about?

The blog will cover topics of things that women go experience in their lives. These topics include, but are in no way limited to, the following

v  Mental Health

v  Relationships

v  Self-Esteem

v  Trauma

v  Sexuality


3.      When will posts be posted?

Posts will be posted on the blog, social media and YouTube (eventually). Each topic will be given a specified length of time. The topic will kick off with a blog post and YouTube video. During the specified length of time, there will be daily social media posts and YouTube clips that may go deeper into various angles of that topic.


To see the schedule: Click Here


4.      Where else can I follow?

v  Facebook / Instagram: @Mish.Speaks.Truth

v  Twitter / Tumblr: @MishSpeaksTruth

v  YouTube Channel: TBA


5.      Why was this blog started?

Mish Speaks Truth started as an outlet to speak about many of the wrongs against women and minorities in general . It really took off during the #MeToo Movement and then was really active during the midterm elections.


The purpose is to keep women educated about topics and movements that affect them.


The mission is to empower women to stand up for themselves and other women; encourage them by reminding them of their strength and beauty; and to be a voice and support as they triumph over all of life’s hurdles.


6.      How can I contact Mish (The Blogger)?

If you have any suggestions, questions, comments or concerns, you can send an email to Please put in the subject box, one of the following:


v  If you have a question you want answered on the blog. The question will be posted anonymously along with an answer

v  If you have questions about the blog or Mish


v  If you have a topic suggestion for Mish to cover.


v  If you have a complaint about a specific topic or section

o   As politically correct and socially sensitive as I try to be, I am human and sometimes I may make a mistake. If I say anything that offends you, hurts you, or triggers you (without putting a trigger warning) please feel free to let me know so that I can correct my mistake and prevent it in the future.

                                                                           – Mish Truth


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