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In October 2017, the #MeToo movement, originally started by activist Tarana Burke, became a global phenomenon when actor Alyssa Milano posted a tweet asking survivors of sexual assault to retweet and say “me too,” with the aim of bringing widespread awareness to the cause. 

In October 2017, the #MeToo movement, originally started by activist Tarana Burke, became a global phenomenon when actor Alyssa Milano posted a tweet asking survivors of sexual assault to retweet and say “me too,” with the aim of bringing widespread awareness to the cause.

In October 2017, the #MeToo movement, originally started by activist Tarana Burke, became a global phenomenon when actor Alyssa Milano posted a tweet asking survivors of sexual assault to retweet and say “me too,” with the aim of bringing widespread awareness to the cause. CBS reported that within a week the hashtag was used in 1.7 million tweets.

Calgary is home to four women who have recently, or will very soon, be published authors in the field of personal growth and wellness. Their books cover an array of topics, but they each speak to the personal struggles they have endured through eating disorders, addiction, self-limiting beliefs and more. They have come out the other side with wisdom and hope to share.